Authors A to Z Reading Challenge – Samantha’s List

Here’s my list for the 2015 Authors A to Z Reading Challenge, which I’ll update throughout the year.

2015-authors-bannerCompleted on: 31 December 2015!

A: Aeschylus – Prometheus Bound, The Suppliants, Seven Against Thebes, The Persians
B: Joanna Briscoe – You
C: Cicero – On the Good Life
D: Fyodor Dostoevsky – Netochka Nezvanova
E: Euripides — Electra and Other Plays
F: Stephen Fry – The Liar
G: Elizabeth Gaskell – Mary Barton
H: Alice Hoffman – Fortune’s Daughter
I: Eva Ibbotson – Journey to the River Sea
J: Miles Jupp — In and Out of the Kitchen
K: Marian Keyes – Watermelon
L: Lois Lowry – Messenger
M: Daphne du Maurier – Rebecca
N: E. Nesbit – The Story of the Treasure Seekers
O: Ruth Ozeki – A Tale For the Time Being
P: Alexander Pushkin – The Queen of Spades and Other Stories
Q: Sarah Quigley – The Conductor
R: Kit Rocha – Beyond Shame
S: Jennifer E. Smith – The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
T: Leo Tolstoy – Resurrection
U: Anne Ursu – Breadcrumbs
V: Carrie Vaughn – Kitty and the Midnight Hour
W: Evelyn Waugh – A Handful of Dust
X: Malcolm X – Speeches By Malcom X: The Ultimate Collection
Y: Yamaguchi, Noboru – Zero no Tsukaima (The Familiar of Zero), Vol. 1
Z: Paul Zindel — My Darling, My Hamburger

5 thoughts on “Authors A to Z Reading Challenge – Samantha’s List

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    • Thanks for checking in, and I’m glad to hear you’ve been enjoying the challenge so far, and making such wonderful progress! The sign-up post contains links of everyone who’s signed up for the challenge, so that’s where I’d start.

      As for myself, I’ll be updating my blog with reviews throughout the year, and editing my book lists to reflect the ones I’ve read. Hope that answers your question, and happy reading!

      • Ah ok. Too bad. It is a bit too time consuming for me to search through everybody’s blogs for their posts (if they even have ’em) wiht updates and thoughts on the challenge. Ah well. *returns to reading*

        • It’ll certainly be time-consuming for anyone to go through the individual blogs, but I was thinking of making quarterly posts to which participants can talk a bit about their progress. I’ll put up the first check-in post at the end of this month, and hopefully that’ll allow everyone to see what everyone else has been up to. :)

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