Challenges and Projects

On this page I will be keeping track of my progress in any 2019 reading challenges and events I decide to participate in. For details of challenges completed in the years 2009-2018 see my Completed Challenges page.

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Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2019

Hosted by Passages to the Past.

Books read:

1. Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield
2. The House on Half Moon Street by Alex Reeve
3. The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco (re-read)
4. Blood & Sugar by Laura Shepherd-Robinson
5. Bodies of Light by Sarah Moss
6. Elizabeth, Captive Princess by Margaret Irwin
7. The She-Wolf by Maurice Druon
8. A King Under Siege by Mercedes Rochelle
9. Beauvallet by Georgette Heyer
10. The Western Wind by Samantha Harvey
11. The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins
12. The Mark of the Horse Lord by Rosemary Sutcliff
13. Casanova and the Faceless Woman by Olivier Barde-Cabucon
14. The Mark of the Horse Lord by Rosemary Sutcliff
15. Cashelmara by Susan Howatch
16. The Alchemist of Lost Souls by Mary Lawrence
17. Sprig Muslin by Georgette Heyer
18. Things in Jars by Jess Kidd
19. The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter
20. After the Party by Cressida Connolly
21. The Adventurers by Jane Aiken Hodge
22. The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
23. The Woman in the Lake by Nicola Cornick
24. The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea
25. The House of Hardie by Anne Melville
26. The Devil’s Slave by Tracy Borman
27. Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver
28. The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor
29. The Butcher’s Daughter by Victoria Glendinning
30. The Way to the Lantern by Audrey Erskine Lindop

One thought on “Challenges and Projects

  1. Lee J Tyler says:

    I adore your blog and have contemplated putting my closed sign permanently on my wordpress.org site and just reading. I’m reading Nom de Plume currently (Carmela Ciuraru) and it is no slouch at all. Very in-depth look at the lives of each author and the reasons never thought of for our craft that we should consider, even as writers, but do not. I have a whole library of books and am too busy to update my Goodreads account; otherwise, I would display it on my page. I like how you have laid this page out, dear and am going to follow your blog. (I’m on WordPress.com as well only spend my time tinkering with code over at org 😉 sigh…) Lovely job. I would sign up for the challenge, but the list of books that I must review is frightfully long and are all in the present time. ;( Best! Lee

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