2016 Book Challenge Update!

Hi nerds!

Ok, so October is almost to it’s end, which is not only terrifying, but it has also caused me to look over my book challenge for the year and see if it’s actually going to be possible to finish or if I should just give up and cry.

Well, good news, I think I’m going to make it! Yay!

I’m doing the Popsugar 2016 book challenge, and it has been incredibly fun! It hasn’t only expanded my reading genre’s but it’s also gotten me through book slumps because I know if I want to win I have to keep going.

So far this year I’ve read 33 books, and the challenge has 41 books on it (I know this is nothing compared to some of you great readers out there!) however, not all the books I’ve read apply to the challenge, so I think I still have 12 categories left.

Anywhere, here are my reads so far and the categories I still have to finish (Bold= not read yet, Highlighted= Click to read review):

  1. A book based on a fairy tale
  2. A National Book Award Winner
    1. “Lord of Misrule”— Jaimey Gordon
  3. A YA Bestseller
    1. “Red Queen” — Victoria Aveyard
  4. A Book You Haven’t Read Since High School
    1. “Frankenstein” — Mary Shelley
  5. A Book Set in Your Home State
  6. A Book Translated to English
    1. “Giants in the Earth” — O.E. Rolvaag
  7. A Romance Set in the Future
    1. “Earth Girl” — Janet Edwards
  8. A Book Set in Europe
    1. “All the Light We Cannot See” — Anthony Doerr
  9. A Book that’s Under 150 Pages
  10. A New York Times Bestseller
    1. “Outlander” — Diana Gabaldon
  11. A Book that’s Becoming a Movie this Year
    1. “The Light Between Oceans” — M.L. Stedman
  12. A Book Recommended by Someone You Just Met
  13. A Self-Improvement Book
    1. “The Whole 30” –Melissa Hartwig & Dallas Hartwig
  14. A Book You Can Finish in a Day
    1. “A Grief Observed” — C.S. Lewis
  15. A Book Written by a Celebrity
    1. “Troublemaker” — Leah Remini
  16. A Political Memoir
    1. “Reagan Diaries” –Ronald Reagan
  17. A Book at Least 100 Years Older than You
    1. “The Iliad” — Homer
  18. A Book That’s More Than 600 pages
    1. “The Brother’s Karamazov” — Fydor Dostoevsky
  19. A Book From Oprah’s Book Club
  20. A Science Fiction Novel
    1. “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” — Jules Verne
  21. A Book Recommended by a Family Member
  22. A Graphic Novel
  23. A Book That Was Published in 2016
    1. “The Confessions of X” — Suzanne M. Wolfe
  24. A Book With A Protagonist Who Has Your Occupation
    1. “Jane Eyre”– Charlotte Bronte
  25. A Book That Takes Place During Summer
    1. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” — Shakespeare
  26. A Book and Its Prequel
    1. “Finn” — Jon Clinch
    2. “Huckleberry Finn” — Mark Twain
  27. A Murder Mystery
    1. “The Secret of Chimney’s” — Agatha Christie
  28. A Book Written by a Comedian
    1. “One More Thing” — B.J. Novak
  29. A Dystopian Novel
    1. “Brave New World” –Aldous Huxley
  30. A Book With a Blue Cover
    1. “Helena” — Evelyn Waugh
  31. A Book of Poetry
  32. The First Book You See in a Bookstore
  33. A Classic From the 20th Century
    1. “The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare” — G.K. Chesterton
  34. A Book From the Library
    1. “Go Set a Watchman” — Harper Lee
  35. An Autobiography
    1. “Story of a Soul” — St. Therese of Lisieux
  36. A Book About a Road Trip
  37. A Book About a Culture You’re Unfamiliar With
    1. “The Poisonwood Bible” — Barbera Kingsolver
  38. A Satirical Book
    1. “Catch-22” — Joseph Heller
  39. A Book that Takes Place on an Island
  40. A Book That’s Guaranteed to Bring You Joy
    1. “The Little Paris Bookshop” — Nina George

 

There is it! Like I said, I’m almost done and I can’t wait to have completed it.

If you have any suggestions for my categories I haven’t finished, please let me know! I’d also love to hear what book challenges you guys are doing and what you have read already!

 

 

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