Thursday, December 26, 2019

2019 European Reading Challenge: Wrap-Up Post

Well, there's still almost a week of 2019 left, but I really don't think I'll be reading much of anything that would qualify for this challenge, so I'm wrapping things up.

The idea of the challenge was to read books by European authors or books set in European countries (no matter where the author comes from). I signed up to read four books, but only managed one: Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death, by M.C. Beaton (set in the UK).

Obviously, I was not much of a world traveler in 2019. A bit embarrassing, but I'm hoping to do much better in 2020, and I've already signed up for next year's challenge (you can do likewise here). Thanks so much to Gilion at Rose City Reader for hosting this one.


  1. Thanks for touring! You ended up taking only a short trip, but looks like a fun one! Glad you signed up again for 2020.

  2. I don't do many challenges these days, but I do love European settings and authors. I've been fascinated by Agatha Raisin from Netflix, so I think I should read M.C. Beaton's books.


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