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An Ultimate Reading Challenge has come up with an "Ultimate Reading Challenge" for 2015. It offers 50 suggested types of books to read during the year, such as a book your mom loves and a book you were supposed to read in school but didn't.  Here's the link to the challenge.

Since I can already check one book off the list, methinks I shall take up the challege.

A review of the book? Sure, I'll write one. Stay tuned.

Here's the challenge list:


  1. Susie,

    What a great picture! I'd love to be able to illustrate my own posts. I suppose I could but my pictures wouldn't look as good as yours.

    I'm also working my way through a book list at the moment: 50 Must Read Australian Novels. I'm enjoying the challenge. It's good to have a goal. I'm actually finishing a lot of books. I'm not usually very good at doing that.

    I could easily do the last item on your list - a book you started but never finished. Actually I could read 50 or more books in that category alone!

    I look forward to your book review. Will we get a review for every book you read? I hope so!

    1. The picture is one I did back in April when I discovered that I could draw. Your pictures would look as good as the ones you draw, Sue!

      We'll see how I do with this challenge. 2011 was the last time I did any. I deleted the page so there would be no evidence that I did not complete it by a long shot! I may be able to find most, if not all, the books for this challenge from my piles up and down the hallway. Some are even left over from that last challenge.

  2. Oh wow! Good for you!! I will enjoy reading your reviews especially on the one that got bad reviews

    1. hahaha. Finding a book that was reviewed poorly is going to be interesting.

  3. I wonder if there's just ONE book that encompasses all these things!

    1. I bet there is a trilogy that may cover it all. Clever is the person who finds it.


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