Saturday, January 16, 2010

More 2010 Reading Challenges! Plaidy and Mistresses

Arleigh and Lucy have planned a GRAND Plaidy Lady Challenge!

Last year, we had a wonderful turnout for our reading challenge and so we’ve decided to go on a grander scale and make it official!

Challenge will begin January 15, 2010 and end on Dec. 15, 2010.

Please Note: You must have a blog to participate. If you don’t have one, you can sign up very quickly and easily at and at least post what books you’re reading, if not reviews.

Thank to Heather at The Maidens Court I am also going to jump on this one too!

Hosted by The Misadventures of Moppet
Runs from January 1st, 2010 to December 31st, 2010. But this is an ongoing challenge and I will be renewing it next year.
Join anytime during the year – just leave a comment, with a link to your signup post if you do one – you don’t have to! Anyone can join, you don’t have to have a blog.
Books can be re-reads, or can overlap with other challenges.
If you’d like me to include a link to your review, leave me a comment or email me at: misadventuresofmoppet [at] googlemail [dot] com.
Choose your own level. You can change level anytime or change your mind about the books you will read at any time. I noticed other people have fun names for their challenge levels, so here are mine:

Orange Girl – Read one book

Maid of Honour – Read up to three books

Courtesan – Read up to five books

Maitresse en titre – Read up to seven books

Secret Wife – Read more than seven books!

I am picking Maid of Honour, 3 books
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  1. Oh my goodness! I didn't know there was a royal mistress reading challenge! And with such cute level names!! I will definitely be joining this one.

  2. allie Lucy posted a comment that she is doing her own challenge that opens on Monday. I can not wait to see what she came up with. You know it has to be good.

    I know the Mistresses is a good one. The hard part is they have to legit mistresses to qualify.

  3. Welcome to the Royal Mistress Challenge Lizzy! Have fun with it.

    I will run it next year as well and will probably open it to fictional mistresses then. In the meantime, I should specify that non-fiction counts too.

  4. Oh read my mind. I was just thinking about mistresses. I started The Loves of Charles II by Jean Plaidy today. Well we all know Charles was a notorious ladies man.

    I love a good/bad love story.


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