1. A Book Based on a Fairy Tale
2. A National Book Award Winner
3. A YA Bestseller
4. A Book You Haven’t Read Since High School
5. A Book Set in Your Home State
6. A Book Translated to English
7. A Romance Set in the Future
8. A Book Set in Europe
9. A Book That’s Under 150 Pages
10. A New York Times Bestseller
11. A Book That’s Becoming a Movie This Year
12. A Book Recommended By Someone You Just Met
13. A Self-Improvement Book
14. A Book You Can Finish in a Day
15. A Book Written By a Celebrity
16. A Political Memoir
17. A Book At Least 100 Years Older Than You
18. A Book That’s More Than 600 Pages
19. A Book From Oprah’s Book Club
20. A Science-Fiction Novel
21. A Book Recommended By a Family Member
22. A Graphic Novel
23. A Book That is Published in 2016
24. A Book With a Protagonist Who Has Your Occupation
25. A Book That Takes Place During Summer
26. A Book and its Prequel
27. A Murder Mystery
28. A Book Written By a Comedian
29. A Dystopian Novel
30. A Book with a Blue Cover
31. A Book of Poetry
32. The First Book You See in a Bookstore
33. A Classic From the 20th Century
34. A Book From the Library
35. An Autobiography
36. A Book About a Road Trip
37. A Book About a Culture You’re Unfamiliar With
38. A Satirical Book
39. A Book That Takes Place on an Island
40. A Book That’s Guaranteed to Bring You Joy

From: January 1 – December 31 2016

~ You may only use a book once for this list.

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~Hope you enjoyed this and i’ll have another post up soon. Take Care!


2 thoughts on “2016 POP SUGAR READING CHALLENGE 2016

  1. Hi there! I am also participating in a 2016 Reading Challenge and would love to have you join me on my journey as well! If you would like, please check out my blog. I look forward to reading about what you are reading! Happy 2016 and best of luck on your challenge! -BJ


  2. I Love This Challenge So Much. Reading through your list makes me feel like a kid entering the gates of Disneyland. The only one I’d have difficulty with is #4. I can’t say exactly why but, for me, re-reading a book is like fingernails on a chalkboard. (Now that chalkboards have been replaced with dry erase boards and smart boards, is there a new, 21st century equivalent?)

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