Sunday, January 3, 2010

Christian Historical Fiction Challenge


This wonderful challenge is hosted by Margaret and is one that I know I will really enjoy! Here are the rules, per Margaret's sign-up post:

The goal is to read and promote Christian Historical Fiction by reading at least 24 titles. That is two per month, but anyone who wants to commit to more or less is welcome to join in on the fun. Anyone can join. You do not need a blog to participate. I have started a CHF Ning to promote discussions as well.

2. Audio, Re-reads, eBooks, and other formats are all allowed. As long as the book can by purchased it counts.

3. Feel free to list a proposed lists of TBR (to-be-reads) but you can also list them as you go.

4. Duplicates from other reading challenges can also count.

5. Challenge begins January 3rd through December 31st. Books started before count. *wink*

My list will be updated here. I'm still working on which books to include, as I'm trying to use the ones that I have already to complete this challenge.

  1. The Blue Enchantress by M.L. Tyndall
  2. A Song for Silas by Lori Wick
  3. A Place Called Home by Lori Wick
  4. A Bride in the Bargain by Deanne Gist
  5. Dawn's Prelude by Tracie Peterson
  6. Look to the East by Maureen Lang
  7. Beloved Counterfeit by Kathleen Y'barbo
  8. Beloved Captive by Kathleen Y'barbo
  9. The Measure of a Lady by Deanne Gist
  10. Remembered by Tamera Alexander
  11. Revealed by Tamera Alexander
  12. Rekindled by Tamera Alexander
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7 comments:

  1. MJ @ Creative MadnessJanuary 3, 2010 at 2:56 PM

    My goodness! I've read all of those!! All great titles and authors. :) Wanna do a guest post for the CHF blog stating "Why CHF?"

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  2. Welcome to the Young Adult Reading Challenge. This is going to be a fun reading year.


    Happy New Year!!

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  3. Sure MJ!!! When would you like it to be done? I start back to work tomorrow but could work it into my schedule this week if you want it soon! :) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  4. Thanks J. Kaye! This is the first time I've committed to so many challenges but I look forward to it! I hope I find some really super new books to read (hopefully most are already on my shelf and I can clean out for some new ones!)

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  5. You've got some great books picked out there, Julie! :o) Anything you choose to read by Deeanne Gist is well worth your time. She's one of my faves!

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  6. Love Lori Wick and Deanne Gist! YOu'll like those books alot.

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  7. How are you doing?


    I've updated the CHF Reading Challenge post and finally moved over the linkies if you want to link up your reviews for others to see. I know I'm behind. I'm sorry. :)
    2010 Christian Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

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