Color Coded Reading Challenge


Who? The Color Coded Reading Challenge
When? January to December 2013
What? I think this reading challenge is sheer brilliance and I’m glad that I’ve gotten the chance to participate in it. As someone heavily involved in the arts, I am quite happy to marry my two loves into one beautiful challenge.
Level? All 9 Categories. Here are my proposed reads:Color Coded 2012

All 9 Categories (9 books):
Status: 4 to go

  1. Blue: Daughter of the Sky (View Review)
  2. Red: Scarlet (Cinder #2)
  3. Yellow: The Girl, the Gold Tooth and Everything
  4. Green: The White Woman on the Green Bicycle
  5. Brown: Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander #2)
  6. Black: Daughter of Smoke and Bone (Daughter of Smoke and Bone #1) (View Review)
  7. White: The Lovely Bones  (View Review)
  8. Misc: Oranges Aren’t The Only Fruit (View Review)
  9. Implies Color: Drums of Autumn (Outlander #4)

Most of these books are some that I have been meaning to read for quite some time, so this really is an excuse or a kick in the butt to get started. Only one book crosses over with another challenge, The Bloody Red Baron which is also featured in my Seriously Series post.

Is anyone here participating in this one? Did you have a hard time finding books or was it a breeze? I had a hard time trying to find a book with a Brownish word in it that I was interested in… Blue was a bit of a trouble as well.



About Claire (BWB)

It's Claire (aka Quirky) from Bitches With Books, an online book blog that serves up a healthy dose of book reviews, lists + literary madness.
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9 Responses to Color Coded Reading Challenge

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  5. Lakeshia Artis says:

    Interesting reading challenge. One challenge I would love to do for myself is to read all of the Harry Potter books. I feel like I’m so behind everyone else whose had a chance to enjoy them.

  6. I’m not participating but good luck!!! I’m glad you found books with colors. Good thing there weren’t colors like aquamarine and chartreuse! Those would be tough!

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