Friday, December 31, 2021

The Nerd Daily’s 2022 Reading Challenge

 Decided to do this one again. Last year was my first time.

  1. Book with a red spine: Kamala's Way--Dan Morain
  2. Debut author: The Cactus--Sarah Haywood
  3. Bookstore recommendation: Salt to the Sea--Ruta Sepetys
  4. Title starts with F or S: Summer on Blossom Street--Debbie Macomber
  5. Mystery or middle grade: The Coldest Case--Martin Walker 
  6. NY Times bestseller: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil--John Berendt
  7. Set in summer: The Summer of Jordi Perez--Amy Spalding
  8. Bought based on cover: Smoke and Mirrors--K.D. Halbrook
  9. Anthology: Meet Cute--Jennifer L. Armentrout & others
  10. Recommended by family/friend: Dragonfly in Amber--Diana Gabaldon
  11. Part of a series: The Rivals--Daisy Whitney
  12. 2022 movie adaptation: Conversations With Friends--Sally Rooney
  13. Reviewed by Nerd Daily in 2022: Lessons in Chemistry--Bonnie Garmus
  14. Author starting with R: Tell the Wolves I'm Home--Carol Rifka Brunt
  15. A retelling: Cinderella is Dead--Kalynn Bayron
  16. YA or sci-fi: Never Always Sometimes--Adi Alsaid
  17. Released in February 2022: This Woven Kingdom--Tahereh Mafi
  18. Under 350 pages: When You Trap a Tiger--Tae Keller
  19. Four-word title: Out of My Mind--Sharon M. Draper
  20. Fantasy or romanceListen to Your Heart--Kasie West
  21. A book you never finished started when you planned to: Jemima J--Jane Green
  22. Purple on the cover: Kamala: Feminist Folktales From Around the World--Ethel Johnston Phelps
  23. Reread: By the Shores of Silver Lake--Laura Ingalls Wilder
  24. Recommended on social media: Arsenic and Adobo--Mia P. Manansala
  25. Protagonist starts with B: Here to Stay--Sara Farizan
  26. Standalone: Eight Hundred Grapes--Laura Dave
  27. 2022 TV adaptation: Station Eleven--Emily St. John Mandel
  28. An author new to you: A Curse So Dark and Lonely--Brigid Kemmerer
  29. Released in July 2022: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow--Gabrielle Zevin
  30. #ownvoices author: Angel of Greenwood--Randi Pink
  31. A questionable cover: The Coldest Winter Ever--Sister Souljah
  32. Author starting with G: Call Us What We Carry--Amanda Gorman
  33. A book gifted to you: The Switch--Beth O'Leary
  34. Protagonist starting with T: Twice in a Blue Moon--Christina Lauren
  35. In your TBR pile: Sleeping With Anemone--Kate Collins
  36. Non-fiction or audiobook: Kitchen Confidential--Anthony Bourdain
  37. #booktok recommendation: The Guncle--Steven Rowley
  38. Bought based on cover: Tokyo Ever After--Emiko Jean
  39. Setting: where you'd rather be: Bridgerton: The Duke and I--Julia Quinn
  40. Written by a fave author: The Homewreckers--Mary Kay Andrews
  41. Features a journey: Journey Under the Sea--R.A. Montgomery
  42. Start a new series: The Mockingbirds--Daisy Whitney
  43. Number in the title: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore--Robin Sloan
  44. Released before you were born: Strange Tales From a Chinese Studio--Pu Songling
  45. Picked at random: Miss Herbert (The Suburban Wife)--Christina Stead
  46. Quoted by an author you like: Peril in Paperback--Kate Carlisle
  47. Illustrated cover: Silverworld--Diana Abu-Jaber
  48. One-word title: Moloka'i--Alan Brennert
  49. Bought on holidays: Girl Online On Tour--Zoe Sugg
  50. Book with blue spine: Easy Crafts for the Insane--Kelly Williams Brown
  51. Multiple perspectives: Life's Too Short--Abby Jimenez
  52. BIPOC author: Black Buck--Mateo Askaripour
Challenge completed on December 5

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