Pop Sugar Reading Challenge

 

Here is my list of books I plan on reading throughout 2017 for the Pop Sugar Reading Challenge! There are 40 prompts and then 12 advanced prompts! I’m hoping to complete half of these prompts AT LEAST, even though I have the goal to read 52 books this year!

Done | in progress

Recommended by a Librarian: In Cold Blood – Truman Capote
Been on Your TBR List Way Too Long: A Journal of Sin – Darryl Donaghue
Book of Letters: Letters from Father Christmas – J.R.R. Tolkien
Audiobook: Scrappy Little Nobody – Anna Kendrick
Book by a Person of Color: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? – Mindy Kaling
One of the Four Seasons in the Title: Summer Days & Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories
Book That is a Story Within a Story: The Thirteenth Tale – Diane Setterfield
Book With Multiple Authors: Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances
Espionage Thriller: Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
Cat on the Cover: The Psychopath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry – Jon Ronson
By an Author Who Uses a Pseudonym: The Cuckoo’s Calling – Robert Galbraith
Bestseller From a Genre You Don’t Normally Read: Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter – Seth Graeme-Smith
By or About a Person Who Has a Disability: Puddle Jumping – Amber L. Johnson
Book Involving Travel: The Woman in Cabin 10 – Ruth Ware
Book With A Subtitle: 10% Happier – Dan Harris
Published in 2017: Always and Forever, Lara Jean – Jenny Haan
Book Involving a Mythical Creature: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – JK Rowling
Book You’ve Read Before That Never Fails to Make You Smile: Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone
Book About Food: It starts with Food: Discover the Whole 30 – Dallas Hartwig
Book With Career Advice: Power Your Happy – Lisa Sugar
Book From a Nonhuman Perspective: The Book Thief – Markus Zusak
Steampunk Novel: Clockwork Angel – Cassandra Clare
Book With a Red Spine: An Abundance of Katherines – John Green
Book Set in the Wilderness: The Girls of No Return – Erin Saldin
Book You Loved as a Child: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix- J.K Rowling
By an Author From a Country You’ve Never Visited: Truly Madly Guilty – Liane Moriarty
Title That’s a Character’s Name: Sisi: An Empress on Her Own – Allison Pataki
Novel Set During Wartime: All the Light we Cannot See – Anthony Doerr
Book With an Unreliable Narrator: Before I Go to Sleep – S.J. Watson
Book With Pictures: A Work in Progress – Connor Franta
Book with Main Character Who is a Different Ethnicity From You: Pointe – Brandy Colbert
Book About an Interesting Woman: JonBenét: Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation – Steve Thomas
Book Set in Two Different Time Periods: Miss. Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Month or Day of the Week in the Title: The Wednesday Sisters – Meg Waite Clayton
Set in a Hotel: Suite Scarlett – Maureen Johnson
Written By Someone You Admire: Too Late, Colleen Hoover
Book Becoming a Movie in 2017: Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon
Book Set Around a Holiday Other Than Christmas: A Season with the Witch – J.W. Ocker
1st Book in a Series You Haven’t Read Before: Beautiful Disaster – Jamie McGuire
A Book You Bought on a Trip: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – J.K. Rowling

Advanced:
Book Recommended by an Author You Love: Bad Mommy – Tarryn Fisher
Bestseller From 2016: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – J.K Rowling
Family Member Term in the Title: America’s First Daughter – Stephanie Dray
Takes Place Over a Character’s Life Span: Life After Life -Kate Atkinson
About an Immigrant or Refugee: My New American Life – Francine Prose
From a Genre/Subgenre You’ve Never Heard of: A Dirty Job – Christopher Moore
Book With an Eccentric Character: The Rosie Project – Graeme Simsion
Book That’s More Than 800 Pages: Alexander Hamilton – Ron Chernow
Book You Got From a Used Book Sale: (Need to buy one)
Book That’s Mentioned in Another Book: The Namesake – Jhumpa Lahiri
Book About a Difficult Topic: Plain Truth – Jodi Picoult
Book Based on Mythology: The Goddess Test – Aimee Carter