In the first year I was blogging, I joined in on a challenge hosted by War Through the Generations to read books about World War I, non-fiction and fiction. This year they have initiated a WWII Reading Challenge for 2017, which runs from January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017.
As described at the site:
This is a no-stress reading challenge. Feel free to set your own goal. Read fiction, nonfiction, poetry, children’s books, etc. Whatever strikes your fancy. These can be the years leading up to the war, during the war, or in the few years after the war.There will be some readalongs throughout the year, described HERE.
I have plenty of novels to choose from, and even some non-fiction which I usually avoid. But no definite plans for what I will read. I have a couple of books from the Billy Boyle series by James R. Benn and I have almost all of the books by Alan Furst, which cover this time period. Also the series featuring St-Cyr and Kohler by J. Robert Janes is set in France during World War II.
Suggestions are welcome.