Sunday, December 3, 2017

Craving for Cozies 2018 Reading Challenge - Sign Up


You all know I love my cozies. So, I'm definitely up for another year of the Craving for Cozies Reading Challenge. This one is hosted by Lori at Escape with DollyCas Into A Good Book.

Here's the details...



The challenge runs from January 1, 2018, and ends December 31, 2018

Rules

1. Choose the level of which you would like to participate:

Levels

Peckish – 1 – 10 Cozy Mysteries
Famished – 11 – 30 Cozy Mysteries
Yearning – 31 – 50 Cozy Mysteries
Starving – 51 – 75 Cozy Mysteries
Ravenous – 76 – 100 Cozy Mysteries
Voracious – 101 – 125 Cozy Mysteries
Completely Satiated – 126 – 150 Cozy Mysteries
Overindulged – 151 – 200 Cozy Mysteries
Pigged Out – 201 or more Cozy Mysteries

2. You can Feed Your Need To Read with print, digital or audio books.

3. You do not have to post a review but the authors would appreciate it if you did. If you need help just let me know.

4. You do not need to have a blog to participate. If you do have a blog, take the button above, put it on your blog and post about the challenge.

5. Join the Craving for Cozies Facebook Group here and share your progress with everyone. I will host some pop-up giveaways here too.

6. Follow Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book for cozy giveaways and reviews.

7. You can keep track any way you wish. You can even set up a special shelf on Goodreads.com to help you keep track! It is super easy, Just click the MY BOOKS tab at the top of the page. When that page opens just click – ADD A SHELF in the left-hand sidebar. Title it Craving for Cozies Challenge and you are all set.

8. No matter how you enter or keep track when you complete this challenge please FILL OUT THIS FORM no later than January 15, 2019.

9. HAVE FUN!!

I'm once again going with the Famished level and plan to read in the 11-30 range of books . I will list them here...

1.  Hummus and Homicide by Tina Kashian (Click here for review.)

2.  Chocolate Tiramisu Murder by Susan Gillard (Click here for review.)

3,  Hairball Hijinks by Nancy J. Cohen (Click here for review.)

4.  Single Malt Murder by Melinda Mullet (Click here for review.)

5.  Burglars & Blintzes by Morgan C. Talbot (Click here for review.)

6.  Purrder She Wrote by Cate Conte (Click here for review.)

7.  Midnight Snacks Are Murder by Libby Klein (Click here for review.)

8.  Penny Harmon Investigates by Lee Hollis (Click here for review.)

9.  Tail of the Dragon by Connie di Marco (Click here for review.)

10.  Four Funerals and Maybe A Wedding (Click here for review.)

11.  Stabbed in the Baklava by Tina Kashian (Click here for review.)

12.  Murder, She Reported by Peg Cochran (Click here for review.)

13.  A Deadly Brew by Lynn Cahoon (Click here for review.)

14.  Read and Gone by Allison Brook (Click here for review.)

15.  Die Me a River by Denise Swanson (Click here for my review.)

16.  A Killing in Kenya by Susan Harper (Click here for my review.)

17.  Deadly Dram by Melinda Mullet (Click here for my review.)

18.  Murder at Macbeth by Susan Harper (Click here for my review.)

19.  The Ghost and the Bogus Bestseller (Click here for my review.)

20.  Trimmed to Death by Nancy J. Cohen (Click here for my review.)

21.  Glitter Bomb by Laura Childs with Terrie Farley Moran (Click here for my review.)

22.  Designed for Haunting by Sybil Johnson (Click here for my review.)

23.  A Crafter Knits A Clue by Holly Quinn (Click here for my review.)

24.  Santa Puppy by Lynn Cahoon (Click here for my review.)

25.  Six Cats a Slayin' by Miranda James (Click here for my review.)

26.  Homicide in Hawaii by Susan Harper (Click here for my review.)

27.  Pre-meditated Peppermint by Amanda Flower (Click here for my review.)

28.  Killed on Blueberry Hill by Sharon Farrow (Click here for my review.)


2 comments:

  1. I joined this challenge too and hope I do better this time around.

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  2. Oh how fun! I can't wait to see your picks! I'm always looking for more from this genre.

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