Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Themed Reading Challenge 2009




February 1, 2009 - July 31, 2009

The main link for the challenge could be found here..

The Themed Reading Challenge is a six month challenge designed to help readers clear books from their to-be-read stacks which center around a common theme or themes. Here are the “rules”:
Rules..

1. Books should be chosen from the reader’s TBR pile (this may be an actual physical pile or a virtual pile).

2. The goal is to read 4 to 6 books linked by theme.

3. Overlaps with other challenges are allowed.

4. Readers may change their list of books at any time.

5. Readers may choose three different levels of participation:

6. Read at least 4 books with the same theme.

7. Read at least 5 books that share at least TWO themes.

8. Read at least 6 books that share MORE than two themes.
Themes can be geographic, genre, author, subject matter, or anything in between! Last year’s themes were wonderfully creative and varied and included such things as: books about books, books set in New England, books with a color in the title, books about vampires, books with the word ‘lady’ in the title, Gothic classics, fairy tales retold for adults, highschool classics, Asian culture, feathered friends, WWII, Canada, books in translation, and Beverly Cleary. There were many others I have not listed here!

The only thing limiting your choices is your imagination - so have fun!


Books about Vampires :)

Tunnels Of Blood by Darren Shan
All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris
Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione
Out Of The Box (The Edge Series #1) by Kallysten
Desire Unchained by Larissa Ione
From Dead To Worse by Charlaine Harris
Out Of The Box (The Edge Series #2) by Kallysten
Vampire Nights by G.A. Hauser

4 comments:

Wendy said...

Glad to see you joining the challenge - hope it will be fun for you!

DeSeRt RoSe said...

Thank you Wendy, I'm glad I joined and I'm sure it will be fun :)

J.G. said...

If you're in the market for themes, I had too many ideas to use and posted them for anyone who might like to read them:

http://www.hotchpotcafe.blogspot.com/

It will be fun to read along with everyone!

DeSeRt RoSe said...

J.G., thanks for the tip I'm sure to check it out :)