Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Mental Health Reading Challenge 2022

 




This will be returning in 2022 for a fourth 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, 2022. 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.

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



My books 
  1. When It Happens to You--Molly Ringwald
  2. Glass--Ellen Hopkins
  3. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me--Sherman Alexie
  4. The XX Brain--Lisa Mosconi, PhD
  5. Dancing at the Pity Party--Tyler Feder
  6. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil--John Berendt
  7. Out of My Mind--Sharon M. Draper
  8. Meet Cute--Jennifer L. Armentrout & others
  9. Easy Crafts for the Insane--Kelly Williams Brown
  10. The Midnight Library--Matt Haig
  11. Ace--Angela Chen
  12. Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald--Therese Anne Fowler
  13. Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald--Linda Wagner-Martin
  14. How to be an Antiracist--Ibram X. Kendi
  15. The Rainbow Comes and Goes--Anderson Cooper & Gloria Vanderbilt
  16. Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac--Gabrielle Zevin
  17. It Never Goes Away--Dr. Anne L. Koch
  18. River of Time--Naomi Judd
  19. Ordinary Hazards--Nikki Grimes
  20. Hunger--Roxane Gay
  21. The Cactus--Sarah Haywood
  22. The Coldest Winter Ever--Sister Souljah
  23. The Guncle--Steven Rowley
  24. Technically, You Started It--Lana Wood Johnson
  25. The Best American Short Stories 2014--Jennifer Egan (ed.)
  26. Decluttering at the Speed of Life--Dana K. White

3 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

Good. Mental Health issues are soooo important. Happy reading.

Michelle aka Naila Moon said...

Thus is improtant to me as well. I am in.

Suchaita Tenneti said...

Reading more mental health books is my main goal for 2022. So i am definitely in!