#FFRC2020 Reading Challenge progress as of April 18, 2020

This year I put myself out on a limb and created a reading challenge.

Four other bloggers have decided to join me in #FFRC2020

Here are the eight criteria for the challenge:

And here is MY progress so far – only ONE title checked off…

(clearly I’ll have to do better…)

Here are the titles that these other great bloggers have read towards completion of the challenge:

Sheila (from The Quiet Geordie blog) has completed 3/8 of the criteria:

“A Cotswold Killing” by Rebecca Tope (name of a place)
“N or M?” by Agatha Christie (title is a question)
Police at the funeral” by Margery Allingham (title contains an occupation)


Carla (from Carla Loves to Read) has completed 4/8 of the criteria:

“The Amish teacher‘s dilemma” by Patricia Davids (title contains an occupation)
“The Bookish life of Nina Hill” by Abbi Waxman (title contains first and last names of a person)
Mercy House” by Alena Dillon (title is the name of a building)
“The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek” by Kim Michele Richardson (name of a place)


Debbie (from ExUrbanis) has completed 3/8 of the criteria:

“The Dutch House” by Ann Patchett (title is the name of a building)
Daisy Jones & the Six” by Taylor Jenkins Reid (title contains first and last names of a person)
“Watching the Detectives” by Julie Mulhern (title contains an occupation)


Jules (from One More Word) has completed 1/8 of the criteria:

“The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep” by H.G. Parry (title contains first and last names of a person)


Thanks to all the bloggers who have joined me in this challenge and I wish you all luck in completing them before December 31st, 2020

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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13 Responses to #FFRC2020 Reading Challenge progress as of April 18, 2020

  1. I was going to join in as well and completely forgot about it Lynne. I’ve read Uriah Heep so I’ve got one already! 😀

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  2. You’re off to a slow start, but I think you will succeed in the end!

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  3. Carol says:

    Good luck everyone! I saw your Challenge after I was knee deep in other challenges and didn’t add yours. It would be interesting to see now how many of what I’ve read would qualify for the challenge!

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  4. carhicks says:

    We will all get there eventually. I have all my books picked out, but just fitting them in is the problem. Good luck to everyone.

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    • Yes Carla, I’m sure I’ll complete the challenge – it is just a matter of when. LOL
      Lately I’ve been participating in more blog tours than I usually do, so haven’t been able to schedule these reads. Soon though, very soon.

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      • carhicks says:

        I am taking most of June, July and August off from tours, especially as that is pool weather, at least I hope I can open the pool and have friends and family over by then, so will catch up on my various challenges.

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        • Oh wouldn’t that be wonderful! I’m not confident this will be over by summer. I know it won’t be over enough to sow my garden at the cottage. A summer with no vegetable garden…. doesn’t bear thinking about. Now in Nova Scotia they are adamant that no one open up their cottages for the season as they don’t want anyone to leave their own ‘community’.

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          • carhicks says:

            They are having major issues in BC with people opening their cottages on the small islands where there is basically no healthcare. The people who live there are so upset.

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