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Goal Met for New Author Challenge 2015

Posted March 25, 2015 by Marsha in This one's a Keeper / 0 Comments

New Authors Reading Challenge 2015 ~~~GOAL MET ON MARCH 25, 2015

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The New Authors – Seeking New Escapes 2015 Reading Challenge is hosted by Literary Escapism.  The rules, suggestions and signup can be found by following the link, either the written or graphic links above.

I set my goal for 25 New Authors to check out this year.  That was before I was approved for NetGalley.  A fantastic place to begin with and a bonus of having so many debut authors and authors that I haven’t read yet.

I’m not going to change my goal number — but I will continue adding new authors to the sub-page.   Just to find out at the end of the year how many new authors I’ve added.

If you’d like to check out some new authors , here’s the link to the Challenge Post with the listing.  New Author Challenge Page ~ Completed



Horror Reading Challenge 2015

Posted January 21, 2015 by Marsha in This one's a Keeper / 1 Comment

Horror Reading Challenge 2015

There is a challenge going on over at Cornerfolds – a Horror Reading Challenge 2015 and I’m just crazy enough to sign myself up for it.


Cornerfolds Horror Reading Challenge 2015

That’s the link above for all of the guidelines and challenge links, button, etc.


Okay, I know.  Will you really read Horror because there aren’t any reviews here on Keeper Bookshelf in that genre?

Well.  Just because I haven’t reviewed it, doesn’t mean I haven’t read it.  So this challenge isn’t as far-fetched as one might think.  It’s not my absolute favorite style of story but there are some amazing authors out there telling tales to chill the spine.  Yes, I do believe I can do this.

And after all I have an entire year to get to the “Running Scared” level at 1-5 books.  *innocent whistle*  I can do that, at least… and try for more.

If you like Horror novels then check it out.  It might be right up your alley.  *wink*  Besides, it’s a fun way to find great books, new authors, possibly new book blogs that you haven’t discovered yet.  Sounds like a win to me!

UPDATE:  I just spent an hour or so over at Amazon – my Kindle is now loaded with horror stories (and maybe a few others too).  I am prepared.  🙂


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