February Reading Challenge Recap


So, how did you guys do? I admit, this was a much more difficult month for me, mostly because I was still finishing up the last of the Harry Potter books and I had eight–count them, eight–books to judge for RWA’s RITA Awards. Fortunately, Deathly Hallows fulfills this month’s challenge of reading your bookshelf as well. Here’s a list of what I read this month so far:

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling
  • Chasing Slow, Erin Loechner
  • 8 unnamed RITA books (not allowed to say which)

Which books did you read that you already owned? Which would you recommend to others?

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  1. Suzanne Sellner says:

    After finishing As Bright as Heaven and Brunch at Bittersweet Cafe, both of which I LOVED!, I have begun reading The Lady and the Lionheart, which qualifies for the February book challenge since I already owned it. I’ve also listened to about 4 books on CD this month.

  2. Carol Gehringer says:

    For the challenge, I read: A DARING VENTURE by Elizabeth Camden (so I could read the new one: A DESPERATE HOPE). Also read IMAGINE: THE FALL OF JERICHO by Mat Koceich (a children’s book), and
    HELLO UNIVERSE by Erin Entrada Kelly (last year’s Newbery winner).

  3. Deborah Hart says:

    In February I’ve listened to the audiobook version of junior novel ‘See You in the Cosmos’ by Jack Cheng, which is fantastic in audio; ‘Gideon’s Gift’, ‘Maggie’s Miracle,’ ‘Sarah’s Song, ‘’The Bridge’ and ‘The Chance’ by Karen Kingsbury; ‘The Saturday Night Supper Club’ and ‘Brunch at Bittersweet Cafe’, by guess who?! (Which I really loved). And ‘The Undoing of Saint Silvanus’ by Beth Moore (a novel).Most of the books I read are in audiobook form as it’s easier for me to listen while I’m commuting to and from work, gardening, cleaning, or in bed before sleep.

  4. Chanel Monroe says:

    I’ve been keeping up with the challenge. In January, I read The Magician’s Nephew by C.S. Lewis. In February, I read The Cupcake Dilemma (so cute!).

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