2022 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge

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In true train wreck fashion, I’m driving myself mad working on my TBR for 2022. You wouldn’t think it was a big deal. Just pick up a book and read it. But it’s not that simple.

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If you look up Libra in the dictionary, you’ll see my picture. Standard operating indecisive Libra. The thing is, I want to read all the books but I can only read so much. So, I’ve started getting into reading challenges. They set an expectation and give boundaries but they also give me the freedom to read what I want in those parameters. It’s like a book club with less rules. (Nothing against my book clubs. I love yas. And if you need a book club, here are a few of my faves. The ParaCozy Book Club https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4VY1KTWXqMODEh8F9hp4_g features cozy mysteries with a paranormal touch. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9wHHIeI1Oj7Fkb8_WXVmuBYQXS2bFLMx The Cozy Escape Book Club is just plain old regular cozy mysteries. Lisa and Court are so funny and personable and I love them so much.)

But they’re not a challenge per se. So, to the interwebs I went in search of something to help me get my TBR together. And I found this.

Short version, all you have to do is read a book that starts with a letter of the alphabet. I mean, how easy is that? (Damn you, letter X!)

So, here’s my TBR so far. There’s only twenty six books here. My goal is a hundred for the year. This doesn’t include the fourteen rom coms I’m planning on reading in February or the thirteen horror books for October or the twenty five Christmas books for December. Or any book club books. Or ARC copies I receive.

You know, that’s a lot of books when it’s laid out like that.

On to the TBR.

The Angels’ Share: A Wine Country Mystery (Wine Country Mysteries, 10)

by Ellen Crosby

Murder, She Wrote: Blood on the Vine (Murder She Wrote Book 15)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

The Candy Cane Caper (Cozy Culinary Mystery)

by Josi S. Kilpack

Murder, She Wrote: Dying to Retire (Murder She Wrote Book 21)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

Espresso Shot

by Cleo Coyle

Murder, She Wrote: A Fatal Feast (Murder She Wrote Book 32)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

Gone Haunting in Deadwood (The Deadwood Humorous Mystery)

by Ann Charles

Murder, She Wrote: Highland Fling Murders (Murder She Wrote Book 8)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain (Author)

In Want of a Knife: A Little Library Mystery

by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli

The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries (Mrs. Jeffries Mysteries Book 1)

by Emily Brightwell

Kissing Christmas Goodbye: An Agatha Raisin Mystery

by M. C. Beaton

Murder, She Wrote: a Little Yuletide Murder

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

Manhattans and Murder: The Murder, She Wrote Mysteries, Book 2

Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

Never Con a Corgi: Volume 6 (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series)

by Edie Claire

An Open Spook (A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery)

by E.J. Copperman

Murder, She Wrote: Provence–To Die For (Murder She Wrote Book 17)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

The Question of the Missing Head (An Asperger’s Mystery, 1)

by E. J. Copperman

Murder, She Wrote: Rum and Razors (Murder She Wrote Book 3)

by Jessica Fletcher (Author), Donald Bain

Something Read Something Dead: A Lighthouse Library Mystery

by Eva Gates

To Catch a Witch: A Wishcraft Mystery

by Heather Blake

An Uninvited Ghost

E.J. Copperman

The Vineyard Victims

Ellen Crosby

A Witch to Remember: A Wishcraft Mystery

Heather Blake

Yarn to Go: Yarn Retreat Mystery Series, Book 1

Betty Hechtman

The Zombie Ball: (An Eli Marks Mystery Book 6) (The Eli Marks Mysteries)

by John Gaspard

There you have it. Twenty five (I hate you, X) cozy mysteries I plan on reading in 2022. Are you doing a reading challenge this year? Share it with us. I’m always up for adding my books to my list and shelf.

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https://shopstyle.it/l/bBs0r This looks so comfy cozy. I would wear this curled up on the couch with a book and a cup of coffee.

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