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Hey it’s 2023 ♥

GoodReads goal: 23 books

Book Challenge by Erin 17.0

July 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022 (link)

| 5 points | Freebie: The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
| 10 points | A book set in Australia/by an Australian author: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
| 10 points | Author goes by three names: Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
| 15 points | A book with “black” or “white” in the title: The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed
| 20 points | A GoodReads award winner: The Martian by Andy Weir (2018, science fiction)
| 20 points | A book set in a small town or rural area: Book Lovers by Emily Henry
| 25 points | A book with “heart” or “love” in the title: Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey
| 30 points | A book that starts w/ the first letter of your first name: Archenemies by Marissa Meyer
| 30 points | A book with an unusual narrator: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby van Pelt 
| 35 points | A book with a prime number in the title: Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen McManus

| T O T A L    P O I N T S | 25 points

POPSUGAR 2023 Reading Challenge

✔️ A book you meant to read in 2022: The Final Gambit [Jennifer Lynn Barnes]
🔲 A book you bought from an independent bookstore
✔️ A book about a vacation: Book Lovers [Emily Henry]
🔲 A book by a first-time author
🔲 A book with mythical creatures
🔲 A book about a forbidden romance
🔲 A book with “Girl” in the title
🔲 A celebrity memoir
🔲 A book with a color in the title
🔲 A romance with a fat lead
🔲 A book about or set in Hollywood
🔲 A book published in spring 2023
🔲 A book published the year you were born
🔲 A modern retelling of a classic
🔲 A book with a song lyric as it’s title
🔲 A book where the main character’s name is in the title
✔️ A book with a love triangle: The End of Temperance Dare [Wendy Webb]
🔲 A book that’s been banned or challenged in any state in 2022
🔲 A book that fulfills your favorite prompt from a past challenge
🔲 A book becoming a TV series or movie in 2023
🔲 A book set in the decade you were born
🔲 A book with a queer lead
🔲 A book with a map
🔲 A book with a rabbit on the cover
✔️ A book with just text on the cover: How to Raise an Adult [Julie Lythcott-Haims]
🔲 The shortest book (by pages) on your TBR list
🔲 A #BookTok recommendation
🔲 A book you bought secondhand
✔️ A book your friend recommended: The Devil and the Dark Water [Stuart Turton]
🔲 A book that’s on a celebrity book-club list
✔️ A book about a family: The Dead Romantics [Ashley Poston]
🔲 A book that comes out in the second half of 2023
🔲 A book about an athlete/sport
🔲 A historical-fiction book
🔲 A book about divorce
🔲 A book you think your best friend would like
🔲 A book you should have read in high school
🔲 A book you read more than 10 years ago
🔲 A book you wish you could read for the first time again
🔲 A book by an author with the same initials as you

🔲 A book written during NaNoWriMo
🔲 A book based on a popular movie
🔲 A book that takes place entirely in one day
🔲 A book that was self-published
🔲 A book that started out as fan fiction
🔲 A book with a pet character
🔲 A book about a holiday that’s not Christmas
🔲 A book that features two languages
🔲 The longest book (by pages) on your TBR list
🔲 A book with alliteration in the title


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