Saturday, March 01, 2008

50 TBR Challenge : Jan / Feb

In one of my Yahoo reading group, members participates in a challenge call 50 Challenge Books. Our goal was to see if we can read and reach 50 books by the end of the year. So at the end of each months we post a list of books that we have read. We wrote down the titles of the book, the authors name, a tidbit (or reviews) about each books and grade them. It is challenge to our self to see how many books can we read by the end of the year. Some get pass the 50 books and then proceed to continue to read until they reach 100 or just see what numbers they land on. It is lot of fun, cause it help members to find "new to me authors" and learn who have common taste in books that you do. Or just talk about your favorite authors and books. I think we been doing this for 4yrs running now (maybe longer than that? Darla do tell)

Below, is the list of books I read in January and February (click each titles book to read my reviews). Because I forgot to post my January, I'm posting it along with the February books. This month of February, I have read 5 books, but since January I have read totals of 9 books. I'm slowly getting to my reading, but it always nice to slowly devour and take my times with the books of my favorite instead of just rushing it :)

P.S. My good friend Darla (please click name to see her blog) is the list owner of that group and she is participating in 50 Challenge Books as well. I think the idea came from her. Please visit her blog and see her book reviews. :)

Click the book titles below, to read my reviews

Books Read in January
1. Blood Brothers by Nora Roberts
2. Feel the Heat by Kathryn Shay
3. The Man Who Loved Christmas by Kathryn Shay
4. Creating in Death by JDRobb

Books Read in February
5. Winter Edge by Anne Stuart
6. Chasing Stanley by Deirdre Martin
7. Get A Clue by Jill Shalvis
8. Code of Honor by Kathryn Shay
9. Moving Target by Cheyenne McCray


Veggiemomof2 said...

JD Robb is the next author I wanna delve into when I'm looking for something new to read.

Alice Teh said...

Happy reading, Julia!!