Sunday, December 23, 2018


Another tempting one.

  1. I am not a graphic designer. I know this image isn’t perfect but progress>perfection and I don’t freaking care if the text isn’t perfect. Bahaha!
  2. If you are wondering what Up Lit is, here you go.
  3. If you need help finding one of my recommendations, here is my Goodreads.
Bloom Where You're Planted 2019 Reading Challenge // via Stephanie Howell
Here is what I am reading:
  1. Non-Fiction: Quicksilver Chronicles--Frances K. Woods
  2. Mention of Military/War: Journey to Topaz--Yoshiki Uchida
  3. Picture Book: Hello, Baby Animals--Lorinda Bryan Cauley
  4. Memoir: Wasted--Marya Hornbacher
  5. In a Series: The Isle of the Lost--Melissa De La Cruz
  6. Written By a Woman of Color: Hello, Universe--Erin Estrada Kelly
  7. Poetry: Milk and Honey--Rupi Kaur
  8. YA: Play Me--Laura Ruby
  9. Book You Tried Once: The Secret Life of Eva Hathaway--Janice Weber
  10. Dystopia: Wolfsbane--Andrea Cremer
  11. Historical Fiction: White Houses--Amy Bloom
  12. On Your Bookshelf: The Last Time I Saw You--Elizabeth Berg
  13. Magical Realism: Phoebe and Her Unicorn--Dana Simpson
  14. Made Into a Movie: Speak--Laurie Halse Anderson
  15. Thriller: Bluebird, Bluebird--Attica Locke
  16. Takes Place in Another Country: I Have Lived a Thousand Years--Livia Bitton-Jackson
  17. A Color in the Title: Between Shades of Gray--Ruta Sepetys
  18. Classic: Ulysses--James Joyce
  19. Mass Market Paperback: Rachel--Vivian Schurfranz
  20. From Any Top 10 List of 2018: Monday's Not Coming--Tiffany D. Jackson
  21. Book That Stephanie Recommended: Bright Lights, Big A**--Jen Lancaster
  22. Reread a Favorite: Silver Linings Playbook--Matthew Quick
  23. Horror: Spoon River Anthology--Edgar Lee Masters
  24. Up Lit: Mine Are Spectacular!--Janice Kaplan & Lynn Schnurnberger
Challenge completed on November 4

1 comment:

Elephant's Child said...

Up Lit is relatively new. An antidote to misery memoirs?