Your goal: 7 to 38 books, depending on your level
Duration: January 1 – December 31, 2015 (Honestly, I originally designed this to be an open-ended challenge that would take however long you need to complete it. So if December rolls around and we’re still not done, we could roll it over into next year.)
– This challenge is divided into four parts. You may choose to do all parts or only one, two or three parts.
– The books may be from any genre, unless specified otherwise in a category.
– Re-reads are allowed as are books used for other challenges.
– You may post your list up front or as you go and you may make changes as you go.
Choose your level:
Fingerpaint – Any one part
Watercolour – Any two parts
Acrylic – Any three parts
Oil – All four parts
PART ONE ~ 7 books
Roy G. Biv is an acronym for the order of colours in a rainbow. For each letter, read a book in which the title, series name, or author’s name (first or last) begins with that letter
R: Stephanie Rowe – Darkness Arisen (Order of the Blade #6)
O: Olivia Hardin – Trolling for Trouble
Y: Samantha Young – Drip Drop Teardrop
G: Teresa Gabelman – Duncan (The Protectors #3)
B: Lexi Blake – Steal the Light (Thieves #1)
I: Ilona Andrews – Of Swine and Roses
V: Victoria Danann – My Familiar Stranger (Knights of Black Swan #1)
Have you read any of the above books? I decided to focus on the name of the authors in this part and as always you can see my reviews on Goodreads, some I really liked and some not as much but I love the idea of challenges as they make you source books that you may miss if left to your own devises, a favourite author, book or series could be just around the corner…..
I will post more as I complete each section with the tag/label #ReadingRainbowYearlyChallenge2015 to make it easier for you to find the relevant posts – part 2 is all about the colours of the front covers….