Annual Reading Challenge 2019

Cogswel_Cogs

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Feb 5, 2005
Welcome all to the 2019 Disboards Reading Challenge.
All are welcome throughout the year.
Just let us know how many books you are trying to read for the year.

Aladar2004 3/?
allenfane 0/10
BadgerGirl84 2/10
bobbiwuz 57/75
Calliemar 45/50
Cogswel_Cogs 9/30
Colleen27 84/130
Couchy 5/35
Christine 0/25
Designmom 21/24
Disney_Alli 38/50
dolewhipdreams 830
erinlynn2020 ?/100
FlightlessDuck 8/20
Jeniferdwn 12/20
Kaytieeldr 0/25
KevM 37/52
Kirby 34/50
luvmarypopins 22/30
mini22 25/30
mmouse37 29/30
NJLauren 3/24
OKW8297 26/12
PigletsPal2 6/TBD
rIGS32 60/50
Soldier's*Sweetie 0
scrhsa 11/10
sjrec 16/50
Simba's Mom 39/56
Swimnoid 54/83
tazdez3225 40/60
TexasBae 23/115
Tiggerbaby 59/90
Tiggerish 72/104
tinkerbellandeey 9/56
tinkerdorabelle 5/20
tzeital 4/24
virge 48/50
Willowsnn3 43/50

Top Read Books

The Great Alone Hannah 3
The Knowledge Grimes 3
Crazy Rich Asians Kwan 3
Close to Home Dugoni 2
The Forgotten Hours Schumann 2
The Address Davis 2
Heaven's Crooked Finger Early 2
The Light Within Me: An Inspirational Memoir Earhardt 2

Top Read Authors
Pratt Scott 8
Kenyon Sherrilyn 6
Kwan Kevin 5
Dugoni Robert 3
Hannah Kristin 3
Roberts Nora 3
Grimes Martha 3
Breene K.F. 3
Patterson James 3
Yancy Rick 3
Robb J.D. 2
Moser Nancy 2
Earhardt Ainsley 2
Chapman Julia 2
Early Hank 2
Lindgren Astrid 2
Evanovich Janet 2
Davis Fiona 2
Forman Gayle 2
Robbins Alexabdra 2
Schumann Katrin 2
Cameron Bruce 2
Slaughter Karin 2
Warren Elizabeth 2
Bradley Alan 2
Bowen Rhys 2
 
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KevM

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Apr 5, 2018
Thanks for doing this again @Cogswel_Cogs.

While I was very happy to hit my goal last year, it took up a lot of time. I’m looking to get some free time back this year, so my initial goal is to read 52 books this year.
 
  • willowsnn3

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    Mar 1, 2009
    Thank you!

    I passed my goal of 50 last year but think I will still keep it at 50 for 2019.
    01. Close to Home by Robert Dugoni
    02. Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter
    03. The Address by Fiona Davis
    04. Heaven's Crooked Finger by Hank Early
    05. The Light Within Me: An Inspirational Memoir by Ainsley Earhardt
    06. The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter
    07. Crazyhouse by James Patterson
    08. Don't Believe It by Charlie Donlea
    09. Lamentation by Joe Clifford
    10. The Armored Saint by Myke Cole
    11. The Last Mile by David Baldacci
    12. Unshakable by Rick Warren
    13. A Thin Dark Line by Tami Hoag
    14. "J" is for Judgment by Sue Grafton
    15. The Boy by Tami Hoag
    16. "K" is for Killer by Sue Grafton
    17. "L" is for Lawless by Sue Grafton
    18. The Extra Large Medium by Helen Slavin
    19. Where Are You Now? by Mary Higgins Clark
    20. The Widow by Carla Neggers
    21. Never Tell by Lisa Gardner
    22. The Fix by David Baldacci
    23. The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz
    24. Watching You by Lisa Jewell
    25. Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
    26. A Gathering of Secrets by Linda Castillo
    27. The Fallen by David Baldacci
    28. M is for Malice by Sue Grafton
    29. The Old Man and the Wasteland by Nick Cole
    30. The Savage Boy by Nick Cole
    31. The Road Is A River by Nick Cole
    32. The Farm by Joanne Ramos
    33. Carry Me Down by M.J. Hyland
    34. The Enemy by Charlie Higson
    35. The Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly
    36. The Heavens by Sandra Newman
    37. Redemption by David Baldacci
    38. N is for Noose by Sue Grafton
    39. WiZrD by Steve Zell
    40. The Good Children by Kate Wilhelm
    41. Run Away by Harlan Coben
    42. The Life She Was Given by Ellen Marie Wiseman
    43. Hush by Kate White
    44. The Invited by Jennifer McMahon
    45. "O" is for Outlaw by Sue Grafton
    46. News of the World by Paulette Jiles
    47. P is for Peril by Sue Grafton
    48. The Dead Don't Dance by Charles Martin
    49. Death Qualified by Kate Wilhelm
    50. A Steep Price by Robert Dugoni
    51. The Case Manager by Latoya Chandler
    52. The Chain by Adrian McKinty
    53. The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
    54. The Penny by Joyce Meyer & Deborah Bedford
     
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    disneychrista

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    Dec 26, 2002
    My goal this year is 30. It is down from last years goal & last years total. But my reading time will be cut down this year so...30 it is.

