Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Reading Challenge: What Would Jane Do Reading Challenge 2015 Hosted By Writing Our Fairy Tale

Challenge: What Would Jane Do Reading Challenge 2015
Host: Mrs. Vucci @ Writing Our Fairy Tale
Timeframe: January 1st-December 31st 2015.
What counts: crossover books from other challenges/E-books/audiobooks/print books/films (depending on the level you select)
Levels:  There are a few different ways to participate in this challenge and this is how they break down:
Just Austen- Books only Written by Jane Austen herself
A Touch of Pride: Read 1-3 books
Learning Sense: Read 4+ books
Jane Austen and Beyond- Books written by Jane and books that include variation of one of her works, sequels and/or books that use her as a fictional character.
Expanding Emmagination: Read 1-3 books by Jane Austen and 1-3 books that fall into one or all of the other categories.
Jane’s Persuasion: Read 4+ books by Jane Austen and 4+ books from the other categories
Jane’s Wisdom: Read 3-5 (Austen’s own work or variations) books and watch 3-5 movies
What Would Jane Do Official Challenge: Read 8+ (Austen’s own work or variations) books and watch 8+ movies.
Level I’m choosing: What Would Jane Do Official Challenge
Reason for doing this challenge: I’m a huge Janeite, but lately I’ve been slacking on my Austen-inspired reads. Plus, I have a mountain of Austen-inspired reads that I received for Christmas presents that I am just itching to devour.

1-Death Comes To Pemberley PD James
2- Austenland by Shannon Hale
3- Midnight at Austenland by Shannon Hale
4- Searching for Captain Wentworth
5-Darkness Falls Upon Pemberley by Susan Adriani
6- Persuade Me by Juliet Archer
7- Captain Wentworth Home from the Sea by Mary Lydon Simonsen
8- ?

1-Emma (2009 BBC adaptation)
2-Death Comes To Pemberley  
3- Austenland
4- Lost in Austen
5- Persuasion
6- Pride & Prejudice (1940 adaptation)
7-Becoming Jane
8-Miss Austen Regrets


Quinn's Book Nook said...

this sounds like the most awesome challenge ever. So much fun. I love Jane Austen, too. Enjoy!

Angela @ Simply Angela said...

I'm always looking for an excuse to read or re-read Jane Austen.