Thursday, December 02, 2021

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2022 sign up post

 



Welcome to the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge for 2022! I am super excited to be hosting this challenge again this year. You are welcome to join if you are have participated before or if it is your first time!


Reading Challenge details

Each month, a new post dedicated to the HF Challenge will be created where you can add the links for the books you have read. To participate, you only have to follow the rules:

Everyone can participate! If you don't have a blog you can post a link to your review if it's posted on Goodreads, Facebook, or Amazon, or you can add your book title and thoughts in the comment section if you wish.


Add the link(s) of your review(s) including your name and book title to the Mister Linky we’ll be adding to our monthly post (please use the direct URL that will guide us directly to your review)
Any sub-genre of historical fiction is accepted (Historical Romance, Historical Mystery, Historical Fantasy, Young Adult, History/Non-Fiction, etc.)

During the following 12 months you can choose one of the different reading levels:

20th Century Reader - 2 books
Victorian Reader - 5 books
Renaissance Reader - 10 books
Medieval - 15 books
Ancient History - 25 books
Prehistoric - 50+ books

To join the challenge you only need to make a post about it, add your link in Mr. Linky below or just leave a link to your blog if you are not yet ready to post about it yet. If you don't have a blog you can just leave a comment for this post saying that you are joining, and link to your Facebook, Goodreads or other social media page where you will be sharing your reviews.

Don't forget to use the challenge hashtag #histficreadingchallenge, join in on the Facebook page, and grab your challenge badge here:








If you have any questions or suggestions let me know!

Are you excited about joining the challenge? What level of the challenge are you aiming for?

57 comments:

  1. I'm definitely in! I'll make an official post in a few weeks. I've read 57 books for the challenge this year, so I'm going to go in at the Prehistoric level for 2022. Thanks for hosting!

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  2. I an in for this new to me challenge. In 2021 I have read a total of 223 books. At least 80% were historical fiction, mostly WWII. I already have marked for 2022 30 books and at least 20 of them are Historical Fiction. I'm going to shoot for the prehistoric level of 50 books. I am sure I read that many this year.

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  3. I am definitely in again for this challenge. I am trying to make a post but cannot attach the challenge pin.

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  4. This will be a new challenge for me and I'm excited to join in. Thanks for hosting!

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  5. I will be joining again next year, level Prehistoric! Thanks for hosting!

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  6. Oops... I put up the wrong link... sorry... I'll put the right one up on Friday!

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  7. I'll definitely be taking part again at the Prehistoric level. My post should be up later in the month!

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  8. I decided that "Renaissance Reader" has a nice ring to it, so that's the level I chose. Maybe I'll read more, but at least the ten for that level.

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  9. It's the Prehistoric level for me again. I'm hoping to post later this month.

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  10. Hi I'm going to try the challenge at the Victorian Reader level (5 books). This is my first reading challenge aside from Goodreads a few years ago. Wish me luck!

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    1. Oh that's exciting! Welcome to the challenge and good luck!

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  11. Hi I'm going to try the challenge at the Victorian Reader level (5 books). This is my first reading challenge aside from Goodreads a few years ago. Wish me luck!

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  12. I'm thinking Ancient History for my first attempt at this challenge.

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  13. I'm aiming for Renaissance Reader, but you never know!

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  14. This sounds like a great challenge as I love historical fiction. I'm going to aim for medieval which gives me just over one book a month.

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  15. This sounds like a great challenge. I'm going to aim for the ancient history level.Thank you for hosting.

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  16. Looking forward to the challenge! Thanks for hosting!

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  17. I'm going to join in and since I read a lot of historical fiction I'm going for Prehistoric. Will do my sign-up post in the next week or so.

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  18. Rushing in with an hour to spare, local time! I should be fine with the Ancient History level. Thanks for hosting again!

    Constance

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  19. I'm excited for the challenge---thank you!

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  20. Very excited to be joining this challenge for the first time! Thank you for hosting!

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  21. I love historical fiction - so I'm aiming for the Medieval level if not higher.

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  22. thanks for hosting this again, always fun.

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  23. I love this. Prehistoric challenge, since the majority of what I read is historical fiction, but it'll make me focus on writing about the books I love :) thank you

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  24. One of my favorite challenges, and I hope I'm not too late signing up! Thanks so much for hosting again.

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    1. Not at all! Glad to have you on board again!

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  25. I'm a bit late, but posted all my January reads at the same time. I haven't done an official challenge in ages! thanks Marg.

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  26. Winter seems like a good time to read historical fiction.

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  27. This sounds like a fun challenge - I'll aim for the Renaissance Reader level.

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  28. Afifah @ letterfromafifahMarch 06, 2022 1:24 pm

    Hi! I'm sorry that I am a little bit late to the challenge... My aim is the 20th Century Reader.

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  29. Oops - I did my first link wrong. I realized too late that this is the place for the sign up link, not a review link. Ignore link #61 - #62 is my "joining" link. I don't see my earlier comment, so maybe it's pending review, in which case you can delete it. I know I'm late to the party, but I just found you and am excited to participate.

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  30. Didn't see 18th century. Guess it could be Victorian, but thinking of Elizabeth Bell's family saga which takes place from 1840 to ?? (haven't finished the series) in Charleston to the far West. And there's all the Oregon Trail series by many authors. Hard to think of these as "Victorian"...???

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