Thursday, December 22, 2022

2023 NoveList Reading Challenge

 Another new one to me.

January: Start the new year off right by picking up a 2022 favorite from the NoveList Best of the Year lists: Almost American Girl--Robin Ha

February: Read a romance or a love story starring Black characters: Seven Days in June--Tia Williams

March: Read a book made popular by BookTok. Need inspiration? Check out our For Fans of BookTok Recommended Reads Lists: Verity--Colleen Hoover

April: Read a book that is being adapted into a movie or TV show in 2023. (NoveList tip: Search GN Page to screen.): Dear Edward--Ann Napolitano

May: Read a book starring a main character who has a disability: Josee, the Tiger and the Fish--Seiko Tanabe

June: Use the genre Book Club Best Bets to pick a title: The Personal Librarian--Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray 

July: Read a mystery or thriller set in the summer: The Villa--Rachel Hawkins  

August: Read a book that stars an unreliable or unnamed narrator: One of Us is Lying--Karen M. McManus  

September: It's time to go back to school! Read a book with the theme dark academia: One of Us is Next--Karen M. McManus 

October: Read a book with an orange or black cover: Checking Out Crime--Laurie Cass

November: Give thanks and read a book about chosen family or family gatherings: Once Upon a December--Amy E. Reichert

December: Read a collection of short stories or essays by a non-American author: The Seven Purposes--Margaret Cameron 

Challenge completed on December 1

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