Alaine over at Royal Reviews is hosting the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge. I'm in for the Addicted level, which means 12 books in 2010. I'm looking forward to this challenge because I feel that I've gotten away from historical fiction, which is one of my favorite genres.
Swapna from S. Krishna's Books and Jen from Devourer of Books are hosting the Debutante Ball Reading Challenge. There are two parts to the challenge, and I'm joining both. Jen is hosting the Current Debs Challenge, for which I'm committing to 1 book. Swapna is hosting the Previous Debs Challenge, for which I'm committing to 2 books. I'm excited about discovering and supporting these new authors.
Swapna from S. Krishna's Books is hosting the South Asian Authors Challenge. I'm committing to 3 books for this challenge. I absolutely love a South Asian setting, and some of my favorite books when I was a child had ties to India. This challenge will bring me back to a great setting and will give me a chance to read some new-to-me authors.
I know of 2 other challenges that I plan to sign up for, but they haven't yet been announced (hint, hint, Amy). Unless something totally irresistible comes along, I think I'm done with my 2010 challenges. I'm in 6 challenges that were started in 2009 but don't end until at least spring 2010. I also plan on finishing up two challenges (the A-Z Authors and A-Z Titles) in my own time, even though they officially end on December 31, 2009. I'm so close to finishing them, that I'm just going to stick with the challenges for my own fun.