2021 Reading Challenge: Netgalley and Edelweiss

I am excited to be participating in the 2021 Netgalley and Edelweiss Reading Challenge hosted by Socrates Book Reviews (sign up here).

Challenge guidelines…

  • The challenge runs from January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021. There is no deadline to sign up.
  • Everyone is welcome to participate – you do not need to have a blog.
  • Any genre, release date, length, etc. counts – it just needs to be a book from NetGalley or Edelweiss.
  • Books can count for more than one challenge that you are participating in.
  • The first day of each month I will post a monthly “link-up” for you to link your reviews. If you forget one month, no worries, just catch up the next month.

My Goal: 25 Books from NetGalley

Books read with links to their reviews:

  1. My Name is Anton by Catherine Ryan Hyde
  2. An American In Paris by Siobhan Curham
  3. Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy by Nancy Naigle
  4. The Newlyweds by Arianne Richmonde
  5. Meet Me in Bombay by Jenny Ashcroft
  6. The Awakening by Andreas Suchanek
  7. The Watchmaker of Dachau by Carly Schabowski
  8. Max and The Spice Thieves by John Peragine
  9. My Mother’s Secret by Julia Roberts
  10. Dreaming Under An Island Skye by Lisa Hobman
  11. The Little Orchard on the Lane by Tilly Tennant
  12. Rea and The Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi
  13. The Billionaire’s Mask by Margarette Grey
  14. Long Walk Home by Ellyn Oaksmith
  15. The Viscount’s Heir by Veronica Crowe
  16. Going Greek by Sue Roberts
  17. The Girl I Used to Be by Heidi Hostetter

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