Thursday, 2 January 2014

Meet the Protagonist Reading Challenge 2014

Joanne over on Litlequeen rules is hosting the "Meet the Protagonist" Reading challenge.

What is a protagonist? The leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or other fictional text.

The Protagonist Categories:

  • A woman who is a mother.
  • A real life person who is written into a fictional story.
  • A person that changes forms.
  • A person who is from a country different than the one you currently live in.
  • A person who lived before WW1.
  • A person who lives by a body of water. 
  • A person younger than 18. 
  • A character that is in a book series.
The rules:
The challenge runs until the 31st of December 2014.
Read one book in each of the categories. 
A book can only be used once.
You don't need to list your books ahead of time.
Crossover with other challenges is welcome.
Re-reads count. Audiobooks count. E-books count. Self-published books count. Short stories and essay collections are allowed, but only if all the stories are about the same person.

I can already see some of the categories overlapping with several of my other numerous reading challenges this year. I think it's going to be a fun one, and it's nice with a challenge that can be completed with reading less than ten books. 

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