I haven't finished signing up for the challenges though, since I'm having problems with my internet connection.
Here is the start of the list.
A to Z challenge (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/26
Nicholas Sparks Reading Challenge (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/4
Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge 2011 (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/6 (more than 81)
Buy One Book and Read It Challenge 2011 (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/12
Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge 2011 (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
100+ Reading Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/100
Books Won Challenge 2011 (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/??
Celebrate the Author (Jan-Dec 2011) 0/12
A-Z Mystery Author Challenge (A-I) (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
2011 Sexy Reading Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
2011 Read-n-Review (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/100
2011 Romance Reading Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
2011 Support Your Local Library Reading Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/50
2011 YA Romance Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
2011 Romantic Suspense Reading Challenge (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/12
50 States Challenge in 2011 (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/50
Series Challenge Season 5 (Jan – Dec 2011) 0/3
2010 – 2011 Cross Over Challenges
What An Animal III Challenge (March 1, 2010 to February 28, 2011) 13/12 - COMPLETED
To Be Continued…Challenge (October 20, 2008 - ???) 42/52
101 Books in 1001 Days Challenge (August 31, 2009 - April 8, 2012) 84/101
US Presidents Reading Project (November 5, 2008 - ???) 4/44
1001 Childrens book Before I Grow Up (June 1, 2010 - ???) 43 of 1001
OnThePorchSwing (Yahoo Group)
1. Read a book with a one word title (if it has The or A in it), leave that out and just count the one word after it....
2. Read a book with a number in the title.
3. Read a young adult book FROM the science fiction genre.
4. Read a mystery by an author whose last name starts with a "K"
5. Read a book with orange or pink in the title
For a fun extra - pick a book on a subject in history you are interested in, or a travel book on a place you have always wanted to visit, or an artist you are interested in, and share your experience with us.
1. Read a mystery set in your state (one you live in now or one where you are originally from)
2. Read a mystery where the amateur sleuth has a craft or a hobby or a specific type of job (like working in a shop of some sort) – The Chocolate Snowman Murder by (Chocolate Shop)
3. Read a mystery with the word dark or black in the title
4. Read a mystery from the young adult section of your library
5. Read a mystery by an author whose last name starts with "M"
For a fun extra, read a mystery whose title has the first letter of your first and last name in it - like for me - I would have to have read one that had an L and an H in it (in either order) - like the Last Hollow of the Dark, or Hateful Crimes of the Lowlands (I made these titles up...)