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message 1: by Lauren (last edited May 15, 2015 11:28AM) (new)

Lauren Smith Welcome to the 2015 MishMash Challenge!

Use this thread to plan your challenge and track your progress.

The challenge begins on 1 June and lasts for 1 year. You can start at any time, using the books you finished from 1 June onward. However, please note that you must read a different book for each task (you can't use a book for multiple tasks), and books must be at least 150 pages long to count. Graphic novels are not allowed.

If you have any questions your suggestions, you can post them here: https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Happy reading!

Tasks
1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).
2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it
4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.
5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
6. Read a book where the main character is female
7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.
8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.
9. Read a book with a 1 word title.
10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.
13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).
14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in
15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title
16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before
17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.
18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.
19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.
20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.
21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).
22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.
23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.
24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.
25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.


message 2: by Lauren (new)

Lauren Smith Points


message 3: by Lauren (last edited May 20, 2016 08:30AM) (new)

Lauren Smith 1. Read a book written by an SA Author(s).Under Ground by S.L. Grey

2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words. – The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey

3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started itCrooks & Straights by Masha du Toit

4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.

5. Read a book by an author you've never read before.Namaste Life by Ishara Maharaj

6. Read a book where the main character is female.The Cry of the Hangkaka by Anne Woodborne

7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year. – A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.

9. Read a book with a 1 word title.Crux by Ramez Naam

10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed. – More Than This by Patrick Ness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9PAu...

11. Read a book written under a pseudonym. – K.J. Parker or Claire North

12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.The End of the Sentence by Maria Dahvana Headley and Kat Howard

13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).

14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in

15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title – Ninevah by Henrietta Rose-Innes

16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before.Nexus by Ramez Naam

17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.

18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title. – The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro

20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor. – Catherynne M. Valente, Claire North, Genevieve Valentine, Robert Jackson Bennett, Margaret Atwood, Stephen King

21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).Outside the Lines by Ameera Patel

22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution. – The Ward by S.L. Grey

24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.Crux by Ramez Naam Rated 4.1 on 25/08/2015

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.Karkloof Blue by Charlotte Otter

11/25


message 4: by Janice (last edited May 02, 2016 11:19PM) (new)

Janice | 1820 comments Mod
Progress: 25/25


✔ 1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).
Day Four (The Three #2) by Sarah Lotz Day Four by Sarah Lotz

✔ 2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
Masque of the Red Death (Masque of the Red Death, #1) by Bethany Griffin Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin

✔ 3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it
Aristocrats Power, Grace and Decadence Britain's Great Ruling Classes from 1066 to the Present by Lawrence James Aristocrats: Power, Grace and Decadence: Britain's Great Ruling Classes from 1066 to the Present by Lawrence James (80 ratings)

✔ 4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender

✔ 5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
The Gland Stealers by Bertram Gayton The Gland Stealers by Bertram Gayton

✔ 6. Read a book where the main character is female
Servants of the Storm by Delilah S. Dawson Servants of the Storm by Delilah S. Dawson

✔ 7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.
A Dance with Dragons Dreams and Dust (A Song of Ice and Fire #5, Part 1 of 2) by George R.R. Martin A Dance with Dragons: Dreams and Dust by George R.R. Martin (it has been sitting on my bookshelf since Christmas 2013)

✔ 8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.
The Assassin's Curse (The Assassin's Curse, #1) by Cassandra Rose Clarke The Assassin's Curse by Cassandra Rose Clarke

✔ 9. Read a book with a 1 word title.
Prudence (The Custard Protocol, #1) by Gail Carriger Prudence by Gail Carriger

✔ 10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
Alice (The Chronicles of Alice, #1) by Christina Henry Alice by Christina Henry (Sisters of Mercy - Alice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hsWZ...)

✔ 11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
The Silkworm (Cormoran Strike, #2) by Robert Galbraith The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (pseudonym of J.K. Rowling)

✔ 12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.
I am Scrooge A Zombie Story for Christmas by Adam Roberts I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas by Adam Roberts (153 pages)

✔ 13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).
The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen ("Girl" also in the title for the book used for task #14)

✔ 14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (January)

✔ 15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title
Wendy by Karen Wallace Wendy by Karen Wallace

✔ 16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before
The Eternal Maiden by T. Everett Harré The Eternal Maiden by T. Everett Harré (Greenland)

✔ 17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (Landry)

✔ 18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.
Black Dog Summer by Miranda Sherry Black Dog Summer by Miranda Sherry

✔ 19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.
The Voyage of the Basilisk (Memoir by Lady Trent, #3) by Marie Brennan The Voyage of the Basilisk: A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan

✔ 20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.
The Haunted Hotel A Mystery of Modern Venice by Wilkie Collins The Haunted Hotel: A Mystery of Modern Venice by Wilkie Collins (gave five stars to No Name in 2014)

