Thursday, October 21, 2021

Epistolary Reading Challenge 2022

Another I will be bringing back next year.

The challenge will be to read books written in the form of letters, diaries, blogs, e-mails and such, either completely or partially written this way. 

  • Challenge will run from January 1 to December 31, 2022.  Books must be started on or after January 1 to count.  Re-reads will be allowed as long as they are read during the specified time period.
  • Books may cross over to other challenges in which you are participating.  
  • Fiction (all genres and subgenres) and nonfiction that fit the challenge description may be read.
  • All book formats are allowed (paper, audio, electronic, graphic novels/manga, picture books). 
  • No levels.  I will let you choose how many books to read.
  • You do not need a blog to sign up.  You may keep tract of your progress on Goodreads, Amazon or other similar sites with a shelf dedicated to this challenge.  Or sign up on Youtube, Facebook, or Twitter.
  • You do not need to post reviews, nor will there be any check-ins.
  • Sign up below in the comments. I will not be using linkys this year.

Need ideas for reading? Here are some links to get started:

My Books:
  1. The Red Queen--Philippa Gregory
  2. The Time Traveler's Wife--Audrey Niffenegger
  3. Several People Are Typing--Calvin Kasulke
  4. Black Buck--Mateo Aksaripour
  5. Unfriended--Rachel Vail
  6. Jay's Gay Agenda--Jason June
  7. Meet Cute--Jennifer L. Armentrout & others
  8. Easy Crafts for the Insane--Kelly Williams Brown
  9. The Midnight Library--Matt Haig
  10. Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald--Therese Anne Fowler
  11. Never Always Sometimes--Adi Alsaid
  12. Parable of the Sower--Octavia E. Butler
  13. The Rainbow Comes and Goes--Anderson Cooper & Gloria Vanderbilt
  14. Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac--Gabrielle Zevin
  15. Meet Me at Emotional Baggage Claim--Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella
  16. The Little Paris Bookshop--Nina George
  17. The Summer of Jordi Perez--Amy Spalding
  18. The Coldest Winter Ever--Sister Souljah
  19. Would Like to Meet--Rachel Winters
  20. Technically, You Started It--Lana Wood Johnson
  21. Punk 57--Penelope Douglas
  22. Tell the Wolves I'm Home--Carol Rifka Brunt
  23. The Lies That Bind--Emily Giffin
  24. Book Lovers--Emily Henry
  25. Queenie--Candice Carty-Williams
  26. The Summer Deal--Jill Shalvis
  27. Tokyo Ever After--Emiko Jean
  28. l8r, g8r--Lauren Myracle
  29. Aurora Rising--Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  30. Felix Ever After--Kacen Callender
  31. The Heart Principle--Helen Hoang
  32. The Taking of Jake Livingston--Ryan Douglass
  33. City on Fire--Garth Risk Hallberg
  34. Jemima J--Jane Green
  35. Band of Sisters--Lauren Willig
  36. Funny You Should Ask--Elissa Sussman
  37. American Road Trip--Patrick Flores-Scott
  38. Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow--Gabrielle Zevin
  39. The Good Sister--Sally Hepworth
  40. Girl Online On Tour--Zoe Sugg
  41. Last in a Long Line of Rebels--Lisa Lewis Tyre
  42. Towering--Alex Flinn
  43. In a Holidaze--Christina Lauren
Calling challenge complete on December 26


Beverley Baird said...

I so enjoy this challenge and these kinds of books. Will be joining once again.

Elephant's Child said...

Another of my favourite reading genres.

Susan said...

I'm in again, for 2022! Thanks for hosting.
Avid Series Reader

Vicki said...

I'm joining this year

Donnisha said...

Me here and would love to join in.