2015 Reading Assignment Challenge

The 2015 Reading Assignment is a new challenge created by Fantasy is more Fun and Because Reading. Here is what the hosts have to say about the challenge:

Commit to reading 1, 2, 3, or 4 books a month and MAKE A LIST of the SPECIFIC books you will read in 2015. This is the point of the challenge: You’re committing to reading a set list of books and a certain number of them each month. It’s your chance to finally hold yourself accountable for those books you keep promising yourself you’ll read!

I am signing up for Level 2 which means I’ll be reading 12 books (1 book per month) in the year for this challenge.

Here are the books that I’ll be reading:

January: Inside India by Halide Edib
February: Terrorism, Insurgency, and Indian English Literature (1830-1947) by Alex Tickell.
March: White Mughals by William Dalrymple
April: The Setting Sun by Bart Moore-Gilbert
May: The Cradle Song by G. Martinez Sierra
June: Ayesha by H. Rider Haggard
July:The Lessons by Naomi Alderman
August:  Millitant Nationalism in the Punjab by Kamlesh Mohan
September: The House of Blue Mangoes by David Davidhar
October: Terror and the Postcolonial (Ed) E. Boehmer
November: Masks of Conquest by Gauri Viswanathan
December: The Boat by L.P. Hartley

Interested? Sign-Up here.

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