Cozy Mystery Challenge

I’ve been trying to plan my reading for the summer, and decided to pick out a few challenges to use as guidelines in addition to my list from January.

One of my goals was to get through a lot of the unread titles on my shelves, especially several mysteries series I’ve lost track of or not gotten around to starting. As a result, however, the Cozy Mystery Challenge seemed a perfect fit.

The Cozy Mystery Challenge

hosted by Kris, at Not Enough Books

1. The challenge runs April 1st, 2010 through September 30, 2010.
2. The goal is to read at least 6 cozy mysteries, one for each month.  You can choose to read more, but you must read 6 in order to complete this challenge. You don’t have to read 1 each month, you can read them whenever you like, you just have to read at least six.
3. While you can overlap with other challenges, please try to have at least 2 of the books only count towards this challenge.
4. Prizes you ask?  Everyone loves a prize! Everyone who completes this challenge will get a bookmark made by yours truly (even if I don’t mail them in a timely manner – I will mail them.)
5. Sign-up using the dedicated form.  The form can be found in another post or here’s a direct link.  While it would be great if you signed up before April 1st, last year I had several people who wanted to join but didn’t learn about the challenge until after it had started. Therefore you can sign up anytime between now and September 1st.

I’m not setting a list, but contenders include the Death on Demand series by Carolyn Hart (how many times have I said that?), Ann Purser’s Lois Meade mysteries, Teashop and Scrapbooking mysteries by Laura Childs (I’m several behind in both), and books by Agatha Christie and Georgette Heyer.

Published in: on June 28, 2010 at 3:21 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. […] Death on Demand mystery series a couple years ago, and have been planning to read them ever since. Unfortunately, my small paperbacks are three rows deep alphabetically, and anything not in the […]

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