Saturday, December 1, 2018

The NJM Book Challenge 2019

Joining this new one at this blog.

The Categories:
  1. Published in 2019: The Art of Losing--Lizzy Mason
  2. Non-Fiction Title: Wasted--Marya Hornbacher
  3. Self-Published Book: Quicksilver Chronicles--Frances K. Woods
  4. Set During a Historical Event: Journey to Topaz--Yoshiki Uchida
  5. Made Into a Film or TV Series: The Isle of the Lost--Melissa De La Cruz
  6. Book With an Anti-Hero: V for Vendetta--Alan Moore
  7. Biography or Autobiography: Just Between Us--Mario Lopez
  8. Written Pre-1900: The Diary of a Nobody--George Grossmith
  9. With a Kick*** Heroine: Wolfsbane--Andrea Cremer
  10. Over 500 Pages: Red Earth and Pouring Rain--Vikram Chandra
  11. By Multiple Authors: Sam & Ilsa's Last Hurrah--Rachel Cohn & David Levithan
  12. Book Whose Author Shares Your 1st Name or Initials: Dead End in Norvelt--Jack Gantos 
  13. Based on Folklore/Myth: Wake--Amanda Hocking
  14. Book With Images: Burning Bright--John Steinbeck
  15. Non-Human Characters: All That Glitters--Lisa Ann Scott
  16. Translated From Another Language: Don Quixote--Miguel de Cervantes
  17. Book With LGBTQIA Rep: The Female Persuasion--Meg Wolitzer
  18. By a Debut Author: Opposite of Always--Justin A. Reynolds
  19. A Supernatural Tale: The Guests on South Battery--Karen White
  20. New-to-You Author: Hello, Universe--Erin Entrada Kelly
  21. Nominated for an Award: Between Shades of Gray--Ruta Sepetys
  22. Set in the Future: Illuminae--Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  23. Color in Title: White Houses--Amy Bloom
  24. Name in the Title: The Rosie Project--Graeme Simsion
  25. Set in Another Country: And the Mountains Echoed--Khaled Hosseini
Challenge completed on August 28

1 comment:

Nicki J. Markus / Asta Idonea said...

Hi Jamie. Nice to meet you, and thanks for joining the challenge. I hope you'll have fun with it, and I will look forward to seeing which books you pick!