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message 1: by Lilzgold (last edited Nov 04, 2013 06:21PM) (new)

Lilzgold | 5 comments The Harry Potter Sorting Hat Reading Challenge

Level: Easy
My house: Hufflepuff
The rival: Ravenclaw
Duration: 29/12/2012 - 29/12/2013

Hufflepuff
Helga Hufflepuff, the founder of Hufflepuff, was a witch during medieval times: Read a book that is set in a medieval time period (between 5th to the 15th century) Descent of Blood by Elizabeth Marx - TBR
Hufflepuff's emblematic colors are yellow and black: Read a book that has a predominately yellow or black cover. Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison - 5th Feb 2013 - ***
Fat Friar, the house ghost of Hufflepuff, dedicated his life to religion: Read a book about someone who is extremely religious. Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin - 26th Jun 2013 - **
Members of Hufflepuff are described as hard working, patient, and loyal: Read a book in which the protagonist portrays one of these qualities consistently throughout the book. The Private Papers of Eastern Jewel by Maureen Lindley - 15th Mar 2013 - ***

Descent of Blood (Red Veil, #0.5) by Elizabeth Marx Dragon Bound (Elder Races #1) by Thea Harrison Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin The Private Papers of Eastern Jewel by Maureen Lindley

Ravenclaw
➲ Ravenclaw's emblematic animal is the eagle: Read a book which features an eagle on the cover or in the story. You can also read a book about someone who can shape shift into a bird of any type. ((Hmm... Animorphs re-read time?))
Ravenclaw's emblematic colors are blue and bronze: Read a book that has a predominately blue or bronze cover. Saturday Night And Sunday Morning by Alan Sillitoe - 5th Jan 2013 - ****
Rowena Ravenclaw, the founder of Ravenclaw, was Scottish: Read a book that takes place in Scotland. Scotland's Guardians by Katharina Gerlach - TBR
Members of Ravenclaw are described as intelligent, witty, and wise: Read a book in which the protagonist is scholarly, bookish, all knowing, etc... Blood Roses by Jason T. Graves - 9th May 2013 - ***

Saturday Night And Sunday Morning by Alan Sillitoe Scotland's Guardians by Katharina Gerlach Blood Roses (Book One of the Noctivagas Chronicle) by Jason T. Graves


message 2: by Lilzgold (last edited Nov 04, 2013 06:16PM) (new)

Lilzgold | 5 comments Oh My Gods! reading challenge

My post is on page 5

Duration: One year as of 12th June 2013

Level: Only aiming for Demigod for now. Will probably aim higher once I've achieved that.

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✔The Gods

Zeus: Read a book about a president, monarch, ruler, or someone in a leadership position. This includes, but is not limited to: kings, princes, presidents, sheikhs, or prime minsters.

Poseidon: Read a book about a man who lives in close proximity to a large body of water or has a job as a fisherman, marine-biologist, or sailor. You can also read a book with a body of water on the cover. Poseidon also has a lot of children so you can read a book about a man with more than 3 children.

Apollo: Read a book about an artist or a doctor. You can read a book with a cover that appeals to you aesthetically (in layman's terms: read a book that you think has a beautiful cover).

Ares: Read a book about a man that is or was in the military or a warrior. This includes, but is not limited to: a Marine, someone in the army, navy, or air force, a knight, viking, ninja, gladiator, mercenary, etc...

Hephaestus: Read a book with a predominantly red cover.

Hermes: Read a book about a man who has a sense of spirituality. Or read a book with a mythical being such as an angel (think paranormal).

✔The Goddesses

Hera:Read a book about a woman who has children. You can also read a book about a female in a leadership position.
Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin. Done 26/06/13

Demeter: Read a book where the protagonist is pregnant, is trying to get pregnant, or is someone who owns a farm, raises vegetables/flowers.

Athena:Read a book about a woman who can --for lack of better words-- kick some serious ass.
Fire by Heather James

Hestia: Read a book with a youthful character (think YA) or a virgin.
Heist Society by Ally Carter

Artemis:Read a book about a woman who loves nature.
Goliath by Scott Westerfeld. Done 20/06/13

Aphrodite: Read a book about someone who is extremely beautiful, or in tune with her sexuality (think erotica)

Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin Heist Society (Heist Society, #1) by Ally Carter Fire (Elements of Power, #1) by Heather James Goliath (Leviathan, #3) by Scott Westerfeld


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