2019 Book Nook

Hello, 2019!

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The GoodReads goal this year is 40.
I’m going to do Erin’s challenges and the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge.
Wish me luck!

Book Challenge by Erin 11.0

July 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019 (link)

  • | 5 points| Freebie: Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood
  • | 10 points | A book that starts with “F”: Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey
  • | 10 points | A book with rain(s), thunder, lightning, or monsoon in the title: The Lightening Thief by Rick Riordan
  • | 15 points | A book with a picture of a building: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
  • | 20 points | A book that the author uses an initial in her name: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
  • | 20 points | A book with an article of clothing/accessory in the title: The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie
  • | 25 points | A book set in India: The Jungle Books by Rudyard Kipling
  • | 30 points | A book that has won/been short-listed for the Booker Prize: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
  • | 30 points | About a human with superpowers/supernatural powers: Archenemies by Marissa Meyer
  • | 35 points | A book that has the same title as a book of a different genre: Soulless by Gail Carriger

POPSUGAR 2019 Reading Challenge


🔲 A book becoming a movie in 2019 |
🔲 A book that makes you nostalgic |
🔲 A book written by a musician (fic or non) |
✓ A book you think should be turned into a movie | Nevermoor (Townsend)
🔲 A book with at least one million ratings on GR |
✓   A book with a plant in the title or on the cover | A Curse So Dark & Lonely (Kemmerer)
🔲 A reread of a favorite book |
🔲 A book about a hobby |
🔲 A book you meant to read in 2018 | Cocaine Blues (Greenwood)
🔲 A book with “pop”, “sugar”, or “challenge” in the title |
🔲 A book with an item of clothing or accessory on the cover |
✓  A book inspired by mythology, legend, or folklore | Song of the Sparrow (Sandell)
🔲 A book published posthumously |
🔲 A book you see someone reading on TV or in a movie |
🔲 A retelling of a classic |
🔲 A book with a question in the title |
🔲 A book set on a college or university campus |
🔲 A book about someone with a superpower |
✓  A book told from multiple character POVs | Nine Perfect Strangers (Moriarty)
✓  A book set in space | Gone Rogue: Wires & Nerve vol. 2 (Meyer)
🔲 A book by two female authors |
🔲 A book with a title that contains “salty”, “sweet”, “bitter”, or “spicy” |
✓  A book set in Scandinavia | A Man Called Ove (Backman)
🔲 A book that takes place in a single day |
🔲 A debut novel |
✓  A book published in 2019 | Daisy Jones and the Six (Reid)
✓  A book featuring an extinct or imaginary creature | Jurassic Park (Crichton)
🔲 A book recommended by a celebrity you love |
🔲 A book with “love” in the title |
✓  A book featuring an amateur detective | The Girl Who Knew Too Much (Quick)
✓  A book about a family | Winter at West Sands Guest House (Conway)
🔲 A book written by an author from Asia, Africa, or South Africa |
🔲 A book with a zodiac sign or astrology term in the title |
✓  A book that includes a wedding | Hotshot Doc (Grey)
🔲 A book by an author whose first and last name begin with the same letter |
✓  A ghost story | The Darkling Bride (Andersen)
✓  A book with a two-word title | Crooked House (Christie)
✓  A novel based on a true story | The One and Only Ivan (Applegate)
🔲 A book revolving around a puzzle or game |
✓  Your favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge:
(2017) A book with pictures | Crenshaw (Applegate)


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End of Year Review

Check out my book progress in 20182017, and 2016!