Wednesday, December 18, 2019

The 2020 MomAdvice Reading Challenge

Despite the name of this blog, I want to join this one 😀 It has prompts that are up my alley.

Recommended by a favorite online source/podcast- The Friend Zone--Abby Jimenez

Being adapted for film- The Call of the Wild--Jack London

Set in a rural location- The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency--Alexander McCall Smith

A memoir or journal- Pretty in Plaid--Jen Lancaster

One you meant to read in 2019- Just Don't Fall--Josh Sundquist

By Someone Younger Than You- Soul Surfer--Bethany Hamilton

With a beautiful cover- Taking It All--Maya Banks

A 2019 GoodReads selection that did not win- The Unhoneymooners--Christina Lauren

About mental illness- My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward--Mark Lukach

With a dysfunctional family- Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys--Kate Brian 

A MomAdvice Book Club pick- Nothing to See Here--Kevin Wilson

A political book- From the Corner of the Oval--Beck Dorey-Stein

Recommended by a Librarian- I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter--Erika L. Sanchez

About music or a musician- 
Daisy Jones & the Six--Taylor Jenkins Reid

Written by a woman of color-  My Sister, the Serial Killer--Oyinkan Brathwaite

Set around a holiday- 
19th Christmas--James Patterson

On addiction- More, Now, Again--Elizabeth Wurtzel (reread)

A novel set during a war- Black Dove, White Raven--Elizabeth Wein

One you haven’t read by a favorite author- Sunset Beach--Mary Kay Andrews

About a religion or culture you are unfamiliar with- A Queer and Pleasant Danger--Kate Bornstein

On an immigrant experience- Ordinary Girls--Jaquira Diaz

One that challenges your own viewpoint- My Fair Lazy--Jen Lancaster

About a news headline topic- I'm Still Here--Austin Channing Brown

About an artist- Maya Lin: Thinking With Her Hands--Susan Goldman Rubin

Challenge completed on August 7


Elephant's Child said...

Have fun. I refuse to limit my reading by category, genre or age group.

Sandra Cox said...

Have fun.