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2013 Women Challenge


Rules:

* Anyone can join;
* You do not need a blog to participate: if you are a non-blogger please leave a comment with a link (if you review elsewhere) to your review or with the list of the books you read and the level you choose;
* Audio, e-books, bound books and re-reads are okay;
* Create a sign up post on your blog and post the link in the Linky below (please scroll down, it's at the end of the Italian translation);
* Challenge goes from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013



I'm choosing to go big. I'm gonna go for Level 4 : WONDER WOMAN - read 16 + books written by a woman author. Wish me luck!



Completed Challenge March 30, 2013

17. The House at the End of Hope Street - Menna van Praag
18. Pilgrimage of Promise - Cathy Bryant
19. Evidence of Life - Barbara Taylor Sissel
20. Always Watching - Chevy Stevens
21. Duchess - Susan May Warren
22. A Shade of Blood - Bella Forrest
23. Running Away To Home - Jennifer Wilson
24. The Promise Box - Tricia Goyer
25. Unremembered - Jessica Brody
26. Impostor - Susanne Winnacker
27. Last Train To Omaha - Ann Whitely-Gillen
28. The Fallen Prince - Shea Berkley
29. I, Spy - Jordan McCollum
30. Linked - Imogen Howsen
31. Chameleon - Kelly Oram
32. A Castle of Sand - Bella Forrest
33. Two-way Street - Lauren Barnholdt
34. How My Summer Went Up In Flames - Jennifer Salvato Doktorski
35. Ghost Light - E.J Stevens
36. Dirty Little Secret - Jennifer Echols
37. On My Knees - Periel Aschenbrand
38. What The Spell - Brittany Geragotelis
39. OCD Love Story - Corey Ann Haydu
40. Off The Clock - Kenzie Michaels
41. Poison Princess - Kresley Cole
42. Three Little Words - Susan Mallery
43. The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden - Jessica Sorensen
44. The Redemption of Callie & Kayden - Jessica Sorensen
45. What Really Happened in Peru - Cassandra Clare
46. The Silent Summer of Kyle McGinley - Jan Andrews
47. Burn For Burn - Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian
48. A Natural History of Dragons - Marie Brennan
49. A Christmas Gift for Rose - Tricia Goyer
50. Rocky Rocad - Josi S. Kilpack
51. The Iron Traitor - Julie Kagawa
52. Dangerous Girls - Abigail Haas
53. A Christmas Carol - Michele Gorman
54. Fury - Elizabeth Miles
55. The Girl Who Ruled Fairyland--For A Little While - Cathrynne M. Valente
56. The Romney Family Table Cookbook - Ann Romney
57. The Star Attraction - Alison Sweeney
58. Little Shepherd - Cheryl C. Malandrinos
59. Shadow - Amanda Sun
60. Hidden - Catherine McKenzie
61. Forbidden Sister - V.C. Andrews
62. Ink - Amanda Sun
63. A Shadow of Light - Bella Forrest
64. Haven - Kristi Cook
65. Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe - Jenny Colgan
66. The List Lover's Guide to Jane Austen - Joan Strasbaugh
67. The Panopticon - Jenni Fagan
68. Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold Cookbook

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  1. Thanks for participating!!!
    I’m glad you joined in the fun in the “Women Challenge”, good luck!

    Valentina
    http://www.peekabook.it

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