Duration: 1st May – 31st May 2019
Number of books: 5
Hosted by:Crazy Challenge Connection
This month’s Wandering the CCC challenge is based on a section most of you probably discovered quite some time ago, our Hello and Welcome section, at the very top of our group’s page.
1. The first folder in this section is Hi! My name is…, where we hope you’ve already introduced yourself. If not, why don’t you take a moment to do so?
Read a book by a new-to-you author OR a book whose title contains a word with the letters HI, intact, but anywhere in the word (HIgh works, as does fisHIng) – Laughing All the Way to the Mosque by Zarqa Nawaz
2. Next up is our Master challenge list, which is updated monthly to reflect our group’s current active challenges.
Read a book you discovered on a list of some kind – bestsellers’ list, a Listopia list, or any other kind of list; tell us the list
OR a book by an author whose first and last initials can be found in MASTERCHALLENGE – The Radium Girls by Kate Moore (Our Shared Shelf)
3. If you have any questions about anything specific to the CCC, feel free to post your question in the Ask the mods thread. One of us will get back to you as soon as we can.
Read a book found on one of the CCC mods’ shelves; tell us the mod and the shelf – Coraline by Neil Gaiman (CCC shelf)
4. We would like to help you celebrate your birthday, so if you haven’t already shared your birthday with us in our Birthday celebrations thread, be sure to add it so we can wish you a happy day.
Read a book in which a
birthday or other occasion is celebrated; tell us the occasion OR a book originally published in the month of your birthday; tell us the month – Bit the Jackpot by Erin McCarthy (wedding)
5. If you’re not sure how to do something here on Goodreads – strike out text or use a spoiler tag, for example – be sure to look in our How do I…? thread. We’re planning to add a table of contents to the folder to make it easier to find questions that have already been asked, but for now, you’ll just need to scroll through the thread; sorry!
a book with a punctuation mark in the title (bonus if it’s a question mark) OR a book with a character who is a teacher of some sort – Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost