Thursday, December 2, 2021

2022 Literary Escapes Challenge

 

This is another challenge I join every year.  I never complete it but I just love armchair traveling and I go as far as I can 😀 This challenge is hosted by Lori at Escape with Dollycas Into A Good Book.  You can sign up there if you'd like to join in.  

The goal is to read a book from each state around the U.S.  I'll be keeping track of my books here...

Alabama


Alaska


Arizona


Arkansas


California - Good Rich People by Eliza Jane Brazier (Click here for my review.)


Colorado - Body in the Book Drop by Lynn Cahoon (Click here for my review.)


Connecticut


Delaware


District of Columbia - State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny (Click here for my review)


Florida - Cat Prints on the Crime Scene by K.M. Waller (Click here for my review.)


Georgia  - My Darling Husband by Kimberly Belle (Click here for my review.)


Hawaii


Idaho


Illinois


Indiana


Iowa


Kansas


Kentucky - Canyons, Caravans & Cadavers by Tonya Kappes (Click here to read my review.)


Louisiana


Maine - Valentine Murder by Leslie Meier (Click here for my review.)


Maryland - Knit or Dye Trying by Allie Pleiter (Click here for my review.)


Massachusetts


Michigan


Minnesota


Mississippi - File M for Murder by Miranda James (Click here for my review.)


Missouri


Montana


Nebraska


Nevada


New Hampshire


New Jersey


New Mexico


New York - Beach Wedding by Michael Ledwidge (Click here for my review.)


North Carolina


North Dakota


Ohio


Oklahoma


Oregon


Pennsylvania


Rhode Island


South Carolina


South Dakota


Tennessee


Texas - The Twist and Shout Murder by Teresa Trent (Click here for my review.)


Utah


Vermont


Virginia


Washington - The Wrong Victim by Allison Brennan (Click here for my review.)


West Virginia


Wisconsin


Wyoming



1 comment:

Thank you for stopping by and visiting my blog! I always love reading comments and getting to know my readers!

After some careful consideration, I've decided to become an award-free blog. Although I appreciate and am honored by each and every award I've received, your comments and friendship are enough award for me. Thank you all so much for your thoughtfulness.

Due to way too many spam comments, I disabled the Anonymous User comments. We'll see if this works, otherwise I'll have to go back to word verification.