HOW THIS WORKS:
There are 5 tiers divided into 60 categories. You can complete the challenge going tier by tier, pick the tiers you want to complete or pick the categories you want to complete. Ore if you are someone like me you can just go about it in what ever fashion you feel like when you wake up each morning.
Check out the Tiers and Categories below – If you want to join in you can get the printable version here for ease of reference.
This challenge is hosted by Linz the Bookworm & The Logophile. This is a very casual challenge – nowhere to really link up to but the hosts are quite happy to chat with you on Goodreads or Twitter about your choices etc. You could always just leave a comment on their posts or even just lemme know that your joining up if you want.
I will update the spreadsheet as I complete categories with links to the reviews.
1.) Read a book obtained from Kindle Unlimited, Audible, Amazon First Reads, Paperback Swap, or the Library – Daddy’s Little Darling by Layla Roberts
2.) Read a book under 400 pages – Quarantined Hearts by Bee Murray
3.) Reread a book that makes you happy – Rise of Illiri by Auryn Hadley
4.) Read a stand-alone novel (not in a series) – Little Love by Siobhan Smile
5.) Read a book that starts with the letter D – Defiance by Auryn Hadley
6.) Read a book that was recommended to you – Queen Takes Knights by Joely Sue Burkhart
7.) Read a book with the color white on the cover – Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M Nascosta
8.) Read a book where the main character is a High School or College Student – First Addition by Kelsey Soliz
9.) Read a book by an author named Michael/Mike/Michelle or variant
10.) Read a book that’s been turned into a TV series or a Movie – The Host by Stephanie Meyer
11.) Read a book with exactly two words in the title – Enemy Zone by Alex Lidell – 4 Stars
12.) Free Space! Pick any book! – Gypsy Blood by Kristy Cunning
13.) A book from https://www.whatshouldireadnext.com – Still Standing by Kristen Ashley
14.) Read a Murder Mystery Trouble on Main Street by Kirsten Fullmer
15.) Read the first book in a series you’ve wanted to start – Pack Darling by Lola Rock
16.) Read a book that has a person on the cover – Nail ‘Em by Sam Hall
17.) Read a book where the main character’s occupation is a chef or baker
18.) Read a book by an author born in the 20th Century (1901-2000) Fragged by Auryn Hadley
19.) Read a book with a form of royalty in the title (Queen, King, Prince, Princess, etc.) Queen takes King by Joely Sue Burkhart
20.) Read a book you meant to read on last year’s challenge – n/a (first time on)
21.) Read a book by Barbara Cartland
22.) Read a book that takes place in Spring
23.) Read a book with the word Human/Person/People in the title
24.) Free space! Pick any book!
25.) Read a book by a Self Published author
26.) Read a book for under $5
27. Read a book from https://time.com/collection/100-best-fantasy-books/
28.) Read a book published in the 2010s
29.) Read a book from your favorite genre
30.) Read a book that has had at least three different covers
31.) Read a book that takes place in Europe
32.) Read a book by an author with the same first name as one of your grandparents
33.) Read a book where the main character is a magic user
34.) Read a book with a time of day in the title (Morning, Noon, Evening, Dusk, Dawn, etc.)
35.) Read a book by an author of a different ethnicity than you
36.) Free Space! Pick any book!
37.) Read the next book in a series you’ve started
38.) Read a book with an orange cover
39.) Read a book over 600 pages
40.) Read a book that uses the “Chosen One” trope
41.) Read a book where the main character is elderly
42.) Read a book with the letter V in the title or author’s name
43.) Read a Science Fiction
44.) Read a book that starts with the letter P
45.) Read a book with a bird on the cover
46.) Read a book (fiction or nonfiction) about a lady on this list: https://www.historyextra.com/100-women/100-women-results/
47.) Read a book with the main character of a different ethnicity than you
48.) Free space! Pick any book!
49.) Read a book with an interesting cover font
50.) Read a book about orphans
51.) Read a book with the word “wind” in the title
52.) Read a book by John Irving
53.) Read a book that was published with you were eleven
54.) Read a book that takes place in the 1960s
55.) Read a book (fiction or nonfiction) about a topic that’s always interested you, but you haven’t read about it yet
56.) Read a nonfiction book that teaches you a new skill
57.) Read a book without a picture on the cover
58.) Read a book (fiction or nonfiction) involving mental illness
59.) Read a book that has had unfavorable reviews, but you’re still curious about
60.) Free space! Pick any book!