Saturday, November 1, 2014

Jumble Your Genres Reading Challenge: November ~ Historical Fiction


So this year Readers Live A Thousand Lives, Corrie The Book Crazed Girl, and Lovin' Los Libros have teamed up to host the Jumble Your Genres Reading Challenge! For this challenge, the goal is to mix up the genres/categories we read. We have all had those times when we have gotten stuck in the genre/category we are currently reading and read nothing else for a while. The goal here is to mix that up! Each month we will feature a different genre/category and the goal is to read and review one book or more in that genre/category during that month. This month we are focusing on Historical Fiction. If you want to find out more and join in, go sign up here.


Wow. This was really hard! I really don't read historical fiction, so when I was picking favorites I really had to think back. But here are a few! 

The Scarlet Letter       Fever 1793      The Outsiders


Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2)    Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1)    The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia, #1)




 I have decided to read Mine Till Midnight (The Hathaways #1)
by Lisa Kleypas. Now that I'm a bit older, I definitely have to read a more romance based historical fiction book!

Mine Till Midnight (The Hathaways, #1)





6 comments:

  1. I hope you enjoy your pick, sweets! I love your favorites up there! I've been wanting to read Fever 1793 ever since I read my first Laurie Halse Anderson book this year! Glad to see it's a fave of yours! *huge hugs*

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    1. You must read Fever! I adored that book so much when I was younger! Read it about three times :)

      I loves you !!'

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  2. Great classic choices girl! :) I loved The Outsiders! I haven't read any of Kleypas's books, but I hope you enjoy this one!

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    1. Oh! The Outsiders is such a good book! One of my favorite classics!

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  3. Enjoy your book :) I used to read a lot of historical fiction (adult) before I started reading YA fiction. I have sadly neglected historical fiction now, but I do have some historical fiction books on my wish list. I love Carlos Ruiz Zafon's books for example. They're perfect for book lovers! You should check them out.

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    1. I was really into Historical Fiction when I was younger, but then I switched to YA as I got older. I hope I really like the one I picked!

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