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2012 Challenges: What did I read?

I did various challenges during this year.  Today I'm going back into my reading year to see what I have achieved toward my reading infinite list.

This Challenge is hosted at Red House Books.  The goal is to see how many books from Netgalley we can read in a year.  It is a way to keep your reading current and active.  I read and reviewed 17 books. Level green!

House of Night: Legacy by P.C. Cast
Emerald City by Alicia k. Leppert
On The Day I Die by Candace Fleming
Peculiars by Maureen Doyle McQuerry
Swipe by Evan Angler
Revealing Eden by Victoria Foyt
What I Didn't Say by Keary Taylor
They're Coming! by Timothy Young
The Dark Night Trilogy: Screens and Storyboards by Christopher Nolan
Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life by Brian Lee O'Malley
Lester's Dreadful Sweaters by K. G. Campbell
Change The World Before Bedtime by Mark Kimball
Glitter Kiss by Adrianne Ambrose
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Denise Mina
Cookie The Walker by Chris Walker
Cadaver: A Bitter Sweet Love Story by Jonah Ansell
The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

Reading with Tequila

This challenge is hosted at Reading with Tequila and it is a great way to keep your reading going.  I read four books and all of them I really enjoyed.  Next Year,  I plan on doing this challenge again.

For this challenge I read :
Glass Houses by Rachel Caine (pending review)
Matched by Ally Condie
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater 
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
Sorry!1 book short for Level 1 :(



  1. I'm generally not very good with challenges - I don't tend to sign up for many. I mainly do the Goodreads challenge on how many books I want to read that year. However, this year I'm branching out and trying a couple other fun ones - including a yahtzee book challenge. Congrats on your 2012 challenges! I hope you have a fabulous new year and best your goals of 2012! :)

    1. A Yahtzee book Challenge? Who is hosting that, sounds fun.

  2. Wow you did really well with the challenges!

    1. This year I am going bigger with the challenges. :~)


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