2009: Challenges – 1st in a Series Challenge

2010 1st in a Series The 1st in a Series Challenge, formerly hosted by J.Kaye and now hosted by Royal Reviews, is all about exploring new series. Here are the guidelines:

  • Anyone can join. You don’t need a blog to participate. –Non-Bloggers: Include your information in the comment section.
  • There are four levels:
    • Curious – Read 3 novels that are first in a series.
    • Fascinated – Read 6 novels that are first in a series.
    • Addicted – Read 12 novels that are first in a series.
    • Obsessed – Read 20 novels that are first in a series.
  • Any genre counts.
  • You can list your books in advance or just put them in a wrap up post. If you list them, feel free to change them as the mood takes you.
  • Challenge begins January 1st thru December, 2010. Only books started on January 1st count towards this challenge.
  • When you sign up under Mr. Linky, put the direct link to the post about the 1st in a Series Challenge. Include the URL so that other participants can find join in and read your reviews and post.

Sign up is at Royal Reviews! My list will be below — I’m choosing the Addicted option:

last updated 11/30/10

  1. Shogun – James Clavell
  2. Night Fire – Catherine Coulter
  3. Heat Wave – Richard Castle
  4. Shakespeare’s Landlord – Charlaine Harris
  5. Desert Heat – J.A. Jance
  6. Murder at the Vicarage – Agatha Christie
  7. Beneath a Blood Red Moon – Shannon Drake
  8. Metro Girl – Janet Evanovich
  9. Catering to Nobody – Diane Mott Davidson
  10. Stalking Susan – Julie Kramer
  11. Baltimore Blues – Laura Lippman
  12. Morrigan’s Cross – Nora Roberts

2 thoughts on “2009: Challenges – 1st in a Series Challenge

  • December 7, 2009 at 10:45 am

    How many challenges have you signed up for? Good luck!

    • December 7, 2009 at 10:54 am

      There’s more to come! And I starred 3 or 4 more in Google Reader last night.


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