March Monthly Challenge

March Monthly Challenge



1.'M' is for March: Read a book that starts with 'M' or a book whose author's first or last name starts with 'M'.

2. Happy Anniversary! Read a book that was published in March of any year or read a book of an RRRC member that joined in March of any year. Here’s the link to member list: Beginning with March 2016

3. Featured Author Challenge Marie Force. Read one book written by Marie Force or any author with her first or last name. Link to Marie Force's backlist

Fun Facts about Marie:
• Marie has written more than 50 books…contemporary and also writes the erotic romance Quantum Series under the name of M.S. Force
• Marie grew up in Rhode Island and now lives there
• Her husband Dan is retired Navy…they lived for a time in Spain and Maryland
• She dotes on her dogs…Louie and Brandy

You may also read a book by M.S. Force, a book that’s set in Rhode Island, or has a character that’s in the military or another service that keeps us safe. Or read a book with a pet on the cover.

4. March 4th and Do Something Day! A day to do something you ‘haven’t done before. Read a book by an author or genre you have NOT read before, or a book where someone does a charitable act for another.

5. March 12, daylight savings time begins: First suggested by Benjamin Franklin and first adopted by Germany as a way to ‘save the light’…then why do we feel like we lose sleep!
Read a book that’s set in Germany, set in a different time (ie historical or future), involves time-travel, or has the word ‘save’ or ‘light’ anywhere in the title or series (Examples: Saving Grace by Julie Garwood or a Twilight Series book by Stephanie Meyer).

6. March 13, Jewel Day: In many societies jewelry is worn as a way of reflecting one's status in society…something beautiful. Read a book that has any kind jewelry on the cover or a book that you would consider a ‘beautiful love story.’

7. March 19, Let’s Laugh Day: Read a book considered humorous/funny

8. March 23, Make up your Own Holiday Day: Read a book with any holiday included in the storyline or if you can’t find one…read a book that you would read while ‘on holiday’.

9. March 28, Something ‘on a stick’ Day: Read a book that has anything on the cover that could be considered ‘a stick’ or one that includes cooking as part of the story line ie chef/bakery.

10. Reader's Choice: Read any book of your choice





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