You know I often stumble into little self-imposed reading challenges. The habit started a couple years ago, when I discovered I had a number of books with the same title. Since then, done it again, read all my books with Omega in the title, and I’m currently slowly reading all the alphas. I even did one where I had several books using the same stock photo on the cover and another where I just read books by people I’d met online. Sometimes it’s the little things that keep me amused. Plus, I have so many books, it’s often a relief to find some way to ease the what-to-read question.
Well, I started reading Blood Moons, last night. Then, as I had everything ordered roughly alphabetically, I noticed I had seven books with almost identical titles. There is some variation, a plural moon or Blood Moon being in the series title versus a book title, but it’s enough. ‘Imma read em,’ I thought, and thus was born the Blood Moon Challenge.
Part of what makes a challenge a challenge for me, is the intentionality of it. Declaring what I intend to do, so that I can accomplish it. You know, kind of like making a to-do list so that you can mark each item off. So, that’s what this first post is, my I-plan-to post. And I plan to read six books with Blood Moon(s) on the cover (that way I’m including both titles and series).
Here is a list of the books (most were free at the time of posting):
- Blood Moon, by Aimee Ash
- Blood Moons (The Blood Series #1), by Alianne Donnelly
- Prophecy (Blood Moon #1), by Madelynne Ellis
- Blood Moon (Moonstruck #1), by Silver James
- Surrender (Blood Moon #1), by Evie Ryan
- Fever (Blood Moon Rising #1), by Lola Taylor
- Ties To The Blood Moon (Blood Moon #1), by Robin P. Waldrop