3. Cookery, food and wine - Eating for England by Nigel Slater
4. History - The First World War by Michael Howard
5. Modern Fiction - All Her Father's Guns by James Warner
6.Graphic Novels and Manga - Ethel and Ernest by Raymond Briggs
7. Crime and Mystery - The Redbreast by Jo Nesbo
8. Horror - Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
9. Romance - A January Chill by Rachel Lee
10. Sci-Fi and Fantasy - The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories by Isaac Asimov
11. Travel - Nine Lives by William Dalrymple
12. Poetry and Drama - Journey's End by R.C. Sherriff
13. Journalism and Humour - Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops by Jen Campbell
14. Science and Natural History - Six Feet Over by Mary Roach
15. Children's and Young Adult - Jennings Goes to School by Anthony Buckeridge
Some of the categories, like Modern Fiction, are going to be really easy to complete, but others will require a bit more thought. I've never read a graphic novel, for instance (not since Asterix books as a child!), so that should be an interesting one to find a title for. I have a few ideas for some of the categories, but we'll see what takes my fancy as I work my way through over the year.
I'm eyeing up a lot more challenges and 2012 promises to be packed with loads of interesting things to read.