Tuesday, January 14, 2020

POPSUGAR 2021 Reading Challenge

Welcome to the detail and progress page for the 2022 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge! (40 MAIN/10 ADVANCED)

I will list each prompt, and then the book I read that fulfilled that prompt. I will also leave links to the reviews I write for each book. Click on the image above if you would like to participate in this reading challenge yourself!


☐ A book published in 2022: 
☐ A book set on a plane, train, or cruise ship: 
☐ A book about or set in a nonpatriarchal sociey:
☐ A book with a tiger on the cover or "tiger" in the title:
☐ A sapphic book: 
☐ A book by a Latinx author:
☐ A book with an onomatopoeia in its title:
☐ A book with a protagonist who uses a mobility aid: 
 A book about a "found family": 
 An Anisfield-Wolf Book Award winner: 
 A #BookTok recommendation:
 A book about the afterlife:
 A book set in the 1980s: 
 A book with cutlery on the cover or in the title:
 A book by a Pacific Islander author:
 A book about witches:
 A book becoming a TV series or movie in 2022:
 A romance novel by a BIPOC author:
 A book that takes place during your favorite season:
 A book whose title begins with the last letter of your previous read: 
 A book about a band or musical group: 
 A book with a character on the ace spectrum: 
 A book with a recipe in it:
 A book you can read in one sitting: 
 A book about a secret: 
 A book with a misleading title:
 A Hugo Award winner: 
 A book set during a holiday:
 A different book by an author you read in 2021:
 A book with the name of a board game in the title:
 A book featuring a man-made disaster:
 A book with a quote from your favorite author on the cover or Amazon page: 
 A social-horror book: 
 A book set in Victorian times: 
 A book with a constellation on the cover or in the title:
 A book you know nothing about:
 A book about gender identity:
 A book featuring a party: 
 An #OwnVoices SFF book: 
 A book that fulfills your favorite prompt from a past PopSugar Reading Challenge:



☐ A book with a reflected image on the cover or "mirror" in the title: 
☐ A book that features two languages:
☐ A book with a palindromic title: 
☐ A duology (1): 
☐ A duology (2): 
☐ A book about someone leading a double life: 
☐ A book featuring a parallel reality: 
☐ A book with two POVs: 
☐ Two books set in twin towns, aka "sister cities" (1): 
☐ Two books set in twin towns, aka "sister cities" (2): 

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