Audio Book Challenge ~ 2010

Audiobooks have become my latest addiction and I acquire them with almost the same frightening speed that I require my other books.  Given entire year (January -December, 2010) I should be able to complete the Audio Book Challenge at the Obsessed Level by listening to 20 books.

Challenge Guidelines:
1. Anyone can join. You don’t need a blog to participate.
–Non-Bloggers: Include your information in the comment section.

2. There are four levels:
— Curious – Listen to 3 Audio Books.

— Fascinated – Listen to 6 Audio Books.
— Addicted – Listen to 12 Audio Books.
Obsessed – Listen to 20 Audio Books.
3. Audio books only.
4. You can list your books in advance or just put them in a wrap up post. If you list them, feel free to change them as the mood takes you.
5. Challenge begins January 1st thru December, 2010. Only books started on January 1st count towards this challenge.

  1. I, Alex Cross, by James Patterson
  2. The Hemmingses of Monticello, Annette Gordon-Reed
  3. Angelica, by Arthur Philips
  4. Better Than I Know Myself, DeBerry and Donna Grant
  5. A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens
  6. The Monster of Florence, by Douglas Preston with Mario Spezi
  7. Renegade: The Making of A President, by Richard Wolfe
  8. The Story Sisters, by Alice Hoffman
  9. Waiting for Columbus, by Thomas Trofimuk
  10. Stories, by Zora Neale Hurston
  11. 206 Bones, by Kathy Reichs


  1. A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens
  2. The Time Machine, by H.G. Wells
  3. The Monster of Florence, by Douglas Preston and Mario Spezzi

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  1. You are on a challenge roll, girl! It is hard to say no! I joined this one too. I didn’t go back and count my audios in 2009, but I would guess I listened to at least 30 or 40, and that included those huge Outlander audios! I love audios. They allow the ultimate multi-tasking, and keep my brain occupied when I clean the house, weed, clean the pool, walking or driving around. You’ve got some great books on your list too!
    .-= Sandy´s last blog ..The Sunday Salon: An Early Christmas =-.

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