1.) Post the challenge and these rules onto your blog with a link to the original post.
2.) Post the list with your book choices. You don’t have to have one picked out for every month, but I think it’s fun to think of your titles in advance. Plus you can always change them later.
3.) Tag someone else (at least two other people) to participate in the challenge.
January: In celebration of failed New Year’s Resolutions everywhere, I challenge you to read something that’s been on your TBR for too long.
The Boys In The Boat by Daniel James Brown –Read
February: In honor of Valentine’s day, I challenge you to read something romantic.
The Sea of Tranquility by Katija Millay–Read
March: In honor of World Poetry Day (March 21), I challenge you to read a book of poetry.
→ Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson- Have not read
April: Because April starts out with a good prank or two, I challenge you to read something funny.
→ Yes Please by Amy Poehler- Have not read
May: In honor of Star Wars, I challenge you to read a science fiction novel. May the Fourth be with you!
→ Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
June: Because it’s finally summer, I challenge you to read a book you’d read on the beach.
→ The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen
July: Because it’s Harry’s birth month, I challenge you to read a fantasy novel.
→ The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
August: In honor of students going back to school, I challenge you to read a young adult novel.
→ Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
September: In celebration of Banned Books Week, I challenge you to read anovel that’s been challenged/banned.
→ Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
October: In celebration of Halloween, I challenge you to read something in the horror or thriller genre.
→ The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
November: In recognition of writers slaving away for NaNoWriMo, I challenge you to read a novel written by a new author.
December: Because it’s the end of the year, I challenge you to read something that was published in 2016
Until next time,