Round up of the What’s in a Name Reading Challenge

The What’s In a Name challenge hosted at The Wormhole was fun and I may finally report success in completing all categories. Yea!

I have attempted this book challenge in the past and just didn’t get all six categories read so I am mighty pleased right now.

The categories are as follows with the links to the reviews underneath.

Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman



Familial Relationship
Be Safe, Love Mom by Elaine Brye


Including “ing”
Eating for England by Nigel Slater


Name of a City
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George


Body of Water
The Lake House by Kate Morton


An Animal
Dog Stories by James Herriot


The only other challenge I signed up for in 2015 is the British Book Challenge and I am not quite done there. Maybe another book can be fit in before 2015 closes.

The host has not updated the links to add books for a few months but I am still reading them for my own goals. Not sure if anyone is taking up the hosting duties for it next year but I would like to participate again if it’s active.

Has anyone else read the books I selected or participated in the What’s in a Name Challenge? Any bookish reading plans for 2016?

Happy Reading, my friends!


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