My second reading challenge for next year will be The Speculative Fiction challenge 2012 hosted by Adventures of 2.0

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Timeline: 01 Jan 2012 – 31 Dec 2012. You can sign up from now right up until 31 Nov 2012.

Rules: The levels are back this year! Just pick your level and declare it in your post or in the comments below:

* Nosey: 3 novels
* Excited: 6 novels
* Content: 12 novels
* In Nirvana: 24 novels
* Obsessed: 48 novels

There is no need to list your books now (unless you are like me and love making lists), just pick as you go along and have fun! Books can most definitely be counted towards other challenges.

Any book format (ebook, print, audio) counts!

And because it can sometimes get a bit confusing (from Carolyns original post), Genres:

* Science Fiction: hard/soft SF, cyberpunk, time travel, alternative history, space opera
* Fantasy Fiction: dark fantasy, urban fantasy, magic realism, quest, mythical fantasy, steampunk
* Horror Fiction: paranormal, gothic literature, splatterpunk
* Supernatural Fiction
* Superhero Fiction
* Utopian and Dystopian Fiction
* Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Fiction

I’m going to go for the Obsessed level with 48 books. These will mostly be from my TBR pile, and combined with the Off the Shelf challenge, and audiobooks.

Read:
1, Sharon Lee: Carousel Tides (fantasy)
2, Tara Maya: Sacrifice (fantasy)
3, Tom Strong: Book Three (SF)
4, Tara Maya: Root (fantasy)
5, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Enemy Unseen (SF)
6, Kim Stanley Robinson: Red Mars (SF)
7, C. J. Cherryh: Faded Sun: Kutath
8, Tom Strong: Book Four
9, Kristine Kathryn Rusch: Boneyards
10, John Vornholt: A Time to be Born
11, John Vornholt: A Time to Die
12, John Scalzi: Fuzzy Nation
13, Tom Strong: Book Five
14, Christoper Golden and Nancy Holder: Out of the Madhouse
15, H. Beam Piper: Little Fuzzy
16, Christoper Golden and Nancy Holder: The Ghost Roads
18, Christoper Golden and Nancy Holder: Sons of Entropy
19, Cherie Priest: Clementine
20, Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games
21, Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore: A Time to Sow
22, Cherie Priest: Dreadnought
23, Avengers Assemble vol. 1
24, Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore: A Time to Harvest
25, Cherie Priest: Ganymede
26, Robin McKinley: Spindle’s End
27, Jennifer Estep: Spider’s Bite
28, Carolyn Crane: Mind Games
29, Barbara Hambly: Dragonsbane
30, Kevin Hearne: Hounded
31, Jules Verne: From Earth to the Moon
32, Robert Greenberger: A Time To Love
33, Liz Williams: The Iron Khan
34, Robin McKinley: Sunshine
35, Jack Vance: The Dying Earth
36, Elizabeth A. Lynn: Watchtower
37, Liz Williams: Empire of Bones
38, Ray Bradbury: Something Wicked This Way Comes
39, Tanya Huff: Blood Price
40, Tanya Huff: Blood Trail
41, Neil Gaiman: Neverwhere
42, Carolyn Crane: Double Cross
43, Fritz Leiber: Swords in the Mist
44, Sarah Jane Stratford: The Moonlight Brigade
45, C. J. Cherryh: Downbelow Station
46, Teresa Frohock: Miserere
47, Liz Williams: Darkland
48, Liz Williams: Bloodmind

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