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Popsugar Reading Challenge 2019 Wrap Up

So for the last couple of years, I have been doing the Popsugar Reading Challenge and 2019 is no different. I think that this year is more challenging as the prompts are a little weird but I am always up for a challenge. So let's see the prompts and see how many I completed.
  1. Book Becoming a Movie in 2019: The Northern Lights by Phillip Pullman (OK so this is a TV Show but...)
  2. Book That Makes You Nostalgic:
  3. Book Written by a Musician (Fiction or Nonfiction): 
  4. Book You Think Should be Turned Into a Movie: Jack of Hearts by L. C. Rosen 
  5. Book With at Least One Million Ratings on Goodreads: Animal Farm by George Orwell
  6. Book With a Plant in the Title or on the Cover: One Shot by Tanya Landman (There is a tree on the cover)
  7. Reread of a Favorite Book:
  8. Book About a Hobby: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
  9. Book With "Pop," "Sugar," or "Challenge" in the Title:
  10. Book With an Item of Clothing or Accessory on the Cover: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
  11. Inspired by Mythology, Legend or Folklore: Once & Future #1 by Kieron Gillen 
  12. Published Posthumously:
  13. Book You See Someone Reading on TV or in a Movie:
  14. Retelling of a Classic:
  15. Book With a Question in the Title: What Magic is This? by Holly Bourne
  16. Set on a College or University Campus: America #13 by Gabby Riveria
  17. About Someone With a Superpower: Renegades by Marissa Meyer
  18. Book Told From Multiple Character POVs: Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  19. Set in Space: On A Sunbeam by Tillie Walden 
  20. By Two Female Authors: Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell & Faith Erin Hicks 
  21. Title that Contains "Salty," "Sweet," "Bitter" or "Spicy"
  22. Set in Scandinavia:
  23. Takes Place in a Single Day: The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon
  24. Debut Novel: The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo 
  25. Book Published in 2019: The Year After You by Nina de Pass
  26. Featuring an Extinct or Imaginary Culture: All The Lonely People by David Owen 
  27. Recommended by a Celebrity You Admire: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid 
  28. Book with "Love" in the Title: I Believe In A Thing Called Love by Maureen Goo
  29. Book Featuring an Amateur Detective: A Study In Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro 
  30. Book About a Family: Fire Colour One by Jenny Valentine
  31. Written by an Author from Asia, Africa, or South America:
  32. Zodiac Sign or Astrology Term in the Title: The Wicked & The Divine by Kieron Gillen 
  33. Book That Includes a Wedding:
  34. By an Author Whose First and Last Name Start with the Same Letter: The Subtle Knife by Phillip Pullman 
  35. A Ghost Story:
  36. Two-Word Title: Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry 
  37. Novel Based on A True Story: War Girls by Tochi Onyebuchi 
  38. Book Revolving Around a Puzzle or Game:
  39. Your Favorite Prompt from a Past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge: A Book With A Season in the Title: A Winter's Promise by Christelle Dabos
  1. "Cli-Fi" (climate fiction) Book:
  2. "Choose Your Own Adventure" Book:
  3. An #OwnVoices Book: On The Come Up by Angie Thomas
  4. Read a Book During the Season it is Set In: The Opposite Of Always by Jason A. Reynolds
  5. A Lit RPG Book:
  6. Book with No Chapters/Unusual Chapter Headings/Unconventionally Numbered Chapters: Fans Of The Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa 
  7. Two Books That Share the Same Title (1): Orange Volume 1 by Ichigo Takano 
  8. Two Books That Share the Same Title (2): Orange Volume 2 by Ichigo Takano 
  9. Book that has Inspired a Common Phrase or Idiom (e.g., Big Brother from 1984):
  10. Book set in an Abbey, Cloister, Monastery, Vicarage or Convent:
I have to admit that I completely forgot about doing this so I am actually happy to see that I completed a lot of the challenges. I admit that I may have bent some to fit but the most are quite accurate. I also hope to do it next year as well so look out for that!

See you soon, 


Did you do any reading challenges this year? If so what are they? How did you do? Let me know in the comments!


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