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.

Color
Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman

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Familial Relationship
Be Safe, Love Mom by Elaine Brye

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Including “ing”
Eating for England by Nigel Slater

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Name of a City
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

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Body of Water
The Lake House by Kate Morton

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An Animal
Dog Stories by James Herriot

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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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