Sunday, December 5, 2021

Elif Reading Challenge 2022 – Discoveries

Another new one to me, at Elif Reader. 

Reading Challenge 2022 - Discoveries

1- A historical fiction: Castle Rackrent and The Absentee--Maria Edgeworth

2- A book set in a city you love: Martin Eden--Jack London

3- A book by a woman writer you’ve never read before: The Red Queen--Philippa Gregory

4- A book about art: Easy Crafts for the Insane--Kelly Williams Brown

5- A book from a writer whose last name begins with S: Miss Herbert (The Suburban Wife)--Christina Stead

6- A short story collection: Meet Cute--Jennifer L. Armentrout & others

7- A novel written in the 2000s: The Time Traveler's Wife--Audrey Niffenegger

8- A book set in more than one city/country: Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald--Therese Anne Fowler

9- A book with an adorable cover: Moloka'i--Alan Brennert

10- A non-fiction book: Kitchen Confidential--Anthony Bourdain

11- A book that will make you think: Visionary Women--Andrea Barnet

12- A book with a one-word title: Silverworld--Diana Abu-Jaber

13- A science fiction book by a woman writer: Parable of the Sower--Octavia E. Butler

14- A book you bought last year: The Cactus--Sarah Haywood

15- A book waiting to be read for years: Eight Hundred Grapes--Laura Dave

16- An LGBTQ+ writer’s book: The Guncle--Steven Rowley

17- A memoir or an essay: My Patients and Other Animals--Suzy Finchman-Gray

18- A book with a city/country name in the title: The Little Paris Bookshop--Nina George

19- A children’s book: The Girl Who Drank the Moon--Kelly Barnhill

20- A book with an animal in the title: When You Trap a Tiger--Tae Keller

Challenge completed on June 16