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Ipshita (miss_romanceaholic) | 4745 comments Mod
Here's the November Monthly Challenge!!
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Time Limit : 1st November, 2014 to 30th November, 2014

Levels:

Easy ~ 1-2 books
Medium ~ 3-6 books
Hard ~ more than 7 books

Themes/clues of the books:

- Housewife Day (November 3): It recognizes the importance of stay at home wives and moms. Today, we celebrate and thank all of the ladies who choose to stay home and tend to the house and family! Read a book revolving around a protagonist who is a housewife.

- Marooned Without a Compass Day (November 6): This day is just to kick back and enjoy being marooned.Read book where the protagonist gets lost or stranded.

- Cook Something Bold Day (November 8): This day is designed to encourage us to cook something bold and daring, that will fill up the house with warm, "homey" odors. Read any book with a chef as the central character.

- Chaos Never Dies Day (November 9): It's a day to recognize the chaos in your life.Read a book where the character is facing a lot of chaos in his life.

- Forget-Me-Not Day (November 10): It is a day to remember family, friends, and loved ones.Read a book with an amnesia plot.

- World Kindness Day (November 13): It encourages us to be kind to others, helping to create a nicer, better world. Read a book with a kind and caring protagonist.

- World Peace Day (November 17): It encourages us to be kind to others, and teach others to be peaceful. Read a book with a symbol of peace on its cover like olive branch, doves, rainbow flag, V-sign or paper cranes.

- Universal Children's Day (November 20): It's a day celebrated around the world as a way to celebrate children. Read a book with a child protagonist or with a child on its cover.

- World Hello Day (November 21): The objective of World Hello Day is to promote world peace. It is really easy to participate in World Hello Day. Simply, say hello to the people today. Read a book with a friendly or popular.

- Go For a Ride Day (November 22): Take a breather, and go for a relaxing ride. Read a book with a picturesque cover.

- Thanksgiving (November 27): It's time for us to give thanks to our God, for the things he has bestowed upon us.Read a book with a religious protagonist or where a miracle occurs.

- Black Friday (November 28): In the world of accountants, red signifies a loss, and black signifies a profit. It is one of the two busiest shopping days of the year. Read a book you bought recently.

Sign up for the challenge below. Happy Reading!


message 2: by Ipshita (last edited Nov 02, 2014 08:53AM) (new)

Ipshita (miss_romanceaholic) | 4745 comments Mod
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Ishi
Kme_17
Shilpa


message 3: by Ishi (new)

Ishi Bhanot | 2860 comments Sign me up ^-^


message 4: by Ipshita (new)

Ipshita (miss_romanceaholic) | 4745 comments Mod
Welcome to the challenge, Ishi :)


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Ishi Bhanot | 2860 comments :):):)


message 6: by Kme_17 (new)

Kme_17 | 90 comments I am going try this one : )


message 7: by Shilpa (new)

Shilpa | 842 comments Ipshi, I'm in for easy! :)


message 8: by Ipshita (new)

Ipshita (miss_romanceaholic) | 4745 comments Mod
Added you, Kme_17 and Shilpa. Welcome to the challenge :)


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Kme_17 | 90 comments - Housewife Day (November 3): It recognizes the importance of stay at home wives and moms. Today, we celebrate and thank all of the ladies who choose to stay home and tend to the house and family! Read a book revolving around a protagonist who is a housewife.

- Marooned Without a Compass Day (November 6): This day is just to kick back and enjoy being marooned.Read book where the protagonist gets lost or stranded.

- Cook Something Bold Day (November 8): This day is designed to encourage us to cook something bold and daring, that will fill up the house with warm, "homey" odors. Read any book with a chef as the central character.

- Chaos Never Dies Day (November 9): It's a day to recognize the chaos in your life.Read a book where the character is facing a lot of chaos in his life.

- Forget-Me-Not Day (November 10): It is a day to remember family, friends, and loved ones.Read a book with an amnesia plot.

- World Kindness Day (November 13): It encourages us to be kind to others, helping to create a nicer, better world. Read a book with a kind and caring protagonist.

- World Peace Day (November 17): It encourages us to be kind to others, and teach others to be peaceful. Read a book with a symbol of peace on its cover like olive branch, doves, rainbow flag, V-sign or paper cranes.

- Universal Children's Day (November 20): It's a day celebrated around the world as a way to celebrate children. Read a book with a child protagonist or with a child on its cover.

- World Hello Day (November 21): The objective of World Hello Day is to promote world peace. It is really easy to participate in World Hello Day. Simply, say hello to the people today. Read a book with a friendly or popular.

- Go For a Ride Day (November 22): Take a breather, and go for a relaxing ride. Read a book with a picturesque cover.

- Thanksgiving (November 27): It's time for us to give thanks to our God, for the things he has bestowed upon us.Read a book with a religious protagonist or where a miracle occurs.

- Black Friday (November 28): In the world of accountants, red signifies a loss, and black signifies a profit. It is one of the two busiest shopping days of the year. Read a book you bought recently.


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