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2016 Book Riot Reading Challenge

Horror Novel – For Love of Audrey Rose by Frank De Felitta – READ 2/18/16
Nonfiction Book About Science
Collection of Essays – Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls by Jes Baker – READ 1/15/16
Read a Book Out Loud to Someone Else – A Child’s First Book of Trump by Michael Ian Black – READ 7/5/16
Middle Grade Novel – Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School by Jeff Kinney – READ 2/5/16
Biography – Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy by Kate Clifford Larson – READ 1/11/16
Dystopian/Post-Apocalyptic Novel – The Judas Contact by Heather Long – READ 7/4/16
Book Published in the Decade I Was Born
Audie Award-Winning Audiobook –
Book Over 500 Pages – Lucky by Jackie Collins – READ 1/4/16
Book Under 100 Pages – Captive Creature by Angelique Voisen – READ 2/24/16
Book By or About Person Who Identifies as Transgender
Book Set in the Middle East
Historical Fiction Set Before 1900 – Mozart’s Last Aria by Matt Rees – READ 4/23/16
First Book in Series by Person of Color
Non-Superhero Comic That Debuted in Last Three Years – Star Wars: Princess LeiaREAD 1/6/16
Book Adapted Into a Movie, Then Watch Movie – Room by Emma Donoghue – READ 3/24/16
Nonfiction Book About Feminism/Feminist Themes
Book About Religion – Encountering Truth by Pope Francis – READ 4/30/16
Book About Politics
Food Memoir
Play – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by JK Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne – READ 8/25/16
Book With Main Character Who Has a Mental Illness – Conquer by Angelique Voisen – READ 6/1/16

2016 Popsugar Reading Challenge 

Book based on a fairy tale – Taming the Beast  by Erzabet Bishop – READ 9/1/16
National Book Award Winner –
YA bestseller – Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy – READ 5/30/16
Book I haven’t read since high school –
Book set in my home state – You Can See Me by A.E. Via – READ 4/8/16
Book translated to English – Pierced by the Sun by Laura Esquivel – READ 8/27/16
Romance set in the future – Waylaid by TL Reeve READ 5/26/16
Book set in Europe – Dance for a Dead Princess by Deborah Hawkins – READ 3/27/16
Book under 150 pages – Beneath the Surface by M.A. Church – READ 2/16/16
New York Times bestseller – Dangerous Kiss by Jackie Collins – READ 2/20/26
Book adapted into movie in 2016 –
Book recommended by someone I’ve just met –
Self-improvement book –
Book I could finish in a day – Drop Dead Beautiful by Jackie Collins – READ 2/24/16
Book written by a celebrity – Troublemaker by Leah Remini – READ 1/22/16
Political memoir –
Book at least 100 years older than me – Silas Marner by George Eliot
Book more than 600 pages – Frank: The Voice by James Kaplan – READ 1/25/16
Book from Oprah’s Book Club –
Science fiction novel – Doctor Who: The Forever Trap by Dan Abnett – READ 4/14/16
Book recommended by a family member – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by JK Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne – READ 8/25/16
Graphic novel – Ghostbusters, Vol. 1 – READ 3/9/16
Book published in 2016 – Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly – READ 3/10/16
Book with a protagonist who has my profession – Reds in the Beds by Martin Turnbull – READ 1/29/16 (writer)
Book that takes place during summer – The Closet Trip by Lawrence Ambrose – READ 1/7/16
Book and its prequel – Lady Boss READ 1/8/16Vendetta: Lucky’s Revenge by Jackie Collins – READ 1/9/16
Murder mystery – Lost Among the Living by Simone St. James – READ 6/12/16
Book written by a comedian –
Dystopian novel –
Book with a blue cover – A Girl’s Guide to Moving On by Debbie Macomber – READ 1/1/16
Book of poetry –
First book I see in a bookstore – Notes of Temptation by Rebecca Halsey – READ 5/18/16
Classic from the 20th century –
Book from the library – The Santangelos by Jackie Collins – READ 3/3/16
Autobiography – Living Like a Runaway by Lita Ford – READ 6/24/16
Book about a road trip –
Book about a culture I’m unfamiliar with – The Comedians by Kliph Nesteroff – READ 6/23/16
Satirical book – M*A*S*H by Richard Hooker – READ 4/8/16
Book that takes place on an island – The Gin & Chowder Club by Nan Rossiter – READ 4/14/16 (Cape Cod, I’m counting this)
Book guaranteed to bring me joy – Doctor Who: The Roots of Evil by Philip Reeve – READ 4/12/16