This challenge is hosted by Passages to the Past.
Here are the Reading Challenge details:
Each month, a new post dedicated to the HF Challenge will be created. To participate, you only have to follow the rules:
- Everyone can participate, even those who don't have a blog (you can add your book title and thoughts in the comment section if you wish)
- Add the link(s) of your review(s) including your name and book title to the Mister Linky we’ll be adding to our monthly post (please, do not add your blog link, but the correct address that will guide us directly to your review)
- Any sub-genre of historical fiction is accepted (Historical Romance, Historical Mystery, Historical Fantasy, Young Adult, etc.)
During the following 12 months you can choose one of the different reading levels:
20th century Reader - 2 books
Victorian Reader - 5 books
Renaissance Reader - 10 books
Medieval - 15 books
Ancient History - 25 books
Prehistoric - 50+ books
To join the challenge you only need to make a post about it, add your link in Mr. Linky below or just leave a link to your blog if you are not yet ready to post about it yet. If you don't have a blog you can just leave a comment for this post saying that you are joining.
The challenge runs from January 1st to December 31st, 2017.
I look forward to having you join me in reading and enjoying the best in historical fiction over the 12 months.
Don't forget to grab the Reading Challenge Button to post on your blog. If you'd like a specific size, just let me know and I will send it over to you via email. Please share about the Reading Challenge to your fellow friends and readers using the hashtag below!
If you have any questions or comments please email Amy at email@example.com.
What books are you most looking forward to in 2017?
I am hoping to read 5 historical fiction books this year so I chose the level of Victorian Reader as my goal to reach with this challenge.
I will keep track of my books read for this challenge on this post. I have placed a link back to here on my blog's sidebar for easy access to this post.