✔ 21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).
Illusionarium by Heather Dixon Illusionarium by Heather Dixon

✔ 22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.
After Alice by Gregory Maguire After Alice by Gregory Maguire

✔ 23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.
The Karma Suture by Rosamund Kendal The Karma Suture by Rosamund Kendal

✔ 24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.
Uprooted by Naomi Novik Uprooted by Naomi Novik (4.24 rating at the time of reading)

✔ 25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.
The Nest by Kenneth Oppel The Nest by Kenneth Oppel


message 5: by Lu (last edited May 03, 2016 05:37AM) (new)

Lu | 12655 comments Mod
Progress 18/25

✔1. Read a book written by an SA author(s). - Day Four
✔2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words. - The Girl on the Train
✔3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it - The Thing About Jellyfish
✔4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover. The Starch Solution: Eat the Foods You Love, Regain Your Health, and Lose the Weight for Good!
✔5. Read a book by an author you've never read before - The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend
✔6. Read a book where the main character is female - Mr. Kiss and Tell
✔7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year. Bound by Night
✔8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story. Allegiant
✔9. Read a book with a 1 word title. Aberration
✔10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed. Red - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zlot0...
✔11. Read a book written under a pseudonym. The Rise of Nine
✔12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long. iZombie, Vol. 1
✔13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded). Tough Girl - Girl
✔14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in - Seven Deadly Wonders
✔15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title Escape from Witchwood Hollow
16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before
17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.
18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.
19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.
✔20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor. The Ruby Circle
✔21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count). - Orange Is the New Black
✔22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter. Silver Shadows
23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.
✔24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads. - To Kill a Mockingbird
25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.


message 6: by Liezel (last edited Feb 09, 2016 10:45AM) (new)

Liezel (liezkl) | 736 comments 18/25
1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).

✔2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

✔3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it Mansfield Ranch

4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.

✔5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
Pines

✔6. Read a book where the main character is female Storm Glass

✔7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year. To Kill a Mockingbird

✔8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story. Spy Glass

✔9. Read a book with a 1 word title. Covet

✔10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
Timeless
Timeless - Kelly Clarkson & Justin Guarini

✔11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
The Revenge of Seven

✔12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long. The Great Gatsby

✔13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded). Sea Glass

14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in

✔15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title Giggsy: The Biography of Ryan Giggs

16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before

✔17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours. Cell - Stephen King

✔18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover. Whisper (Riley Bloom, #4) by Alyson Noel

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.

✔20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor. Will Grayson, Will Grayson

✔21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count). Into the Still Blue

✔22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter. Silver Shadows

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.

✔24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads. Breakable

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.


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message 8: by Jennifer (last edited May 01, 2016 07:57AM) (new)

Jennifer (jevine) | 768 comments 25/25

1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).

South African Battles

2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.

The Case of the Flashing Fashion Queen

3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it

Ghosting (10 ratings)

4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.

Yours Truly, Taddy (The Undergrad Years, #2; Invitation to Eden, #1) by Avery Aster

5. Read a book by an author you've never read before

Captured & Seduced / Shelley Munro

6. Read a book where the main character is female

Maggie for Hire

7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.

A Quest of Heroes (The Sorcerer's Ring, #1) by Morgan Rice

9. Read a book with a 1 word title.

Taken

10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.

From Russia with Love

From Russia with love Youtube link


11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.

Lee's Story

12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.

The Littlest Cowboy

13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).

Word = Dragon

The Dragon and The Vampire

14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in

Not My Romeo

15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title

Bran's Story

16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before

Crete - Azure

17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.

Honeymoon for One / Chris Kenniston

18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.

My Favourite Animal Stories

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.

The Book of Dragons

20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.

Jennifer: An O'Malley Love Story

21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).

Unquiet Slumber

22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.

Living London

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.

The Angina Monologues

24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.

Romancing the Alpha: An Action-Adventure Romance Boxed Set

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.

Louisiana Longshot (Miss Fortune Mystery #1) by Jana Deleon


message 9: by Carolien (last edited Feb 06, 2016 03:38AM) (new)

Carolien (carolien_s) | 2152 comments Mod
25/25

1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).
Ghosts of Tsavo

2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
Their Eyes Were Watching God

3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it
Martin's Mice

4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.
Death by Chocolate by Sally Berneathy

5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
Storm Front

6. Read a book where the main character is female
The Reluctant Widow

7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.
The Birdcage: A Novel

8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.
An Infamous Army

9. Read a book with a 1 word title.
Oathbreaker

10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
Terra Incognita - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3SDV...

