2009: Challenges – Second Reading Challenge

2010 2nd challenge The 2nd Reading Challenge, formerly hosted by J.Kaye and now hosted by Royal Reviews, is all about seconds — either the second time you read an author, or the second book in a 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 2nd in a series or second time you’ve read the author.
    • Fascinated – Read 6 that are 2nd in a series or second time you’ve read the author.
    • Addicted – Read 12 novels that are 2nd in a series or second time you’ve read the author.
    • Obsessed – Read 20 novels 2nd in a series or second time you’ve read the author.
  • 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 by January 1st count towards this challenge.
  • When you sign up under Mr. Linky, put the direct link to the post about the 2nd Reading 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 Obsessed option:

last updated 12/29/10

  1. Tongue in Chic – Christina Dodd   
  2. Forbidden Falls – Robyn Carr   
  3. Already Dead – Charlie Huston 
  4. The Seventh Commandment – Lawrence Sanders   
  5. Rest in Pieces – Rita Mae Brown 
  6. So Much For That – Lionel Shriver   
  7. Strawberry Shortcake Murder – Joanne Fluke 
  8. Horns – Joe Hill   
  9. The Anniversary ManR.J. Ellory   
  10. The Black Ice – Michael Connelly 
  11. Heat Lightning – John Sandford   
  12. Abandon – Carla Neggers 
  13. Don’t Look Down – Jennifer Crusie & Bob Mayer  
  14. You Suck – Christopher Moore 
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