Saturday, October 3, 2020

Mental Health Reading Challenge 2021




This will be returning in 2021 for a third year. This is a topic very important to me.


General Rules:
  • Any book depicting mental health counts, whether fiction or non-fiction.
  • Challenge takes place from January 1 to December 31, 2021. All books must be read during that time to count.
  • All book formats (print, audio, e-books) are accepted.
  • Books may cross over to other challenges in which you are participating.
  • No levels, read as many books as you like.
  • Need ideas for books? Check this Goodreads page for several lists of books on the topic.
  • You do not need a blog to participate. You may sign up on Goodreads, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc. 
  • Sign up below in the comments. I have decided not to use linkys this year.


My Books:
  1. Girls Like Us--Rachel Lloyd
  2. Boyfriend Material--Alexis Hall
  3. Bitch--Elizabeth Wurtzel
  4. Crank--Ellen Hopkins
  5. Me and White Supremacy--Layla F. Saad
  6. Too Much and Never Enough--Mary L. Trump
  7. Ziggy, Stardust and Me--James Brandon
  8. Abide With Me--Elizabeth Strout
  9. Beautiful Boy--David Sheff 
  10. Lost Soul, Be At Peace--Maggie Thrash
  11. Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend--Matthew Dicks
  12. Sophie's Choice--William Styron
  13. Dear Justyce--Nic Stone
  14. Untamed--Glennon Doyle
  15. You--Caroline Kepnes
  16. One to Watch--Kate Stayman-London
  17. Girl on a Train--A.J. Waines
  18. Miracles and Grace in an Unlikely Place--Charisse Tyson (reread)
  19. Furiously Happy--Jenny Lawson
  20. Chasing Harry Winston--Lauren Weisberger
  21. Heartstopper, Volume 1--Alice Oseman
  22. This Mournable Body--Tsitsi Dangarembga
  23. Girls Like Me--Lola St. Vil
  24. My Dark Vanessa--Kate Elizabeth Russell
  25. Girl Made of Stars--Ashley Herring Blake
  26. If I Was Your Girl--Meredith Russo
  27. Lab Girl--Hope Jahren
  28. Disability Visibility--Alice Wong (ed.)
  29. Olive Kitteridge--Elizabeth Strout
  30. Forget Me Not--Ellie Terry

2 comments:

  1. I am very, very glad to see the subject of mental health discussed more openly than it was. A step in the right direction - though strides are needed.

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