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The 18 in 18 Phonics Challenge
Read 10 or 18 books which fit the following categories:

  • E for entertainment – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero works in the entertainment industry, e.g. actor, musician, director, make-up artist, producer, etc.
  • I for interconnected – Read a romance that is part of a series.
  • G for goal – Read a romance in which the heroine and/or hero is involved with sports, e.g. athlete, coach, team owner, etc.
  • H for health – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is involved with the health services industry, e.g. doctor, nurse, paramedic, physical therapist, etc.
  • T for transfigure – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero has the ability to shift into an animal.
  • E for education – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is involved with education, e.g. teacher, principal, school counselor, etc.
  • E for Europe – Read a romance set in Europe.
  • N for name – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero’s name begins with the letter R (the 18th letter of the alphabet).
  • I for inspirational – Read an inspirational romance.
  • N for new – Read a romance by a debut author or a romance by any author you haven’t read before. Or read a New Adult romance.
  • E for everyman – Read a romance with a blue-collar heroine and/or hero.
  • I for ignite – Read a “hot” or erotic romance. Or read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is a fireman.
  • G for gourmet – Read a romance in which the heroine and/or hero is a chef, baker, caterer, etc, or owns a restaurant, diner, bakery, etc.
  • H for holiday – Read a romance set during Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas time, or any other holiday.
  • T for time – Read a futuristic or time-travel romance.
  • E for East Asia – Read a romance set in Japan, China, Hong Kong, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, or Mongolia.
  • E for epic – Read a fantasy romance.
  • N for news – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is involved with the news industry, e.g. reporter, anchor, newspaper editor, etc.
  • C for critter – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero have a pet.
  • H for historical – Read an historical romance.
  • A for Australasia – Read a romance set in Australia, New Zealand, or the neighboring islands.
  • L for laughter – Read a humorous romance.
  • L for law – Read a romance in which the heroine and/or hero is involved with the law, e.g. lawyer, judge, police, politician, etc.
  • E for equestrian – Read a romance that features horses.
  • N for neighbor – Read a romance where the heroine and hero are neighbors or a romance where they grew up together.
  • G for guardian – Read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is on active duty with a military, naval, police, or fire-fighting organization. Or read a romance where the heroine and/or hero is a parent.
  • E for enigma – Read a mystery romance or romantic suspense.