Thursday, November 2, 2017

2018 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge

The Popsugar Reading Challenge  for 2018 is now posted. This has become one of my favorites. Once again, there is advanced section and I will attempting that one as well.


  1. Book Made Into a Movie You've Already Seen: Hotel For Dogs--Lois Duncan
  2. True Crime: Bitter Harvest--Ann Rule
  3. Next Book in a Series You Started: One With You--Sylvia Day
  4. Book Involving a Heist: Pirate Latitudes--Michael Crichton
  5. Nordic Noir: The Man Who Died--Annti Tuomainen
  6. Novel Based on a Real Person: Victoria--Daisy Goodwin
  7. Set in a Country That Fascinates You: 32 Yolks--Eric Ripert
  8. Time of Day in the Title: Night--Elie Wiesel
  9. About a Villain or Antihero: The Silent Wife--A.S.A. Harrison
  10. About Death or Grief: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas--John Boyne
  11. Your Favorite Color in the Title: Hot Pink in the City--Medeia Sharif
  12. Alliteration in the Title: Funny in Farsi--Firoozeh Dumas
  13. About Time Travel: A Time for Us--Christine Holden
  14. Weather Element in the Title: The Flood Girls--Richard Fifield
  15. Set at Sea: Sailing Alone Around the World--Joshua Slocum
  16. Animal in the Title: The Red Pony--John Steinbeck
  17. Set on a Different Planet: Zita the Spacegirl--Ben Hatke
  18. Song Lyrics in the Title: She's Come Undone--Wally Lamb
  19. About or Set on Halloween: The Best Halloween Ever--Barbara Robinson
  20. With Characters Who Are Twins: The Banana Split Affair--Cynthia Blair
  21. Female Author Who Uses a Male Pseudonym: Persuasion--Jane Austen
  22. LGBTQ+ Protagonist: The Nowhere Girls--Amy Reed
  23. Also a Stage Play or Musical: Wicked--Gregory Maguire
  24. By an Author of a Different Ethnicity Than You: Born a Crime--Trevor Noah
  25. Book About Feminism: Blues Legacies and Black Feminism--Angela Y. Davis
  26. Book About Mental Health: Turtles All the Way Down--John Green
  27. Book You Borrowed or was Given to You as a Gift: The Best of Me--Nicholas Sparks
  28. By Two Authors: I Hate Everyone But You--Gaby Dunn & Allison Raskin
  29. About or Involving a Sport: Black and White--Paul Volponi
  30. By a Local Author: Blossoms of My Life--I.M. Dauntless
  31. Book Mentioned in Another Book: Surfacing--Margaret Atwood (mentioned in Prozac Nation)
  32. Book From a Celebrity Book Club: Jazz--Toni Morrison
  33. A Childhood Classic You've Never Read: Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH--Robert C. O'Brien
  34. Published in 2018: America is Not the Heart--Elaine Castillo
  35. A Past Goodreads Choice Awards Winner: A Court of Mist and Fury--Sarah J. Maas
  36. Book Set in the Decade You Were Born: The Namesake--Jhumpa Lahiri
  37. A Book You Meant to Read in 2017 But Didn't: Piper Morgan Joins the Circus--Stephanie Faris
  38. Book With an Ugly Cover:  The House is Full of Yogis--Will Hodgkinson
  39. Book That Involves a Bookstore or Library: The World's Strongest Librarian--Josh Hanagarne
  40. Your Favorite Prompt from the 2015, 2016, or 2017 POPSUGAR Reading Challenges  (Book a Friend Recommended): The Truth About Forever--Sarah Dessen

  1. A Bestseller From the Year You Graduated High School (1989): The Satanic Verses--Salman Rushdie
  2. Cyberpunk Book: Ready Player One--Ernest Cline
  3. Book that was Being Read by a Stranger in a Public Place: You'll Grow Out of It--Jessi Klein
  4. Book Tied to Your Ancestry: The Silent Wife--Kerry Fisher (Family of Italian Descent)
  5. Fruit or Vegetable in the Title: The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop and Cafe--Mary Simses
  6. An Allegory:  Lord of the Flies--William Golding
  7. By an Author With the Same First or Last Name as You: Beautiful Disaster--Jamie McGuire
  8. A Microhistory: Candy: A Century of Panic and Pleasure--Samira Kawash
  9. Book About a Problem Facing Society Today (Immigration): Hunger of Memory--Richard Rodriguez
  10. Book Recommended by Someone Else Taking the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge: Small Great Things--Jodi Picoult
Challenge completed on December 8

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