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2014 Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge

MONTHLY KEY WORDS:

JAN- Angel, Secret, Clock, Black, Day, Wild
Not one read in January. Maybe I can catch up?!
BLACK: India BLACK and the Gentleman Thief - Carol K. Carr, read in April

FEB- Her, Life, Night, Red, Dark, Island
Not one read in February. I really suck at this....
NIGHT: A Gate of NIGHT - Bella Forrest, read in April

MAR- Forever, Inside, Storm, Sky, Flower, Stay 
Not one read in March... ugh.
FOREVER: The Warlord Wants Forever - Kresley Cole, read in September

APR- Star, Light, Never, Princess, Break, Clear
Not one read in April. I need a new hobby....
LIGHT: India Black in the City of Light - Carol K. Carr. read in June

MAY- Dawn, Death, End, Lost, Beautiful, And
None read in May. I quit. No, no I don't.
BEAUTIFUL: Beautiful - Amy Reed, read in December

JUN- Color, Beyond, Found, Place, Grave, Road
None read in June either... where's my luck gone?!
BEYOND: Beyond the Pale: Anthology read in August

JUL- Crash, Ship, Prince, Whisper, Sun, Of
Finally got one at the right time!!

AUG- Forgotten, Down, True, Run, Danger, Me
None read in August. Hit me with a book now.
DOWN: Upside DOWN In The Middle Of Nowhere - Julie T. Lamana - read in December

SEP- Number, Take, Shadow, Ice, Who, After
Didn't get any for this month. :-(
WHO: The Extraordinary Journey of the Fair Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe - Romain Puértolas read in November

OCT- Ocean, Blood, Still, Out, The, Fate
Got another at the right time! Woohoo!
The Last Temptation - Neil Gaiman

NOV- Into, Sound, Blue, House, My, Last
Didn't get any for this month but made up for another.

DEC- Kiss, Fire, Ruin, White, Promise, Infinity


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Looking forward to having fun with this one! Won't you join me?

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  1. It does sound like fun and I'll definitely try to do the upcoming challenge.

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