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Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments 2015 February Monthly Challenge - Suggestions Thread

This thread is for suggestions and questions. The thread for participants is Here

If you have any suggestions please feel free to post!

1. ‘F’ is for February: Read a book that starts with 'F' or a book whose author's first or last name starts with 'F'.

2.Member of the Month: Jane (PS) : Jane has been a member of RRRC since January 2009. Here is a link to Jane’s Shelves Read a book on Jane’s shelf or a book published in 2009 or January (of any year)

3.Author of the Month Jaci Burton: Read any book by Jaci Burton or any author with her first or last name
Fun Facts about Jaci Burton:
Jaci Burton is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling, award-winning author of over 50 books, and was first published in 2003.
Jaci is from Oklahoma
Jaci likes to garden

You can also read a book published in 2003, or one set in Oklahoma or by an author from Oklahoma, or a book with a character somehow involved in gardening or agriculture.

4. Children’s Dental Health Month: February is Children’s Dental Health month…read a book that has children, family, or a dentist/doctor in it.

5. Super Bowl Sunday (Feb 1): Read a book that is about football, any championships, or any sports themed. You can also read a book set in Arizona (Superbowl location) or if any of the characters like to play a sport, run, or just be athletic.

6. Groundhog Day (Feb 2): Read a book that is about weather, has a meteorologist in it, a book with an animal in it, on the cover or any shifter book. Another option… like the movie, a book that travels back in time so you can do the day over, or a book set in Pennsylvania.

7. .Valentines Day (Feb 14): Read a book that has a wedding/any love event in it , a book with candy on the cover, a book that is red, or any book with HEA!

8. Presidents Day (Feb 16): Read a book about a president or any part of government, a book about the military or a character that is in or has served in the military.

9. Mardi Gras (Feb 17): Read a book about Mardi Gras, set in New Orleans, an author that is from New Orleans, or a book with a masquerade party or any celebration in it.

10. Reader's Choice: Read any book of your choice.

Challenge Duration: February 1 to February 28, 2015

You can choose 3, 5, 8 or all 10 categories depending on your reading speed, book availability and/or time commitment.

When posting your challenge progress, please make sure to put the date/s when you finished your book/s. Please repost your progress as it helps when updating.

Happy Reading!


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message 3: by Elke (last edited Jan 20, 2015 07:38AM) (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Family:
Family

Dentist/Doctor:
Dentist
Doctor


message 4: by Susan A (new)

Susan A | 1460 comments Is running a ranch "involved in agriculture"? Cattle ranch. They grow food for themselves, but not as a business.


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message 6: by Elke (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Susan A wrote: "Is running a ranch "involved in agriculture"? Cattle ranch. They grow food for themselves, but not as a business."

I would say YES, Susan A!!


message 7: by Elke (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Awesome TayaJay!


message 8: by Susan A (new)

Susan A | 1460 comments Elke wrote: "Susan A wrote: "Is running a ranch "involved in agriculture"? Cattle ranch. They grow food for themselves, but not as a business."

I would say YES, Susan A!!"


THanks!


message 9: by Ora (new)

Ora (oeamis) Would Jack (The Family Simon, #2) by Juliana Stone work for President's Day? the M/C is a politician.


message 10: by Elke (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Ora wrote: "Would Jack (The Family Simon, #2) by Juliana Stone work for President's Day? the M/C is a politician."

I would say yes!


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Ora (oeamis) Thanks


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Tammie | 1623 comments What is HEA?


message 13: by Fran, Moderator (new)

Fran | 11000 comments Tammie wrote: "What is HEA?"

Happily Ever After :)


message 14: by MountainKat, Moderator (new)

MountainKat | 19605 comments Hi Elke - I was trying to send you a PM, but your profile isn't accepting messages. Could you please change that or send me a message I can reply to. Thanks!


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Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments MountainKat wrote: "Hi Elke - I was trying to send you a PM, but your profile isn't accepting messages. Could you please change that or send me a message I can reply to. Thanks!"

Done!!


message 16: by MountainKat, Moderator (new)

MountainKat | 19605 comments Thanks Elke!


message 17: by Penney (new)

Penney (pschoener) | 3553 comments For #8 can it be a president of a company or is it strictly political?


message 18: by Elke (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Penney wrote: "For #8 can it be a president of a company or is it strictly political?"

I would say yes Fran!!


message 19: by Penney (new)

Penney (pschoener) | 3553 comments Phew! Thanks Elke :)


message 20: by Elke (new)

Elke (ejurca) | 1810 comments Penney wrote: "Phew! Thanks Elke :)"

Sorry Penney...I can't believe I said Fran!! Lol!


message 21: by Penney (new)

Penney (pschoener) | 3553 comments Lol Elke! No problem, I still got it ;-)


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