2015 Reading challenge

Now, I love reading. I do, and like hundreds of millions of others, I  always have. I haven’t been able to find much time to devour the books I want to this year, and I put that down to the birth of my son on boxing day. BUT. I cannot let this stop me, so I have decided to have a go at the Popsugar reading challenge 2015. 50 books, 3 read already and only 8 months left of the year. Impossible! I hear you say, well,  it will be a challenge, but life is about challenges……

Below are the categories and as I read I will add the title I have chosen and review.

– A book with more than 500 pages

– A classic romance

-A book that became a movie

– A book published this year

-A book with a number in the title

-A book written by somebody under 30

-A book with nonhuman characters

-A funny book- How to talk to a widower by Jonathan Tropper

– A book written by a female author- The long song- by Andrea Levy (not reviewed)

– A mystery or thriller

-A book with a one-word- title- Sedition by Kathrine Grant (not reviewed)

– A book of short stories

– A book set in a different country

-A non-fiction book- French Children Don’t Throw Food by Pamela Druckerman

-A book from an author you love but haven’t read yet- The butterfly box by Santa Montefiore

– A book a friend recommended

– A pulitzer prize winning book

– A book based on a true story- The time of singing by Elizabeth Chadwick (Review coming shortly)

– A book at the bottom of your reading list

– A book your mum loves

– A book that scares you

– A book more than 100 years old- Lorna Doone by R.D Blackmore

– A book based entirely on its front cover-

– A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t

– A memoir

-A book you can finish in a day

– A book with antonyms in the title

– A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit

– A book that came our the year you were born

– A book with bad reviews

-A trilogy

– A book from your childhood

– A book with a love triangle

-A book set in the future

– A book set in high school

– A book with a colour in the title

– A book that made you cry- Indiscretion by Charles Dubow

– A book with magic

-A graphic novel

– A book by an author you’ve never read before- Ghost heart by R.J Ellory

– A book you own but have never read

– A book that takes place in your home town

– A book that was originally written in a different language

– A book set during Christmas

– A book written by an author with the same initials- Every Single Minute by Hugo Hamilton

– A play

-A banned book

– A book based on or turned into a TV show

– A book you started but never finished


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