2020 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge - Wrap Up

Hello, dear readers! Happy New Year! I hope 2021 is a wonderful year for you! 

Well, now that our 2020 HF Reading Challenge has ended I wanted to check in with you all and see how you did! 

 Did you meet your goal? 
What were some of your favorite reads of the year? 

I need some new books added to my wishlist so let me know what you enjoyed :)


  1. I pretty much only read historical romances in 2020 because my brain could not do much else. It was the escapism I needed. I bombed the challenge otherwise, but am hoping to crush it in 2021.

  2. I did great on the challenge and more than hit my 100 books goal.

    My favorites were the Lady Darby historical mysteries by Anna Lee Huber, Who Speaks for the Damned by CS Harris, The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner, The Last Train to Key West by Chanel Cleeton, Persuaded to Sail by Jack Caldwell, Slippery Creatures by KJ Charles, The Hidden Moon by Jeannie Lin, Murder on Cold Street by Sherry Thomas, The Tory by TJ London (must be experienced on audio), Murder in Old Bombay by Nev March, Gentleman Jim by Mimi Matthews, A Contrary Wind by Lona Manning, The Clergyman's Wife by Molly Greeley, Things We Didn't Say by Amy Lynn Green, and Mary Crawford Revisiting Mansfield Park by Julia Barrett.

    Thanks for hosting, Amy!

  3. Here is the link to my challenge wrap-up post: http://readingbooksagain.blogspot.com/2020/12/wrap-up-of-historical-fiction-reading.html?m=0.
    I signed up to read 24 books but surpassed the challenge with 47 historical fiction novels.

  4. I really enjoyed the challenge and successfully completed the Renaissance level. Here's my wrap up with all reviews linked for your pleasure. https://www.carpelibrum.net/2020/12/4-reading-challenge-wrap-ups-for-2020.html

  5. Will there be a 2021 Historical Fiction Challenge?


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