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Elissa Kane Challenge:

  1. Takes place in your state
  2. You loved as a child
  3. Is a classic you never read
  4. Takes place in your favorite time period
  5. Was published the year you were born
  6. Is in a genre you don’t normally read
  7. Has a great cover
  8. You own but have never read  – Bittersweet: A Novel by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
  9. Has won an award (specify award)
  10. You checked out from the library – The Bookseller by Mark Pryor (currently reading)
  11. Takes place during your favorite season
  12. Has been challenged or banned
  13. Inspires you to make a novel playlist (include the playlist) – Billy Joel by Fred Schruers
  14. You think you will dislike or has bad reviews
  15. You can finish in a day – Choose Your Adventure: Beyond Escape! by R.A. Montgomery
  16. Has been made into a movie or TV show

2015 Genre Challenge (1980s mystery, sci-fi, horror, fantasy):

  • 1980 – Rage of Angels by Sidney Sheldon (Mystery)
  • 1981 – If There Be Thorns by VC Andrews (Horror)
  • 1982 – A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton (Mystery)
  • 1983 – The Witches by Roald Dahl (Fantasy)
  • 1984 – The Last Starfighter by Alan Dean Foster (Sci-Fi)
  • 1985 – The Castle in the Attic by Elizabeth Winthrop (Fantasy)
  • 1986 – Chain Letter by Christopher Pike (Horror)
  • 1987 – Swept Away: Pirate Moon by Eileen Goudge (Sci-Fi)
  • 1988 – Cabal by Clive Barker (Horror)
  • 1989 – Nancy Drew: The Broken Anchor by Carolyn Keene (Mystery)

Non-Fiction Challenge:

  1. Writing the Fiction Series: The Complete Guide for Novels and Novellas by Karen S. Wiesner
  2. Southern Rooms II: The Timeless Beauty of the American South by Shannon Howard
  3. The Suitcase Series: Vol. 2 Dottie Angel by Dottie Angel
  4. Billy Joel by Fred Schruers
  5. Novel Interiors by Lisa Borgnes Giramonti (currently reading)

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