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Popsugar Reading Challenge 2018

I have been doing the Popsugar Reading Challenge for the last two years and this year is no different. I will be tracking my progress on here so it will be updated over the course of the year. Here are the challenges, let's get started...
1. A book made into a movie you’ve already seen
2. True crime
3. The next book in a series you started: No Mercy Volume 2 by Alex de Campi
4. A book involving a heist
5. Nordic noir
6. A novel based on a real person: The Best That We Can Do by Thi Bui
7. A book set in a country that fascinates you: Black Water by Cormac O'Keefe
8. A book with a time of day in the title
9. A book about a villain or antihero
10. A book about death or grief: Scythe by Neal Shusterman 
11. A book with a female author who uses a male pseudonym
12. A book with an LGBTQ+ protagonist: Leah On The Offbeat by Becky Albertalli
13. A book that is also a stage play or musical
14. A book by an author of a different ethnicity than you: The Belles by Dhionelle Clayton 
15. A book about feminism: Bygone, Badass Broads by Mackenzie Lee
16. A book about mental health: Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman
17. A book you borrowed or that was given to you as a gift
18. A book by two authors: Obisido by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
19. A book about or involving a sport: The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth 
20. A book by a local author
21. A book with your favourite colour in the title: Purple Hearts by Michael Grant
22. A book with alliteration in the title: Dark Days by James Baldwin
23. A book about time travel: Paper Girls Volume 4 by Brian K. Vaughan 
24. A book with a weather element in the title
25. A book set at sea
26. A book with an animal in the title: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green
27. A book set on a different planet: The Planetsider by G. J. Odgen 
28. A book with song lyrics in the title: Nowhere Else But Here by Rachel Cotton
29. A book about or set on Halloween
30. A book with characters who are twins
31. A book mentioned in another book: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
32. A book from a celebrity book club: Why I Am No Longer Talking To White People About Race by Remi Eddo-Lodge
33. A childhood classic you’ve never read
34. A book that’s published in 2018: Final Draft by Riley Redgate
35. A past Goodreads Choice Awards winner
36. A book set in the decade you were born
37. A book you meant to read in 2017 but didn’t get to: The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
38. A book with an ugly cover: Morning Glories Volume 1 by Nick Spencer
39. A book that involves a bookstore or library
40. Your favourite prompt from 2015 2016, or 2017 POPSUGAR Reading Challenges: 
A book by or about a person with a disability: Truly, Wildly, Deeply by Jenny Mclachlan 

Updated (June 2018): 22/40 
Are you doing any reading challenges this year? If so, what are they?
See you soon,
Amy

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