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2014 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge

For full rules and challenge details visit The Book Vixen


I am currently still doing this challenge for 2013. I can tell you I am going to fail.  I should read more than 150 books, but I am only just over 100. That will be alright for me to re-challenge myself in 2014! Won't you join me in outdoing yourself?

PS I choose level: I’m on fire! – Read 16+ more books

*I read 120 books in 2013, so I need to aim for 136+ in 2014!*

1. Once Upon A Winter's Heart - Melody Carlson
2. Mayhem - Sarah Pinborough
3. Flowers In The Attic - V.C. Andrews
4. Step-by-Step Bread
5. CelebraTORI - Tori Spelling
6. The Unwelcomed Child - V.C Andrews
7. Step-By-Step Cakes
8. The One Year Book of Amish Peace - Tricia Goyer
9. Pantomime - Laura Lam
10. A Blaze of Sun - Bella Forrest
11. Please Be With Me - Galadrielle Allman
12. A Story of Easter and All Of Us - Roma Downey & Mark Burnett
13. Cinder - Marissa Meyer
14. Falling - E. Van Lowe
15. The Spindlers - Lauren Oliver
16. The Kissing Bridge - Tricia Goyer
17. The Collector of Dying Breaths - M.J. Rose
18. A Gate of Night - Bella Forrest
19. Six Sisters STUFF: 52 Menu Plans, Recipes and Ideas
20. The Queen's Handmaid - Tracy L. Higley
21. Fortune Cookie - Josi S. Kilpack
22. Secrets in the Attic - V.C. Andrews
23. India Black and the Gentleman Thief - Carol K. Carr
24. Spun - Catherine McKenzie
25. Mediterranean Cookbook
26. Darklight - Leonard H. Roller
27. A Bridge Unbroken - Cathy Bryant
28. The Shadow Prince - Stacey O'Neale
29. Mom's Night Out - Tricia Goyer
30. Mom's Night Out - Kerri Pomarolli
31. The Program - Suzanne Young
32. That Night - Chevy Stevens
33. Remember The Time: Protecting Michael Jackson
34. Avenge Me - Maisey Yates
35. Scandalize Me - Caitlin Crews
36. Expose Me - Kate Hewitt
37. Petals On The Wind - V.C. Andrews
38. Scarlet - Marissa Meyer
39. Plain Faith - Ora-Jay & Irene Eash w/ Tricia Goyer
40. The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
41. The Eternity Cure - Julie Kagawa
42. An Amish Garden: Anthology
43. Beyond the Pale: Anthology
44. Cress - Marissa Meyer
45. Daughter of Darkness - V.C. Andrews
46. Feral - Holly Schindler
47. The Warlord Wants Forever - Kresley Cole
48. Night Terror - Jeff Gunhus
49. Whatever Doesn't Kill You - Elizabeth Wennick
50. Seriously, I'm Kidding - Ellen DeGeneres
51. 365 Style - Nicky Hilton
52. The Forever Song - Julie Kagawa
53. While The Gods Were Sleeping - Elizabeth Enslin
54. The Last Temptation - Neil Gaiman
55. While Treetops Glisten - Tricia Goyer, Cara Putnam & Sarah Sundin
56. Idiot's Guide to Slow Cooker Cooking
57. 12 Days Of Christmas Six Sisters Stuff
58. Gideon Lee - Lisa Orchard
59. The Meat Cookbook
60. Amy & Roger's Epic Detour - Morgan Matson
61. The Tucci Table - Stanley Tucci & Felicity Blunt
62. Crewel - Gennifer Albin
63. Fairy Tale Christmas - Michael McLean & Scott McLean
64. Hunting In Bruges - E.J. Stevens
65. Singing to a Bulldog - Anson Williams
66. The Warhol Gang - Peter Darbyshire
67. The Gurkha's Daughter - Prajwal Parajuly
68. The Swallow - Charis Cotter\
69. The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe - Romain Puértolas
70. Passing Through Perfect - Bette Lee Crosby
71. The Penguin Book of Witches - Katherine Howe
72. Beautiful - Amy Reed
73. Balanced - Tricia Goyer
74. Joni Mitchell In Her Own Words - Malka Marom
75. The Young Elites - Marie Lu
76. An Amish Second Christmas - Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, Ruth Reid & Tricia Goyer
77. High Witch - Mona Hanna
78. The Raven Boys - Maggie Stiefvater
79. Tomboy - Liz Prince
80. Upside Down In The Middle Of Nowhere - Julie T. Lamana
81. Far and Near On Days Like These - Neil Peart

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  1. I need to get back into reading and book blogs! I'll join in the challenge!

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