Monday, July 2, 2018

Audio Book Challenge 2018 - Wrap Up

I completed my Audiobook Challenge for 2018. This challenge is hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer and Hot Listens.

I signed up for the Weekend Warrior level (5-10 audiobooks). Here are the ones I listened to...

1.  Hiss and Hers by M.C. Beaton (Click here for my review.)

2.  Something Borrowed, Something Dead by M.C. Beaton (Click here for my review.)

3.  Cowboy Seal Homecoming by Nicole Helm (Click here for my review.)

4.  Nevertheless by Alec Baldwin (Click here for my review.)

5.  High on Arrival by Mackenzie Phillips (Click here for my review.)

6.  Total Cat Mojo by Jackson Galaxy (Click here for my review.)

7.  The Lady of the Lake by Karen Musser Nortman (Click here for my review.)

8.  Bookmarked for Death by Lorna Barrett (Click here for my review.)

9.  Hurricane Season by Laurie K. Denton (Click here for my review.)

10.  This Is Me by Chrissy Metz (Click here for my review.)


  1. Good job! I signed up for 20-30 audiobooks and am on #20. For some reason, something clicked this year and now I'm addicted to audiobooks.

  2. Congrats of completing the challenge! I have read This is Me, Nevertheless and Cat Mojo and liked them all.

  3. I have been enjoying cozy mysteries on audio Yvonne. You've listened some neat titles

  4. Congrats on completing the challenge! The Nicole Helm book sounds really good and I added it to my wish list.

  5. Congrats on completing the challenge! I'm finding Audiobooks addicting, especially a good one makes me less frustrated to be get stuck in traffic.

  6. Awesome that you completed yours! I am still working on my own!

    Mary my My Update!


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