2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge

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I stumbled across the Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge after following a new blog. If you know me, I can’t resist a challenge! This page is dedicated to my 2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge, hosted by Dollycas  over at Escape to Dollycas into a Good Book. Go there to check out all of the rules for this reading challenge. The main guidelines are below.
*Each letter counts as a spoonful!*
The challenge runs from January 1, 2014 until December 31, 2014. You can join anytime at all – and you don’t even have to review the books! Books can come from any genre. You don’t need to link up to each spoonful. When you’ve completed your list, go back to Dollycas Alphabet Soup page (under the Challenges tab at the top of her blog) and leave a comment with a link to your completed list.
Try to read a book for every letter of the alphabet! You can drop the A’s and The’s from the book titles.

A.  The Almond Tree by Michelle Cohen Corasanti

B.  Broken Arrows by Chelsey Butler

C.  This Crumbling Pageant by Patricia Burroughs

D.  Drowning by Rachel Firasek

E.  Enough Rope by P.L. Doss

F.  The Flirting Field Guide by Myrna Kirk

G. The Girls of August by Anne Rivers Siddon

H.  Hearts in Exile by Mysti Parker

I.  In Time by Christine Locke

J.  Just Not Ready Yet by Brooklyn James

K.  Keeper by Ingrid Seymour

L.  Lost on the Edge of Forever by Michael Haley

M.  Must Love Otters by Eliza Gordon

N. Neurotica by Eliza Gordon

O.  Open Door by Christine Locke

P.  The Publicist by Christina George

Q.  The Quest for Juice by Jonathan David Jackson

R.  The Rebel Within by Lance Erlick

S.  Shelf Life by Christina George

T.  Through the Portal by Justin Dennis


V.  Valley of Vice by Steve Garcia

W.  The Warrior & The Flower by Camille Picott


Y.  Yefon: The Red Necklace by Sahndra Fon Dufe


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