Monday, May 28, 2018

Summer Reading Challenge 2018 @ The Messy Middle

Here is the link to this one. I will see how many of these categories I can fill. Number 9 and Number  21 might be hard for me.

It will start June 1  and run through August 17, 2018. To enter, read seven books from 22 categories. Along the way I’ll have encouraging posts. If you would like to write a guest post, contact me.
What’s in it for you? All who comment on August 17-19th with the names of the books they read will be entered to win one of ten $10 Amazon gift cards.
Sound like fun?!

  1. A book related to professional development(can be loosely interpreted):
  2. A book related to history: Girl With a Pearl Earring--Tracy Chevalier
  3. A book placed in a country I’m not familiarwith OR about a country I’m not familiar with:
  4. A young adult (YA) book: Incantation--Alice Hoffman
  5. A book recommended by a friend:
  6. A graphic novel: Disney Manga: Tangled--Shiori Kanaki
  7. A book you’ve been meaning to read:
  8. A book published more than 100 years ago: Mary Barton--Eizabeth Gaskell
  9. A book recommended by a teenager:
  10. A biography:
  11. A play:
  12. A memoir: The Temporary Bride--Jennifer Klinec
  13. A book by someone you might not spiritually agree with:
  14. A book that won an award (Newbery): Sarah, Plain and Tall--Patricia MacLachlan
  15. A book you read years ago and have meant to reread: Prozac Nation--Elizabeth Wurtzel
  16. A book that has been translated into English: 
  17. A book that is more than 700 pages (counts for two books!): The Brothers Karamazov--Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  18. A mystery: Knit One, Kill Two--Maggie Sefton
  19. A book related to a skill (like cooking, writing, photography, or web-design): Concerning the Spiritual in Art--Wasilly Kadinsky
  20. A book by an author you know:
  21. Fiction (if you tend to read non-fiction) or Non-fiction (if you tend to read fiction):
  22. Penalty: subtract one book from total. (You potentially could lose two book points if you select a long one):


1 comment:

  1. An interesting challenge. I suspect you could nail 21 by reading a blogger's books - and Sandra Cox has a new one out. As do several other writing bloggers.

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