My Reading Challenge 2019

If you’ve followed my reading challenges you’ll know in the past few years I’ve created my own list by taking inspiration and prompts from Modern Mrs Darcy or Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge which really appeal to me.

Well this year my fabulous friend, Sarah Sulzberger has created her own rather fabulous reading challenge on her blog Dance, Dance, Ramble, Ramble and I’m going to be creating my reading list following many of the prompts on her list.

If you want to join in with her challenge and book chat, visit https://dancedancerambleramble.com/category/reading-challenge/ where you can download her full list (also pictured right) and use/follow the hashtag #ddrrreadingchallenge

Why am I following this one? It’s not JUST because Sarah is one of my favourite people ever (see here) but I love the prompts she’s selected, I think they’ll really get me reading new authors, genres, styles and stories and after all, that’s exactly what these challenges are about!

As for me, I’ll list the prompts I’m focusing on below, along with the books I’ve picked and my reviews.

See previous challenge lists

2018

2017


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Currently Reading


Reading Challenge Selected Prompts - 2019

  • A book which passes the Bechdel test

  • A debut novel | Four Steps | Wendy Hudson ☺☺
  • A book by a local author

  • A book which won a literary award  | The curious incident of the dog in the night-time ☺☺☺☺
  • A book which makes you laugh
  • A book about a religion or culture you aren’t familiar with

  • A book you just want to read | Sleep No More | P D James ☺☺☺☺
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    A book recommended by a friend

  • A book written by a woman of colour

  • A classic text

  • A book being made into a film

  • A book from a series you like

  • A book published in 2019

 

Another books I've read this year: 

  • The Cows | Dawn O'Porter ☺☺☺☺

  • The Book Of Lost Things | John Connelly ☺☺☺☺