    And my first book of 2019 is Leverage in Death by JD Robb. I am finally caught up on this series so I am going to have to move on to other books. So I will be looking to this thread for ideas.
     

    Swimnoid

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    May 28, 2003
    Put me down for 83. That's pushing it but I'll give it a try. And the first two are...

    1. Serafina and the Twisted Staff by Robert Beatty
    Young Adult, fantasy based at Biltmore in Asheville, NC in 1899. Enjoyed

    2. The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
    Law students pulling one over on the system. Enjoyed
     
  • scrhsa

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    Apr 14, 2014
    I'm in. Last year I set a modest goal of 10. I'm gonna bump it up to another modest 15 :) But I am going to throw in a few extra challenges for my self.

    Read a book I own but haven't read yet. ( Hunchback of Notre Dame--we'll see about this one:))
    Read a book published the year I was born. (The Black Cauldron or Gentle Ben)
    Read a classic romance. (Might be tough, I've read a lot already)
    Read 1st book by a famous author.( I'm looking at you Neil Gaiman)
    Read a non-fiction
    Read a book made into a movie. (Psycho, if I can find it)
    Read a novelization from a movie. (Alien)
    Re-read a favorite from childhood/youth.(Eight Cousins)

    I have a few others but they are the basics: mysteries, sci-fi, biography etc.

    My dd did say to read a book by an author I don't like and/or on a subject I don't like. This would be tough because If I'm not interested I don't think I could finish
     

    tazdev3225

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    Apr 2, 2008
    I'm in. I am trying to pick a number as I already have 5 books read since the New Year started. I think I will aim for 60 this year.

    To get started I found a new author on my Kindle Unlimited - Scott Pratt. I read book 1 in the series the last week of December so will not count that.

    1 In Good Faith by Scott Pratt (Book 2 in the Joe Dillard series)

    2 Injustice for All by Scott Pratt (Book 3 in the Joe Dillard series)

    3 Reasonable Fear by Scott Pratt (Book 4 in the Joe Dillard series)

    4 Conflict of Interest by Scott Pratt (Book 5 in the Joe Dillard series)

    5 Blood Money by Scott Pratt (Book 6 in the Joe Dillard series)

    They all follow a lawyer, Joe Dillard, in Tennessee. I am reading one a night so should be done the series in a couple of days.
     
  • OKW8297

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    Apr 13, 2017
    I’ve watched these threads for years and I’m taking the plunge....I’m in! I’m going to have a modest goal of 12. I finished Voyager in the Outlander series this week but read half in 2018. Not sure if I should count it. These books are long and reading time is short.....so modest goal it is! Thank you for this thread!
     

    willowsnn3

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    Mar 1, 2009
    I don’t want to commit to the challenge because I’m really busy with school, but I am still reading in my spare time. Do you guys mind if I share what I’ve read? I’ve gotten so many good recommendations from these threads, I’d like to pay it forward.
    Please do share. I think from the prior challenge that we have read some of the same books.
     

    Christine

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    Joined
    Aug 31, 1999
    I'm in. Last year I set a modest goal of 10. I'm gonna bump it up to another modest 15 :) But I am going to throw in a few extra challenges for my self.

    Read a book I own but haven't read yet. ( Hunchback of Notre Dame--we'll see about this one:))
    Read a book published the year I was born. (The Black Cauldron or Gentle Ben)
    Read a classic romance. (Might be tough, I've read a lot already)
    Read 1st book by a famous author.( I'm looking at you Neil Gaiman)
    Read a non-fiction
    Read a book made into a movie. (Psycho, if I can find it)
    Read a novelization from a movie. (Alien)
    Re-read a favorite from childhood/youth.(Eight Cousins)

    I have a few others but they are the basics: mysteries, sci-fi, biography etc.

    My dd did say to read a book by an author I don't like and/or on a subject I don't like. This would be tough because If I'm not interested I don't think I could finish
    What a great idea!!
     

    Kirby

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    Apr 7, 2000
    I'm going to join in at 50 books. I'm in a book club so I can guarantee at least 11 books if I haven't already read them.

    I like your book ideas scrhsa, I think that I'm going to look up one that was written the year I was born.

    Book 1 - Wrapped in Rain by Charles Martin, genre Inspirational. I don't know where I picked this book up but I enjoyed reading it.
     


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