Saturday, December 22, 2018

Royal Reading Challenge 2019 Sign-Up and TBR

If you've spent any time at all on this blog, you've probably noticed that I LOVE stories about royalty, so when I came across the Royal Reading Challenge hosted by Adriana at She's Got Books on Her Mind, I knew I had to participate!  You can get all the details on her website, but basically the challenge boils down to any book, in any format, that has a royal theme: "Books that center around anyone with a royal title (Prince, Princess, Queen, Duke, etc.), knights, castles, kingdoms, or heroic quests."  There are 6 challenge levels:
  • Knight: 1-3 books
  • Baron or Baroness: 4-6 books
  • Earl or Countess: 7-9 books
  • Duke or Duchess: 10-12 books
  • Prince or Princess: 13- 15 books
  • King or Queen: 15+ books
Right now I'm aiming for Duke/Duchess level.  I found a good mix of genres: contemporary, historical fiction, fantasy, there's even a nonfiction title in there!  And of course, since I'm obsessed with the Tudors, they show up quite often!

What's your favorite book about royalty?


  1. Oh wow, this challenge has your name all over it!

  2. Royals was so good. I hope you enjoy it. A Royal Match and The Royal Runaway are two I have my eye on. I hope they are great.

  3. Thank you for joining the challenge! I just read To Kill a Kingdom. I hope you enjoy it (:
    So many of these books I'm interested in mostly The Royal Runaway. I read the synopsis at my library not too long ago and it sounds really good.
    P.S. The Duke/Duchess means you get to pick one. I assume you would want to be a duchess?

    1. Yes, I've been looking forward to The Royal Runaway for awhile!

      Haha, yes, Duchess please!

  4. What an interesting challenge! I hope that you enjoy the titles that you have chosen to read. Royals is definitely one that I enjoyed. :)

    1. Thank you! Yes, I've seen Royals around so much this year!

  5. What a great idea!! Enjoy the challenge!


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