2015 Reading Challenge

This post is going to be used to track my progress for this 2015 Reading Challenge that I pledged to complete in my 2015 Bookish Resolution post:

– Book w/ 500+ pages – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire J K Rowling
– Classic romance
– Book that became a movie – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban J K Rowling
– Book published this year (2015)
– Book w/ a number in the title – 1984 George Orwell
– Book written by someone under 30
– Book w/ nonhuman characters – The BFG Roald Dahl
– Funny book
Book by female author – The Paradise Room Belinda Jones
Mystery or thriller – The Killing Floor Lee Child
– Book w/ one-word title
– Book of short stories
– Book set in a different country – Pictures of Lily Paige Toon
– Nonfiction
– Popular author’s first book
– Book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet
– Book a friend recommended – I Love Capri Belinda Jones
– Pulitzer Prize-winning book
– Book based on true story
– Book at bottom of your to-read list
– Book your mom loves
– Book that scares you
– Book more than 100 years old – Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson
– Book based on its cover
– Book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t
– A memoir – Twelve Years a Slave Solomon Northup
– Book you can finish in a day – Baby Be Mine Paige Toon
– Book w/ antonyms in the title
– Book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit
– Book that came out the year you were born
– Book w/ bad reviews – The Golden Lily Richelle Mead
– A trilogy
– Book from your childhood – Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets J K Rowling
– Book w/ a love triangle – Johnny Be Good Paige Toon
– Book set in the future
– Book set in high school
– Book w/ color in the title – The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde
– Book that made you cry
– Book w/ magic – Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone J K Rowling
– Graphic novel
– Book by an author you’ve never read before – Lucy in the Sky Paige Toon
– Book you own but have never read – The Hound of the Baskervilles
– Book that takes place in your hometown (I’m gunna say state might be easier…)
– Book that was originally written in different language
– Book set during Christmas – One Perfect Christmas Paige Toon
– Book written by an author with your same initials
– A play
– A banned book
– Book based on or turned into a TV show
– Book you started but never finished

Over the course of the year, or the reading challenge, I am going to update this post to reflect the books I have read and the challenges I have completed. As I read, some of the books I have chosen may replace the ones that already fulfil the challenge requirement – mainly so the same authors don’t appear over and over again!

There will some inevitable overlap with The Book Riot 2015 Read Harder Challenge.

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