A 2011 Reading Challenge – Jane Austen Mystery Series

Being a Jane Austen Mystery Challenge 2011Trying to read 100 books a year obviously shows that I like a reading challenge, wouldn’t you say?  Austenprose (a fabulous blog dedicated to all things Jane Austen) is hosting a challenge that I couldn’t turn down.  Over the course of the next year I’m going to be reading the entire Jane Austen mystery series by Stephanie Barron.

I will be entering the challenge with the aficionado level.  This means I must read all 11 books in the series.  This past year I was fortunate enough to be introduced to the first book in the series and loved it!

For those interested in joining the challenge, more information is available at Austenprose.

For an added bonus check out author Stephanie Barron’s blog, where over the course of the challenge she’ll discuss what it was like to write and research the series!

Thanks to both Austenprose and Stephanie Barron for the opportunity to delve into this wonderful series!

As a side note – if anyone is aware of any other reading challenges they think might be of interest to me out there on the web, please leave a comment with the link to the challenge and I’ll check it out.

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6 thoughts on “A 2011 Reading Challenge – Jane Austen Mystery Series

  1. Pingback: Being a Jane Austen Mystery Reading Challenge 2011 « Austenprose – A Jane Austen Blog

  2. Hey Kim! Are you going to hit 100? I enjoy your blog. Quick ideas for fast reads: A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid and Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk by David Sedaris. Collection of satirical Aesop-type fables.

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