From Wendy's site:
What is the #TBRChallenge?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: once a month pull a dormant book out of your TBR pile and read it. On the 3rd Wednesday of the month, talk about that book.Participation is as easy as being on social media!
- If you're on social media all you need to do is use the #TBRChallenge hashtag - there's no need to sign-up and your participation can vary throughout the year.
- You can use this hashtag on any day, at any time - but we're still going to concentrate on the 3rd Wednesday of every month to kick our commentary into high gear.
- The idea is to have at least one day a month where we can always count on there being book chatter.
Want to let your blogging freak flag fly? If you have a blog and want to post TBR commentary there, drop me a comment on this post with a link to your blog or hit me up on Twitter. I like to post links to the various blogs on my TBR Challenge page so those who follow along can start following you.
Sound good? Of course it does! So what are the themes for 2022? So glad you asked!
January 19 - Quickie
February 16 - Fairy Tale
March 16 - Grumpy
April 20 - Location, Location, Location
May 18 - Tales of Old
June 15 - After the War
July 20 - Vintage
August 17 - Blue Collar
September 21 - Animals
October 19 - Flirting with Danger
November 16 - Lies
December 21 - Festive
Good luck and happy reading!
January: The Darkest Destiny by Gena Showalter (novella)
February: The Sisters of the Winter Wood by Rena Rossner (fairy tale)
March: Battle Royal by Lucy Parker (grumpy)
April: Float Plan by Trish Doller (location)
May: Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik (tales of old)
June: To Taste Temptation by Elizabeth Hoyt (after war)
July: No Man's Bride by Shana Galen (vintage trope)