Monday, November 23, 2020

Booklist Queen’s 2021 Reading Challenge

 Doing this one again. Will add categories as I complete them (click link to see).

My Books:

  1. Coming of Age Story: Chasing Redbird--Sharon Creech 
  2. Reread a Favorite Book: Bitch--Elizabeth Wurtzel 
  3. Audiobook: Crank--Ellen Hopkins
  4. Own But Haven't Read: The Gatecrasher--Madeleine Wickham
  5. Genre You Usually Don't Read: Me and White Supremacy--Layla F. Saad
  6. Fantasy: The Glittering Court--Richelle Mead
  7. Everyone's Talking About: Too Much and Never Enough--Mary L. Trump
  8. Sequel: The Happy Ever After Playlist--Abby Jimenez
  9. Poetry: Brown Girl Dreaming--Jacqueline Woodson (reread)
  10. Number in the Title: Thirteen Senses--Victor Villaseñor
  11. From the Library: Girl in Blue--Ann Rinaldi 
  12. Set in the 1920s: The Edge of Town--Dorothy Garlock
  13. World War II Novel: Sophie's Choice--William Styron
  14. Own Voices Story: Dear Justyce--Nic Stone
  15. Longer Than 400 Pages: Chain of Gold--Cassandra Clare
  16. 2021 New Release: Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder--Joanne Fluke
  17. Time Travel Novel: Jane in Love--Rachel Givney
  18. Book Turned Into a TV Series: You--Caroline Kepnes
  19. Title With Three Words: One to Watch--Kate Stayman-London
  20. By a Nobel Prize Winner: Absalom, Absalom--William Faulkner
  21. Goodreads Winner in 2020: The Vanishing Half--Brit Bennett
  22. Book About Books: Twelve Angry Librarians--Miranda James
  23. Author Who Uses Initials: Girl on a Train--A.J. Waines
  24. Local Author: Miracles and Grace in an Unlikely Place--Charisse Tyson (reread)
  25. About Technology: Code Girls--Liza Mundy
  26. Book Club Favorite: The Library Book--Susan Orlean
  27. Bestselling Memoir: Furiously Happy--Jenny Lawson
  28. Indie Publisher: This Mournable Body--Tsitsi Dangarembga
  29. Psychological Thriller: My Dark Vanessa--Kate Elizabeth Russell
  30. About a Pressing Social Issue: Beyond Magenta--Susan Kuklin
  31. Classic Read in High School: Medea and Other Plays--Euripides
  32. An Author You Love: Hello, Summer--Mary Kay Andrews
  33. Makes You Think: Roadmap to Redemption--Rebecca Bender
  34. Productivity Book: Feng-Shui--Ernest J. Eitel
  35. Childhood Favorite: On the Banks of Plum Creek--Laura Ingalls Wilder 
  36. About Friendship: Touched by the Sun--Carly Simon
  37. About an Immigrant: Ties That Tether--Jane Igharo
  38. Set in Australia: Dingoes at Dinnertime--Mary Pope Osborne
  39. Nonfiction New York Times Bestseller: A Street Cat Named Bob--James Bowen
  40. Biography: Down the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan--Howard Sounes
  41. Recommended by a Colleague: Calico Joe--John Grisham
  42. Published in the 1800s: Hard Times--Charles Dickens
  43. A Summer Read: The Summer's End--Mary Alice Monroe
  44. Debut Novel of a Famous Author: Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit--Jeanette Winterson
  45. Became a Movie in 2021: The Queen's Gambit--Walter Tevis
  46. Eye-Catching Cover: Carpentaria--Alexis Wright
  47. 2020 Bestseller: Clap When You Land--Elizabeth Acevedo
  48. Oprah Winfrey Book Club Pick: The Poisonwood Bible-Barbara Kingslover
  49. Highly Anticipated Book: The Newcomer--Mary Kay Andrews
  50. Bottom of To-Read List: Twice Loved--LaVyrle Spencer
  51. Borrowed From a Friend Family: The Valley of Horses--Jean M. Auel
  52. Recommended by a Librarian: All In--Billie Jean King
Challenge completed on December 13