A 2013 Reading Challenge – Historical Tapestry’s Historical Fiction Challenge

HFReadingChallenge2013-V2The Historical Fiction Challenge is always the first reading challenge I sign up for each year.  I know it’s the challenge that I’ll rock at due to the large amount of historical fiction books I read.  The folks over at the  Historical Tapestry blog are doing the hosting again, so if you want to get in on the fun, sign-up now!

I’m going to be entering the challenge at the “Ancient History” level.  That level requires me to read/review 25+ historical fiction novels.  2012 isn’t even over and I’m in the 40′s for this year, so I don’t see it being a problem.

If you are interested in joining in the challenge you can find all of the information here.

Happy Reading!


12 thoughts on “A 2013 Reading Challenge – Historical Tapestry’s Historical Fiction Challenge

  1. Clicked the link to sign up for the challenge but couldn’t see how / where to leave the requested comment?? Help… Also didn’t quite follow the different periods – are they just headings for levels of challenge or do the books have to come from those eras?

    • There should be a little box underneath all of the names of the people who signed up where you can link back to your blog post about your sign up. If you don’t have a blog you can just sign up in the comments on their page.

      The periods I think are just names for the challenge levels. Like I signed up for Ancient Egypt, but my books don’t have to be about Ancient Egypt!

      Hope this helps! Good luck with the challenge!!

  2. Sounds like a fun challenge. I know you already have more than enough books to read for your challenge. However, since you mentioned that you want to read ancient history historical fictions, you should definitely check out “Shadow of the Sun” by Merrie P. Wycoff. The story is told through the eyes of Princess Meri-Taten, daughter of the heretic Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti. It was so good, I seriously couldn’t put it down. Good luck with your challenge!


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