Read-a-Thon Best of Challenge

I haven’t participated in enough mini-challenges so I’m giving this one a shot.

 I’m supposed to choose 3 categories and give you my picks from my reading year. 

Best Mystery Book of Your Reading Year – Without a doubt it’s Still Life by Louise Penny.  I have A Fatal Grace, the second in the series as possibility for read-a-thon reading but I’ll probably stick to shorter books.

Best Setting of Your Reading Year – Loved the Scotland setting of The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley.  Loved the book too so it’s a win-win.

Best Author of Your Reading Year – This goes to Beth Hoffman. Her second book, Looking for Me, was another winner and she is a regular commenter here on the blog (thank you) and a wonderful and warm woman in person. I was lucky to be able to see her speak during her book tour. Love her.

There are more categories but I want to get back to reading 🙂

 

6 thoughts on “Read-a-Thon Best of Challenge

  1. midnightbookgirl says:

    lol, I’ve only done the first mini-challenge, but I really wanted to concentrate on cheering so here goes:

    You’re reading all day,
    reading all night,
    I’ve got to say,
    It’s a wonderful sight!
    Rah-Rah-Readathon!

    #TeamPanda

    Kate@MidnightBookGirl

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