Saturday, December 14, 2019

Foggy Pine Books 2020 Reading Challenge

This is one through Foggy Pine Books, an indie bookstore (can't seem to find where, though not near me). I still like the prompts on this one and am joining.

  1. Asian Author: The Lost Vintage--Ann Mah
  2. 2019 National Book Award Winner: The Yellow House--Sarah M. Broom
  3. Written Before 1950: And Then There Were None--Agatha Christie
  4. By Two Authors: Windhaven--George R.R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle
  5. Romance: The Friend Zone--Abby Jimenez
  6. Book of Poetry by a Southern Poet: Taking the Arrow Out of the Heart--Alice Walker
  7. Middle Grade Novel: The Planet of Junior Brown--Virginia Hamilton
  8. Local Author: Imaginary Animal--Rachelle Linda Escamilla
  9. Memoir About Mental Illness: My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward--Mark Lukach
  10. Collection of Essays: Pretty in Plaid--Jen Lancaster
  11. About the History of a Part of the World You've Always Wanted to Visit: The Mute Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Italy--Paul MacKendrick
  12. A Picture Book: The Day You Begin--Jacqueline Woodson
  13. Book With a Red Cover: The Swans of Fifth Avenue--Melanie Benjamin
  14. One-Word Title: Cranford--Elizabeth Gaskell
  15. "Dark" in the Title: Dark and Deepest Red--Anna-Marie McLemore
  16. By a Jewish Author: A Queer and Pleasant Danger--Kate Bornstein
  17. Graphic Novel That Doesn't Have Superheroes: Honor Girl--Maggie Thrash
  18. Favorite Color in the Title: My Life in Pink and Green--Lisa Greenwald
  19. Book on the NPR Concierge List for 2019: Daisy Jones & the Six--Taylor Jenkins Reid
  20. Coming-of-Age Story: Black Dove, White Raven--Elizabeth Wein
  21. Book About a Family That Doesn't Look Like Yours: I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter--Erika L. Sanchez
  22. Book by a Transgender/Nonbinary Author: Trans Like Me--CN Lester
  23. Book Set in the Fall: Separation Anxiety--Laura Zigman
  24. Historical Fiction: White Fang--Jack London
Challenge completed on November 26