Monday, December 14, 2020

NJM Book Challenge 2021

 Will be doing this one again, now in its third year.

  1. Published in 2021: Everybody Fights--Kim and Penn Holderness
  2. Non-fiction book: Me and White Supremacy--Layla F. Saad
  3. Self-published book: The Corona Chronicles--Terrance T. Toth
  4. Set during a historical event: Ziggy, Stardust and Me--James Brandon
  5. Made into a film/TV series: Sophie's Choice--William Styron
  6. Bad-boy hero: Ravished--Amanda Quick
  7. Biography/autobiography: Beautiful Boy--David Sheff 
  8. Written pre-1900: The History of Emily Montague--Frances Brooke
  9. With a sassy heroine: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo--Taylor Jenkins Reid
  10. Over 500 pages: Queen of Air and Darkness--Cassandra Clare
  11. By multiple authors: Sanctuary--Paola Mendoza & Abby Sher
  12. Can read in a single day/session: Chasing Redbird--Sharon Creech
  13. Based on folklore/myth: Never Look Back--Lilliam Rivera
  14. Book with images: Fairy Tales of Ireland--W.B. Yeats
  15. By one of your favorite authors: Hello, Summer--Mary Kay Andrews
  16. In a genre you don't often read: Roadmap to Redemption--Rebecca Bender
  17. LGBTQIA+ rep: Boyfriend Material--Alexis Hall
  18. Debut author: Jane in Love--Rachel Givney
  19. Translated book: The Plague--Albert Camus
  20. New-to-you author: Girl in Blue--Ann Rinaldi 
  21. Nominated for an award: This Mournable Body--Tsitsi Dangarembga
  22. Spec-fic book: Black Sun--Rebecca Roanhorse
  23. Weather Word in the title: The Four Winds--Kristin Hannah
  24. With an Occupation in the Title: Twelve Angry Librarians--Miranda James
  25. Set in another country: The Lowland--Jhumpa Lahiri
Challenge completed on August 11

1 comment:

Elephant's Child said...

Some great - and wide ranging categories. Happy reading.