2015: Reading Challenges – Fiction

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RMFAO 2015 Genre Challenge

Alrighty then, this year I shall be participating in the Australian Women Writer’s Challenge, which is read and review 10 books by an Australian writer who is also a woman, and RMFAO (Read My Friggen Arse Off) 2015 Genre Challenge, which is read and review 12 books (over the year) from a supplied list of genres. As with all challenges, I chose to read 10 and 12 respectively, however other readers can chose to read and review more or less, it’s entirely up to the reader.

Australian Women Writer’s Challenge Sign Up Page
Australian Women Writer’s Challenge Goodreads Group
The Reading BudRMFAO 2015 Genre Challenge blog-post
The RMFAO Goodreads Group

My AWW Challenge Book-list:
01. Ashling by Isobelle Carmody
02. The Keeping Place by Isobelle Carmody
03. Wavesong by Isobelle Carmody
04. The Stone Key by Isobelle Carmody
05. The Sending by Isobelle Carmdoy
06. The High Lord by Trudi Canavan
07. The Tailor’s Girl by Fiona McInTosh
08. Sapphire Skies by Belinda Alexandra
09. Dollhouse by Anya Allyn
10. Destiny Kills by Keri Arthur

My RMFAO Genre Challenge Book-list:
01. January (Science Fiction): Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Phillip K Dick
02. February (Crime/Mystery): The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith
03. March (Romance): The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
04. April (Young Adult): Howl’s Moving Castle by Dianne Wynne Jones
05. May (Classics/Literary): The Art Of War by Sun Tzu (I do not care how popular she is, I am not reading Jane Austin)
06. June (Non-Fiction): I shall pick from one my many writing books for this one
07. July (Dystopian/Apocalyptic): Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman
08. August (Contemporary): Cross Stitch (Outlander 1) by Diana Gabaldon (I know I am going to regret this)
09. September (Humour): Yes Please by Amy Poehler
10. October (Horror): The Kult by Shaun Jeffrey
11. November (Historical): Wildthorn by Jane Eagland or The Chatelaine by Claire Lorrimer
12. December (Adventure/Fantasy): The Moorehawke Trilogy by Celine Kiernan

Sign up if you want to and let me know in the comments section which book you’re looking forward to reading this year.

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