Thursday, November 12, 2020

Pretty Mess Reading 2021 Reading Challenge

 A new one to me

2021 Reading Challenge

  1. 2020 Bestseller: My Dark Vanessa--Kate Elizabeth Russell
  2. Reread a favorite book: Bitch--Elizabeth Wurtzel 
  3. Debut author: Ziggy, Stardust and Me--James Brandon
  4. Borrowed from a friend family: The Valley of Horses--Jean M. Auel
  5. Next Book in a series: The Happy Ever After Playlist--Abby Jimenez
  6. YA book by author of color: Other Words For Home--Jasmine Warga
  7. A love story: Kiss My Cupcake--Helena Hunting
  8. More than 400 pages: Queen of Air and Darkness--Cassandra Clare
  9. Borrowed from a friend: The Hare With Amber Eyes--Edmund De Waal
  10. Recommended by family: Credo--Melvyn Bragg
  11. Based on a true story: Eleanor: Crown Jewel of Aquitaine--Kristiana Gregory
  12. Book with two authors: Sanctuary--Paola Mendoza & Abby Sher
  13. A childhood favorite: On the Banks of Plum Creek--Laura Ingalls Wilder 
  14. A book everyone is talking about: Too Much and Never Enough--Mary L. Trump
  15. Genre you usually don't read: Me and White Supremacy--Layla F. Saad
  16. Goodreads 2020 winner: The Vanishing Half--Brit Bennett
  17. Book less than 200 pages: The Flower in the Skull--Kathleen Alcala
  18. Book on a controversial topic: The Premonition--Michael Lewis
  19. Book becoming a movie in 2021: The Queen's Gambit--Walter Tevis
  20. Celebrity memoir: Furiously Happy--Jenny Lawson
  21. Book by an Indie author: The Corona Chronicles--Terrance T. Toth
  22. An audiobook: The History of Theatre--David Timson
  23. Famous author you've never read: Absalom, Absalom!--William Faulkner
  24. Book you own but haven't read: Abide With Me--Elizabeth Strout
  25. Book you saw someone reading: Fear--Bob Woodward
  26. Published in the 1980s: Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit--Jeanette Winterson

Challenge completed on November 26


Sandra Cox said...

Have fun:)

Elephant's Child said...

I see that borrowed from a friend is a double entry - 4 and 8,

Sandra Cox said...

You are gonna be busy.