Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge 2015


I wanted to try a few new challenges this year, so I signed up for the Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge. I fell in love with reading by reading fantasy books, so I’ve always had a soft spot for the genre, which means this challenge is perfect.

According to the challenge guidelines, participants can set their own goals. I don’t want to overdo it though, so I’m aiming for 20 fantasy books in 2015. I can still upgrade that goal if I reach it early on.

If you want to know more about the challenge, or you want to sign up, please go here.

I will keep track of my progress here and in the sidebar of my blog.

  1. Nanovision by Paul T. Harry
  2. Telemachus and Homer by Scott Locke
  3. The Portal & The Panther by R.A. Marshall
  4. The Jewel of Kamara by Bridie Blake
  5. Mysticism & Myths (Collection by various authors)
  6. H.A.L.F: The Deep Beneath by Natalie Wright
  7. Gifted by Donald Hounam
  8. Lover, Divine by A. Star
  9. Snake in the Grass (Hero’s Sword Vol. 4) by M.E. Sutton
  10. Lioness of Kell by Paul E. Horsman
  11. The One Path by Larry S. Gerovac
  12. The Shadow of The Unicorn II: The Deception by Suzanne de Montigny
  13. The Iron Trial (Magisterium #1) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
  14. Skydreamer by Sheryl Winters
  15. Empath by S. Usher Evans
  16. Code Human by N.J. Paige
  17. The Thinking by Dallas Sutherland
  18. The Changeling by Helen Falconer
  19. Stones of Caron by R. Ann Greene
  20. Whispers in Eternity by Jacinda Buchmann
  21. The Secrets of Yashire by Diamante Lavendar
  22. Song of a Dead Star by Zamil Akhtar
  23. At Death’s Door (Freefall #1) by Astrid V. Tallaksen
  24. Between Heaven & Hell (Freefall #2) by Astrid V. Tallaksen
  25. Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma by Paul Regnier
  26. The Evolved by K.T. Webb
  27. Madison’s Song by Christine Amsden
  28. At The Sharp End of Lightning by Nicholas Bates
  29. Reawakening (Passage of Hellsfire #3) by Marc Johnson
  30. Inconceivable by Cherrie Mack
  31. Dead and Kicking by Lisa Emme
  32. The Ivory Staff by M. Lachi
  33. The 13th Brigade by Ky Lehman
  34. Wicked Jackal by Cherie Marks
  35. Children of the Blessing by Perry Morris
  36. Rebecca’s Initiation by Gary Green
  37. Strained by Maria Colette
  38. Corlex: Episode 1 – Titan and the Reaper by Jacob Ingalls & Ryan Ingalls
  39. The Blood-Tainted Winter by T.L. Greylock
  40. Henchgirl by Rita Stradling
  41. The Samsaric by G.W. Lwin

TBR Pile Reading Challenge 2015


I’m going to participate in the TBR Pile (to-be-read pile) Reading Challenge for 2015. The goal of the challenge is to read books that have been on our bookshelf for a while – either as gifts, or books we bought and never got around to reading, or anything else. The main rule is the book can’t be a book that’ll release in 2015 so no new books or ARCs.

I’ll pick the second level for this challenge, “A Friendly Hug”, which means I have to read 11-20 books from my TBR pile. I didn’t want to pick too many because with my list of ARCs for 2015 growing increasingly longer, I don’t always have time to read other books. But I want to make a genuine effort, and if I reach 20 books or more, I can always move on to the next level of the challenge.

If you’d like to participate in the challenge as well, you can sign up here.

I’ll keep track of my progress on this page, and in the sidebar.

  1. Sunblind by Michael McBride
  2. Doll Face by Tim Curran
  3. Castle by the Sea by J.G. Faherty
  4. Blood Red Roses by Russell Jame
  5. Factory Town by Jon Bassoff
  6. The Hawley Book of the Dead by Chrysler Szarlan
  7. The Iron Trial (Magisterium #1) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
  8. No One Gets Out Alive by Adam Nevill
  9. Oasis of the Damned by Greg F. Gifune
  10. Angel of the Abyss by Ed Kurtz
  11. In The Shadows of Children by Alan Ryker
  12. Ghosts of Eden by Keith Deininger
  13. Facial by Jeff Strand
  14. A Shrill Keening by Ronald Malfi
  15. The Family Tree by John Everson
  16. Better Left Buried by Belinda Frisch
  17. My Sister’s Grave (The Tracy Crosswhite Series #1) by Robert Dugoni
  18. Suspended in Dusk by Simon Dewar
  19. From The Cradle by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards

Reading Challenge Addict 2015


Last year, I participated in 5 reading challenges and completed each of them successfully. Since I can’t take more on my plate this year, I’m aiming for five challenges again. I will keep track of the challenges in the sidebar, and here.

If you want to sign up for the challenge, please go here.

Here are the five challenges I’m participating in this year:

I’m also participating in the Book Blogger Organization Challenge, but I’m not counting that toward this goal.