reading challenges

Read Across the USA 2022: End of year

Alabama – Double Dip by Gretchen Archer
Alaska – The Unsinkable Greta James by Jennifer E Smith
Arizona – Pumpkin Spice Peril by Jenn McKinlay
Arkansas – Paint the Town Dead Nancy Haddock
California – Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
Colorado – The Wedding Set Up by Charlotte Greene
Connecticut – Acting Up by Adele Buck
Delaware –
Florida – Murder Mystery Book Club by Danielle Collins
Georgia – Some Hauntings Never Go Out of Fashion by Rose Betancourt
Hawaii –
Idaho – There’s Something About Merry by Codi Hall*
Illinois – When Stars Collide by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Indiana –
Iowa – The Unforgettable Guinevere St Clair by Amy Makechnie
Kansas –
Kentucky –
Louisiana – Complete Sookie Stackhouse Short Stories by Charlaine Harris
Maine – Yule Log Murder by Leslie Meier
Maryland – Well Matched by Jen De Luca
Massachusetts – The Romance Recipe by Ruby Barrett
Michigan – Paper Lion by George Plimpton
Minnesota – Lemon Meringue Pie Murder by Joanna Fluke
Mississippi – Double Dip by Gretchen Archer
Missouri –
Montana –
Nebraska – Fangirl the Manga: Vol 2 by Rainbow Rowell and Sam Maggs
Nevada – Better Luck Next Time by Julia Claibourn Johnson
New Hampshire – 
New Jersey –
New Mexico –
New York – The Editor by Stephen Rowley
North Carolina – Book Lovers by Emily Henry
North Dakota –
Ohio – Beware False Profits by Emilie Richards
Oklahoma –
Oregon –
Pennsylvania – Rooted in Deceit by Wendy Tyson
Rhode Island – Vanderbilt by Anderson Cooper
South Carolina – The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston
South Dakota – 
Tennessee –Grave Surprise by Charlaine Harris
Texas – Without a Hitch by Mary Hollis Huddleston and Asher Fogle Paul
Utah – Something Wilder by Christina Lauren
Vermont – A Merry Little Meet Cute by Sierra Simone and Julie Murphy
Virginia – Twelve Jays of Christmas by Donna Andrew
Washington – Death by Intermission by Alexis Morgan
West Virginia –
Wisconsin – Death Checked Out by Leah Dobrinska*
Wyoming –
Washington DC – Method Acting by Adele Buck

So I think I would have managed it all again this year – if it hadn’t been for the awful three months at the end that started with me getting shingles and continued through insanely busy times at work and then the virus from hell at the start of December. I even have books for some of the states I just decided to binge read Meg Langslow again instead because that was what my brain wanted and I decided to just enjoy my reading and not force anything. Be Kind To Yourself is my new motto.





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