Reading challenge 2019

Jan 072019
 7 January 2019  Posted by  Add comments

Row One: 0/5
A book with a one word title – 
A book with a car chase in it – 
A book by an author you love but haven’t read –  
A new genre book – 
A book with a person’s name in the title – 

Row Two: 0/5
A book to finish in a day – 
A book with a color in the title –
A reverse harem book –
A mystery or thriller – 
A book that has a number on the title –

Row Three: 0/5 – 
The fifth book in a series – 
A book from your own country / state –
A book under 200 pages – 
A book from a series new to you – 
A book with a blue cover – 

Row Four: 0/5
A book set in a different country – 
A book with an ugly cover –
A book that scares you –
A book about music or musicians – 
A book by a female author – 

Row Five: 0/5
A book with an outstanding hero – 
A historical romance –
A book from a series you love – 
A book set in an era you would love to see –
A book a friend recommended –  

Row Six: 0/5 –
An erotica romance – 
A book over 400 pages – 
A book you did not expect to like that much – 
A book about a crime detective – 
A paranormal book – 

Row Seven: 0/5 –
A book with weather in the title – 
A book that features supernatural powers –  
A book by an author who uses initials in their pen name – 
A book with action and adventure in it – 
A book you didn’t want to put down – 

Row Eight: 0/5
A book about Sci-fi – 
A book by an author new to you –  
A collection of short stories – 
A book about a sport – 
A book with a beautiful cover –

Row Nine: 0/5
A book about Shifters –
A memoir –
A book involving time travel – 
A book you heard about on Goodreads – 
A book about angels – 

Row Ten: 0/5
A contemporary romance –
A book about witches – 
A book set on another planet – 
A book with food in the title – 
A book set somewhere you have travelled to – 

Row Eleven: 0/5
A book published in 2019 – 
A book published in 2018 – 
A book published in 2017 – 
A book published in 2016 – 
A book published in 2015 – 

Good luck! please leave in the comments your book examples as soon as you fill them in so we can help others find relevant books. I shall leave mine also 🙂


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  3 Responses to “Reading challenge 2019”

  1. A book with a person’s name in the title – Burying Water by K.A. Tucker

  2. A reverse harem book – Gypsy Freak by C.M. Owens

  3. A book from a series new to you – The Gravity between us by Brittainy C. Cherry

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