Friday, December 19, 2014


not sure when the conversation  got started but I know it took place, don’t  ask me with who lol! anyways I was thinking about re-reading some of my classics like Tess of The D'Urbervilles, Little Women you love to read? does a good challenge inspire, get you motivated  to read? I came across  a few interesting  ones this morning, whether you choose one or more I think  they all work well with each other, the library one would be good to find books for the Alphabet challenge, the Woman challenge works with all  that are written by women Authors, beginning to see how they all work well with each other? so check them out, see if there’s one or more you’d like to join in on

alphabet 2015

It’s an alphabet challenge!!! The challenge is to read one book that has a title starting with every letter of the alphabet.

You can drop the A’s and The’s from the book titles as shown below. For those pesky Q, X AND Z titles the word with the challenge letter can be anywhere in the title.

The 2015 Re-Read Challenge


How You Participate

1. Re-read some books!
2. In the first week of each month, we will post a re-read recap on Belle of the Literati and So Obsessed With that includes a linky that will be open all month. Write a post detailing what you re-read the last month, and add the direct link to our linky to be entered in our giveaways.
3. If you write any re-read reviews (it's totally optional!), add those to the monthly linky for additional entries (one per post) in our giveways.
4. If you miss a monthly post, just link up your reviews and/or recap in the linky during the next month.


WHEN I First Read

WHAT I Remember

WHY I Wanted to Re-Read

HOW I Felt After Re-Reading


  • choose a level - you may move up as needed, just not down.
  • read books you checked out of the library
  • books may overlap with other challenges
  • any format allowed (print, ebook, audio)
  • reviews are not necessary but a list of books read is. (post with review linky is coming in January)
  • a blog is not necessary, just comment that you want to join in or link up another way


  • board book - 3
  • picture book - 6
  • early reader - 9
  • chapter book - 12
  • middle grades - 18
  • Young adult - 24
  • adult - 36
  • just insert IV - 50

This challenge will make us want to read more books of any kind written by women, so choose whatever you like and get involved!
Set your level


Level 1: BABY GIRL - read 5 books written by a woman author
Level 2: GIRLS POWER - read 6 to 15 books written by a woman author
Level 3: SUPER GIRL - read 16 to 20 books written by a woman author
Level 4: WONDER WOMAN - read 20+ books written by a woman author

this is so me lol!

so true!

Books are treasures - agree!..and writing.  Awesome!

ha!ha! have you ever done this?

Haha I do this all the time

Especially when it is the last book in a great series!


Michelle F said...

These look like some good challenges.
I have joined in on challenges before and they can be fun.
Thank you for this list.

Merry Christmas and Happy Reading!

Peek-a-booK! said...

Welcome to the Women Challenge and HAPPY READING!