Summer Reading Challenge Update

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Well the weeks of summer are winding down and I’m only a little more than halfway through my 16 in 16 Challenge.  I’m not stressing though.  These are the lazy days of summer, right?

I’m reading lots of books I wouldn’t have selected on my own and, although the challenge runs through August, I’m going to keep cracking the books until the official end of summer, September 21.

Where did I get these challenge prompts?  They came from the library where I work.  Since many of you have asked, here’s the list:

A book you can finish in a day

A book recommended by a librarian

A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit

A book written in the year you were born

A book that was banned at some point

A book being made into a movie this year

A book translated to English

A book with a blue cover

A book chosen for you by your spouse, partner, sibling, child, or BFF

A book in a genre you typically don’t read

A book to help you learn something new

A book “everyone” has read but you

A book with bad reviews

A book written by someone under 30 or over 70

A book with non-human characters

The second book in a series


Here’s what’s been in my beach tote:

The Good Neighbor  Calmer Girls   The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian   I Refuse   The Vacationers

The Ghost Map   The Beginner's Photography Guide   The Ocean at the End of the Lane   Brooklyn on Fire

How’s your summer reading coming along?

Thanks for visiting – come back soon!

 

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12 thoughts on “Summer Reading Challenge Update

  1. Those are very interesting prompts, and guaranteed to ensure that you read a variety of books! My book club could use that, as we tend to stick to the same kind of book far too often, in my opinion.

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