Tuesday, December 20, 2022

2023 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge Sign Up

I always love this challenge even if I don't always complete it.  I'm back for another year.  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 one book for each letter of the alphabet.  I will keep track of my books here...

A.  Against the Currant by Olivia Matthews (Click here to read my review.)

B.  Bakeries & Buffonery by Elizabeth Pantley (Click here to read my review.)

C.  Cat Scratch Murder by Karen McSpade (Click here to read my review.)

D.  Dial M for Meow by Ruth J. Hartman (Click here to read my review.)

E.  Eat, Pray, Hex by Tara Lush (Click here to read my review.)

F.  Fiddling with Fate by Diane Kelly (Click here to read my review.)

G.  The Glass House by Nancy Lynn Jarvis (Click here to read my review.)

H.  Hideaway at Silver Lake by Jennifer Greene (Click here to read my review.)

I.    Identity by Nora Roberts (Click here to read my review.)


K.  Kissing Kosher by Jean Metzler (Click here to read my review.)

L.   The Little Italian Hotel by Phaedra Patrick (Click here to read my review.)

M.  Murder Served Neat by Michelle Hillen Klump (Click here to read my review.)

N.  New Song by Rebecca Stevenson (Click here to read my review.)

O.  Out of Circulation by Miranda James (Click here to read my review.)

P.  A Purr Before Dying by T.C. LoTempio (Click here to read my review.)



S.  Star Tangled Murder by Nancy J. Cohen (Click here to read my review.)

T.  To Kill A Mocking Girl by Harper Kincaid (Click here to read my review.)


V.  The Valentine Voyage by Lizzie Josephson (Click here to read my review.)

W.  Wined and Died in New Orleans by Ellen Byron (Click here to read my review.)




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