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I rarely do reading challenges because as it’s just hard to find time to read, and I tend to read in fits and starts. I may read nothing for months and then spend the week in bed with the flu, blasting my way through a dozen books. My time is limited, but really, the best thing for an author is to read outside of our comfort zone, it’s a great way for our craft to grow. We absorb new technique, structure, and language by reading a variety of authors. So imma try. Who knows? You can get more info (and how to enter to win the big box o’ prizes) on the Books Make Me Happy Blog, but here’s the quicky category list.
- January – Comedy
- February – NON Paranormal Romance
- March – Science
- April – Poetry
- May – History
- June – Self Help/Personal Growth
- July – Kids Book
- August – Biography
- September – M/M, F/F, or Menage Romance
- October – Fairy Tales / Mythology
- November – Holiday
- December – Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
- January – Let’s Pretend This Never Happened – Jenny Lawson (aka The Bloggess)
- February – On the Island – Tracey Garvis Graves
- March – TBD
- April – TBD
- May – TDB
- June – TBD
- July – I suppose it would be cheating to just choose one of my preschooler’s books and call it good, so I’m thinking maybe something in the Captain Underpants vein? Dunno.
- August – I’d Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had – Tony Danza
- September – This is TBD–if I were a big old cheater I’d put down Lover at Last and call it good, or maybe something by Mary Calmes whose writing I already know I love, or Megan Hart who I also enjoy and who often has a little bit of threesome action in her books. If I’m actually going to be reading outside of my comfort zone I should maybe choose an f/f romance, I think I’ve read maybe one all the way through, ever. Anyone has suggestions, I’m open. 🙂
- October – TBD
- November – Secret Santa Baby – Robin Covington (if I don’t break down and read it sooner)
- December – Prince of Shadows – Tes Hilaire (The sequel to her just-released Deliver Me from Temptation. I’m pretty sure it’s due out in December of 2013.)
There we go! What do you think you’re going to read? Think you can go the distance? Can I? Any of my readers who finish the challenge, email me at the end of the year, there’ll be something fun from me in it for ya.