2021 Book Nook

Hey! ♥ It’s 2021!

The GoodReads goal this year is 20 again. Maybe I’ll actually get close this time.
I’m going to do Erin’s challenges and the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge.

Book Challenge by Erin 14.0

January 1, 2021 to April 30, 2021 (link)

| 5 p | Freebie: The Unhoneymooners (Christina Lauren)
| 10 p | You’ve been meaning to re-read: HP & the Goblet of Fire (Rowling)
| 10 p | The first book of a series you’ve never read: A Court of Thorns and Roses (Maas)
| 15 p | Mostly green and/or pink cover art: The World of Lore: Wicked Mortals (Mahnke)
| 20 p | A male relationship word in the title: The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers (Mullen)
| 20 p | Set in a place on your bucket list: Bringing Down the Duke (Dunmore)
| 25 p | Reminds you of 2020: A Vow So Bold & Deadly (Kemmerer) – dark, I know.
| 30 p | Written by an LGBTQIA+ author: Red, White & Royal Blue (McQuiston)
| 30 p | The name of a bird in the title: The Maltese Falcon (Hammett)
| 35 p | Protagonist has a questionable profession: The Great Train Robbery (Crichton)

| T O T A L    P O I N T S | 35 points

POPSUGAR 2021 Reading Challenge

✔️ A book that’s published in 2021 | We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange
🔲 An Afrofuturist book |
🔲 A book that has a heart, diamond, club, or spade on the cover |
✔️ A book by an author who shares your zodiac sign | The Great Train Robbery by Michael Crichton
🔲 A dark academia book |
✔️ A book with a gem, mineral, or rock in the title | Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney
🔲 A book where the main character works at your current or dream job |
🔲 A book that has won the Women’s Prize For Fiction |
🔲 A book with a family tree |
🔲 A best seller from the 1990s |
🔲 A book about forgetting |
🔲 A book you have seen on someone’s bookshelf (IRL, on TV, in a Zoom call)|
✔️ A locked-room mystery | The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse
🔲 A genre hybrid |
🔲 A book set mostly or entirely outdoors |
🔲 A book with something broken on the cover |
🔲 A book by a Muslim American author |
🔲 A book that was published anonymously |
🔲 A book with an oxymoron in the title |
✔️ A book about do-overs or fresh starts | The Wife Stalker by Liz Constantine
🔲 A magical realism book |
✔️ A book set in multiple countries | A Vow So Bold & Deadly by Brigid Kemmerer
✔️ A book set somewhere you’d like to visit in 2021 | Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore
🔲 A book by a blogger, vlogger, YouTube video creator, or other online personality |
🔲 A book whose title starts with “Q”, “X”, or “Z” |
✔️ A book featuring three generations | Loch Down Abbey by Beth Cowan-Erskine
🔲 A book about a social justice issue |
✔️ A book set in a restaurant | The 12 Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss
🔲 A book with a black and white cover |
🔲 A book by an Indigenous author |
✔️ A book that has the same title as a song | One and Only by Lauren Sandler
🔲 A book about a subject you are passionate about |
🔲 A book that discusses body positivity |
✔️ A book found on a Black Lives Matter reading list | White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
🔲 A book in a different format than what you normally read |
✔️ A book that has less than 1,000 reviews on Amazon/Goodreads | Coldhearted Boss by R.S. Grey
🔲 A book you think your best friend would like |
✔️ A book about art or an artist | The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett
✔️ A book that everyone seems to have read but you | Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
🔲 Your favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge:


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