What can I say? I love a good challenge. I hope to have completed about eighteen challenges in 2010, although I did fail a number of others. As I've written before, I sign up for challenges for the fun, no guilt allowed.
So here are some more I'm taking on in 2011.
Global Challenge, hosted by Dorte H. I have one more book to finish up for this year, but I have hopes of finishing earlier next year. The challenge has a great new category, which will let me use a fictional world for one of the categories. I'm in for easy level. Visit the dedicated blog for information and sign-up.
YA Historical Fiction, hosted by
War through the Generations, hosted by Anna and Serena. I have never signed up for this one, but I cannot resist the Civil War theme. I'm going for the wade level and will likely be watching a movie or two. Visit the dedicated blog for more.
Criminal Plots, hosted by Jen F. This is a brand new challenge and looks like a lot of fun. The challenge is to read six books, each of which fits a particular category (new to you author, book to movie, first in series, and so on). This looks like fun. For all the categories, see the dedicated blog.
Graphic Novels hosted this year by Vasilly. This will be my third year for the GN challenge, and I'm really looking forward to it. I'm going for the intermediate level. Visit the dedicated blog for more information.
Nordic Challenge, hosted by Zee. The idea here is to read books written by a Nordic author or set in a Nordic country. Can't wait to get reading and this will be my excuse to finally finish the Millennium Trilogy. I'm signing up at the Freya level. For more, see the sign-up post.
South Asian Challenge, hosted by Swapna. I've already mentioned my intention to take on this challenge, but the official sign-up post is now up. I'm going for the the wanderer level.
Believe it or not, I still haven't signed up for as many 2011 challenges as I finished in 2010. So I figure I still have room for a few more.