Reading Challenges

The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters

One of the challenges I do every year, Around the Year in 52 books, ATY; has already put out their list for next year. One of the prompts is A book related to a codeword from the NATO Phonetic Alphabet. Someone else had an idea to do a side challenge doing the whole NATO alphabet instead of just one. It was fun making interpretations to fit.

Alpha Life on the Leash> dogs are alpha
Bravo Twice in a Blue Moon> MC is an actress
Charlie Eighth Grave After Dark> main character is Charley
Delta This Tender Land> “on the banks of Minnesota’s Gilead River”
Echo An Echo in the Bone
Foxtrot
Golf Act Like It by Lucy Parker> Lucy is a golf term
Hotel All the Ways We Said Goodbye> at The Ritz Hotel
India The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters> the sisters travel to India
Juliet These Violent Delights> a Romeo and Juliet retelling with a character named Juliette
Kilo Blood & Honey> long book> over 500 pages
Lima Simmer Down> about food> like Lima bean
Mike Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder> hopefully the character Mike is also in this one
November Get a Life, Chloe Brown> published in November
Oscar The Seat Filler> Hero is an actor and the MCs meet at an award show
Papa > familial ties with characters
Quebec A Better Man> takes place in Quebec
Romeo Hamnet> tragedy and love and Shakespeare
Sierra Bittersweet> mountains on cover> Sierra Nevada=mountains
Tango You Had Me at Hola> Latin American
Uniform A Bad Day for Sunshine> MC is a Sheriff
Victor Shipped> the winner, “victor” gets the raise
Whisky A Breath of Snow and Ashes> Scottish Jamie makes whiskey
X-ray British Bedmate> MCs are a doctor and a nurse
Yankee That Second Chance> takes place in Maine> New England
Zulu My Sister, the Serial Killer> in Nigeria> Zulu people are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa

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Single mom trying to find fun and happiness thru the lens.

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