11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
The Third Circle

12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.
A Creepy Company 156 pages

13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).
Glory in Death see task 25

14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in
The Duchess War


15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase

16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before
Reading Lolita in Tehran

17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.
Heidi

18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.
Everything on a Waffle (Coal Harbour #1) by Polly Horvath

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.
The Phoenix and the Carpet

20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.
The Pale Horseman


21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).
A Slip of the Keyboard: Collected Non-Fiction

22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.
Witch Week

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.
The Betrayal of Trust

24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on Goodreads.
Fool Moon

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.
Naked in Death (In Death, #1) by J.D. Robb


message 10: by Zuleka (new)

Zuleka Kok | 231 comments 7/25
Tasks
1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).
✔2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend
3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it
4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover.
✔5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
All the Bright Places
✔6. Read a book where the main character is female
The Kiss of Deception
✔7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.
The Scorch Trials
8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.
✔9. Read a book with a 1 word title.
Fangirl
10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.
13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).
14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in
15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title
16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before
17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.
18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.
19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.
20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.
✔21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).
Eragon
22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.
23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.
24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.
✔25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.
Cicada Song


message 11: by Monique (last edited May 03, 2016 09:49PM) (new)

Monique von Geyso (moniquevg) | 84 comments Completed 16/25
1. Read a book written by an SA author(s).

2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it

4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover

5. Read a book by an author you've never read before
Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger

6. Read a book where the main character is female
Cinder by Marissa Meyer

7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year.

8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

9. Read a book with a 1 word title.
Vain by Fisher Amelie

10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed.
Fury by Fisher Amelie
Song: Fury by Muse
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VPiv...

11. Read a book written under a pseudonym.
The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith

12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long.
The BFG by Roald Dahl

13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded).
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake

14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard - February

15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title.
Matilda by Roald Dahl

16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before.
Blameless by Gail Carriger Italy

17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours.

18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover.

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title.

20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor.
Greed by Fisher Amelie

21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count).
I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter

22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter.
Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution.

24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads.
Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title.


message 12: by Vernice (last edited May 03, 2016 12:12AM) (new)

Vernice (fictionfantastic) | 0 comments I'm a bit late to this party, but seeing as it's still running I thought I'd join anyway!

Progress: 20/25

✔ 1. Read a book written by an SA author(s) - Apocalypse Now Now

✔ 2. Read a book that's title has 5 or more words. - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

✔ 3. Read a book that has fewer than 1000 ratings at the time you started it - Hot Summer Reads: An Anthology of Erotic Stories

✔ 4. Read a book with some kind of food, sweet or drink on the cover - Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny (tea)

✔ 5. Read a book by an author you've never read before - The Road

✔ 6. Read a book where the main character is female - At the Water's Edge

✔ 7. Read a book that had been on your To Read list for more than a year - Fangirl

✔ 8. Read a book which features some form of fighting as an important element of the story - The Princess Bride

✔ 9. Read a book with a 1 word title - Xingu

✔ 10. Read a book that's title is also a song title (the exact title). Link to the song on YouTube when completed - Carry On

Link to Carry On by Fun on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7yCL...

✔ 11. Read a book written under a pseudonym - Rage by Richard Bachman (Stephen King)

✔ 12. Read a book between 150 and 200 pages long - Coraline

13. Read a book with a word in the title that appears in another book's title that you used in this challenge ("The" and "a" and other common joining words are excluded) -

✔ 14. Read a book published in the month that you were born in - I Am Legend

✔ 15. Read a book with a person or place name in the title - Flowers for Algernon

✔ 16. Read a book set in an actual country (not fictional) which you have never read as a setting before - The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared

17. Read a book by an author whose surname starts with the same letter as yours -

✔ 18. Read a book that features a domesticated animal on the cover - I Could Chew on This

19. Read a book with the name of a mythological creature in the title -

✔ 20. Pick a book that you rated 5 stars in the last three years. Read another novel by the same author. If the book is a short story anthology featuring multiple authors, read another by the same editor - Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

✔ 21. Read a book whose title starts with a vowel (A, An etc. count) - A Head Full of Ghosts

✔ 22. Read book with a two-word title, where both words start with the same letter - Bird Box

23. Read a book set in a hospital or a mental institution -

✔ 24. Read a book whose star rating is higher than 4 on goodreads - The Perks of Being a Wallflower

25. Read a book with an insect or arachnid on the cover or in the title -


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Carolien (carolien_s) | 2152 comments Mod
Done!


message 14: by Janice (new)

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Congrats!


message 15: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jevine) | 768 comments Well done


message 16: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jevine) | 768 comments Finished!


message 17: by Carolien (new)

Carolien (carolien_s) | 2152 comments Mod
Well done!

I suppose we'll have to start nominations for the next one soon.


message 18: by Janice (new)

Janice | 1820 comments Mod
Done!


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Janice | 1820 comments Mod
Good luck to everybody still busy with this challenge. You can do it!

Nominations for the 2016 MishMash challenge is now open:
https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...


message 20: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jevine) | 768 comments Congratulations


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Well done!


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