Thursday, December 15, 2022

2023 Something Bookish Reading Challenge

 Ok, taking the plunge into another new one to me, hosted at this blog

  1. A Book By A North African Author
  2. A Book With A Long Title
  3. A Book With An Ensemble Cast Of Characters
  4. A Book Inspired By Mythology, Folklore, or Legend
  5. A Book By A West African Author: A Long Way Gone--Ishmael Beah
  6. An Audiobook Narrated By Its Author: Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head: Poems--Warsan Shire
  7. A Romance Novel By A Non-Caucasian Author 
  8. A Book Set In Central Africa/By A Central African Author
  9. A Book Written By Two Authors: The Office BFFs--Jenna Fischer & Angela Kinsey
  10. A Book With Non-Human Character(s) or Narrators: Remarkably Bright Creatures--Shelby Van Pelt
  11. Translated Fiction By A Female Author And Female Translator
  12. A Book Set In East Africa/By An East African Author: Three Sisters, Three Queens--Philippa Gregory
  13. A Book That Has Been Adapted To Film/TV: The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman--Ernest J. Gaines
  14. Any Of The Monthly Picks From The Indulgent Bibliophile Bookclub
  15. Historical Fiction Set In South Asia/East Asia/Southeast Asia
  16. A Book With A Character Name in the Title: My Name is Asher Lev--Chaim Potok
  17. A Book Under 200 Pages
  18. A Book About Siblings
  19. A Book Set In The Caribbean/By Caribbean Author
  20. A Book With Blue In Its Cover Design: The Love Hypothesis--Ali Hazelwood
  21. A Book By A Southern African Author
  22. A Book About Grief/Loss/Death
  23. A Young Adult(YA) Novel By A Non-Caucasian Author: Tokyo Dreaming--Emiko Jean
  24. A Multigenerational Family Saga: Tending Roses--Lisa Wingate

1 comment:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Some of these could broaden horizons!