PopSugar Reading Challenge 2019

I barely finished the PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018. So I’m starting early for the PopSugar Challenge 2019. It gives prompts for 50 books to read. This year one prompt is read a book with pop, sugar, or challenge in the title. In 2018, the challenge pushed me to read new books outside my comfort zone and I’m finding the same this year. There’s a Goodreads Group that shares suggestions on books that fit the different prompts for ones that are harder to find.

When I’m not doing PopSugar Reading prompts, I mainly read horror, fantasy, mystery, and thrillers. I really enjoy non-fiction especially history related. And I read a splash of sci fi and romance or historical romance. This is my Year in Books 2018 on Goodreads.

Progress on Goodreads My Books PopSugar 2019 shelf: 36/50 Book Prompts

I already have the books I’m considering reading again.

  1. Becoming a movie in 2019 The Knife of Never Letting Go
  2. Makes you nostalgic The Bee Keeper’s Promise
  3. Written by a musician On the Road to Here
  4. Should be turned into a movie You
  5. One million ratings on Goodreads. The Help
  6. Plant in title or on cover The Secret Treasure of Oak Island
  7. Re-read of favourite book. Doctor Sleep
  8. Book about a hobby. Mountain of the Dead
  9. Meant to read in 2018. Considering Red Dragon
  10. Pop, sugar, or challenge in title. No idea yet.
  11. Item of clothing or accessory on cover. Audacious
  12. Inspired by mythology, fable, or folklore. Feathers and Flesh Avatar metal band Fable book
  13. Published posthumously. Considering The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
  14. See somebody reading on TV or in a movie. No idea yet.
  15. Retelling of a classic. Considering The Court of Thorn and Roses
  16. Book with a question in the title. Still looking.
  17. Set on college or university campus. Catnip
  18. About someone with a superpower. The Hanging Girl
  19. Told from multiple character POVs A Beautiful Poison
  20. Book set in space. Fluency (Confluence #1)
  21. Book by 2 female authors. A House in the Sky
  22. Title contains word salty, sweet, bitter, or spicy. Still looking.
  23. Book set in Scandinavia. Considering The Girl who Played with Fire
  24. Takes place in a single day. They Both Die at the End
  25. Debut novel. The First Days (As the World Dies #1)
  26. Published in 2019. Considering Wicked King
  27. Featuring extinct or imaginary creature. Afterburn
  28. Recommended by celebrity you admire. No idea.
  29. Book with love in title. The Lady’s Dangerous Love
  30. Featuring an amateur detective. The Gaugain Connection
  31. Book about a family. Along the Indigo
  32. Written by author from Asia, Africa, or South America. Yona of the Dawn
  33. Zodiac sign or astrology in title. Zodiac
  34. Includes a wedding. Island of the Dolls
  35. Author whose first and last names start with the same letter. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken Kesey
  36. Ghost story. Berkley Street
  37. 2 word title. Kellie’s Diary
  38. Based on a true story. The Tattooist of Auschwitz
  39. Revolving around a puzzle or game. Caravel
  40. Favourite prompt from past PopSugar Challenge. Library book: Fighting to Survive
  41. Climate fiction (cli-fi) book. Exodus (Exodus Trilogy Part 1)
  42. Choose your own adventure. Considering DIY Cinderella.
  43. Own voices book (someone who has something they’re writing about). Tinnitus Toolbox Hyperacusis Handbook
  44. Read a book during season it’s set in. The Madman’s Daughter
  45. Lit RPG book. Considering Warcross.
  46. No chapters, unusual headings, or unconventionally numbered. Still looking.
  47. Same title. Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery
  48. Same title. Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage
  49. Inspired a common phrase or idiom. Undecided.
  50. Set in abbey, cloister, monastery, or convent. Undecided.