Reading Challenge 2022

This year I want to follow a Book Challenge! I have tried before, but this one I am tailoring towards fun and innovation, leaving room to discover something unexpected!!!

Below is my book challenge and its progress.  You are more than welcome to join me and all recommendations are more than welcome!

  1. A book with a color in the title:  “The Last Green Valley” by Mark Sullivan
  2. A book with a two-word title: “Cleopatra’s Dagger” by Carole Lawrence
  3. A book with essays: 
  4. A graphic novel:
  5. A book that was gifted:
  6. A book with a 5-word title:  Currently Reading!
  7. An Anthology:
  8. A debut book:
  9. A book was written the year I was born (1980):
  10. A classic horror book:
  11. A book that became a movie:
  12. A book published in 2022:
  13. A popular author’s first book:
  14. A Pulitzer Prize-winning book:
  15. A 2019 Goodreads choice nominee:
  16. A book with food on the cover (fiction):
  17. A retelling:
  18. A book was written by a comedian:
  19. A book with a number in the title:
  20. A book was written by an author starting with F: The Dressmaker’s Gift by Fiona Valpy
  21. A book part of a trilogy (first, second, or third):
  22. A book with a nonhuman character:
  23. A book released in April 2022:
  24. A book with a protagonist starting with M:
  25. A mystery or thriller:
  26. A book with a one-word title:
  27. A 2021 NYT bestseller:
  28. A book with a title starting with “N” or “T”:
  29. A book that features traveling:
  30. A book set in a different country:
  31. A nonfiction book:
  32. A horror book published in 2021:
  33. A book based on a true story:
  34. A book released between 1991 – 2012:
  35. A book with a body part in the title:
  36. A memoir:
  37. A book set in the future: “The Book of Etta” by Meg Elison
  38. A book set during the Holidays:
  39. A book released in December 2021:
  40. A book set in a war:
  41. A book set in a small town:
  42. A book with magic:
  43. A book that was originally written in a different language:
  44. A book was written by an author with your same initials (M and P):
  45. A play:
  46. A book with fauna or flora on the cover:
  47. A book based on a real person:
  48. A young adult novel:
  49. A book with a bird on the cover:
  50. A book set in Africa:
  51. A book by a British author:
  52. A book under 300 pages:
  53. A book with short stories:
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