Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

T4MC – Part 3


According to the poll, the new edition of the challenge will be starting on March 1.  Here is the list of challenges this time around!  Comment here to sign up.

5 Point Challenges

Read a book by an author you’ve never read before

Read a book with a one word title

Read a book with an animal name in the title

Read a book with a proper name in the title

Read a fantasy

10 Point Challenges

Read an ‘Austenesque’ book

Read a book with a two word title

Read a book that is part of a series

Read a book about a real person

Read a mystery

15 Point Challenges

Read a book written in the 60’s (any century)

Read a book with a number in the title

Read a book by an author born in March, April, May or June.

Read a book with a three word title

Read a book by an author with three names

20 Point Challenges

Read a book with over 500 pages

Read a book with a four word title

Read a book by two authors

Read a book written in the 70s (any century)

Read a book that has been number one on the NYT Best-sellers list


50 thoughts on “T4MC – Part 3

  1. Signing up definitely! I think I will be able to complete most of these, as long as have enough time to read!

  2. I wasn’t going to join, but I planned on reading a book from everyone one of the categories this year so this fit right in!

  3. I have a weakness for category-challenges, so definitely signing up for this =D

  4. I’m joing, too! Looks like fun.

  5. Can I still sign up for this segment of this challenge? This sounds like fun. I don’t have to pick all my books ahead of time do I?

  6. This is a new challenge for me…I’m looking forward to it! :o)


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  8. I’m in sounds like fun!

  9. I’m in! I’m going to try to do as much as I can with my own unread books, so we’ll so how that goes! Here’s my link:

  10. I read about your challenge at A Novel Challenge and would love to join in. I will post about it within the next few days. Looking forward to the challenge and thanks for hosting.

  11. I’m ready to go! Here’s my sign-up post:

    Thanks for keeping this going!

  12. Count me in! I love the variety this gives me.
    Thanks for hosting!!!

  13. This is a great challenge.

    Here’s my post.

  14. I will sign up. Thanks for giving the challenge.

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  16. I’m in, I nearly joined parts one and two, so it’s definitely time to join in!

  17. Possibly dumb question….what is considered to be an “Austenesque” book? I just need clarification, kthx. 🙂

    Also, love the last category – the possibilities are freakin’ endless!!

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  19. I’m definitely in! I’ve been watching this challenge for the last few months and it looks great.

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  21. I just posted about a book with a number in the title!

    The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak!

  22. I am new to the whole challenge thing, but I really want to join in on this one!

  23. I have a site just for my reading challenges now, since I’m not blogging and I can’t resist signing up for this one.

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  25. Count me in! This looks like it will be a fun challenge.


  26. I can’t wait to read a book in all of these categories! I am so pumped.

  27. I’m definitely joining!! will post about this soon and come back to leave the link..but meanwhile am putting the button on my sidebar! Thanks Martina:)

  28. i THINK i CAN DO ALOT OF THESE. I am already reading an author I have not read before and one about a real person. I want to join…. Thanks, C

  29. I will join and am already on two of the challenges.

  30. I don’t know how many of these I’ll accomplish, but I’m gonna have fun with this! 🙂

  31. Late to the party, but I’m in. First day of Read-a-Thon, first day of this challenge. I’m starting with The Quiet Gentleman by Georgette Heyer — which will be my “Three Word Title” for 15 points. It’s also what I’m reading for my Georgette Heyer group this month.

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  33. Hi:) 10 more points for reading a book about a real person. A Golden Web is about the first female astronomer. Fantastic read (quick and really interesting). My review:


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