Now that it's February, it means that it is time for the only reading challenge I am taking part in this year, Venice in February. Hosted by Dolce Bellezza and Ally from Snow Feathers, the aim is simply to read books set in Venice, as many or as few as you feel the urge to. There's a review site where people have already started to link their reviews. I feel comfortable participating in this challenge as there are no deadlines and definitely no pressure. I have a good idea of how many books I would like to read for it, but if I don't read them all, it won't be the end of the world.
I started my Venice in February reading this morning, with The Book Of Unholy Mischief by Elle Newmark. Having read and loved The Sandalwood Tree (my review), I have high hopes for it. I also have a copy of Crossing The Bridge of Sighs sent to me by the author, that I'm hoping to read over the next two weeks. Beyond that, I already own a copy of Miss Garnet's Angel and there's always the two Shakespeare plays: Othello and The Merchant of Venice, neither of which I have ever read before. Plenty to keep me busy!
Are you participating in Venice in February this year? If so, what's on your reading list?