My POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Results

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Hi guy’s

Well it’s nearly the end of the year and that mean’s a new challenge is on the horizon. (I can’t believe how quick this year has gone! Let’s see how I did this year shall we?!….

1.A book becoming a movie in 2019. – uncompleted 

2.A book that makes you nostalgic. 

Letters From Lighthouse Cottage by Ali McNamara

3.A book written by a musician (fiction or non-fiction)- uncompleted

4.A book you think should be turned into a movie.

Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

5.A book with at least one million ratings on Goodreads. -uncompleted

6.A book with a plant in the title or the cover.

Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain

7.A re-read of a favourite book.

Deep Heat by Chris Manby

8.A book about a hobby. -uncompleted

9.A book you meant to read in 2018.

Coming Home to Island House by Erica James

10.A book with ‘Pop’, ‘Sugar’, or ‘challenge’ in the title. -uncompleted

11.A book with an item of clothing or accessory on the cover.

I Love You Billy Langley by Monika Jephcott Thomas

12.A book inspired by mythology legend or folklore. 

Love’s Labours by Simon Truckle

13.A book published posthumously. – uncompleted

14.A book you see someone reading on TV or in a movie. -uncompleted

15.A retelling of a classic. -uncompleted

16.A book with a question in the title.

Will You Remember Me? by Amanda Prowse

17.A book set on a college or University campus.

All About the Hype by Paige Toon

18.A book about someone with a super power. -uncompleted

19.A book told from multiple character POV’s.

Guilt by Amanda Robson

20.A book set in space. -uncompleted

21.A book by two female authors.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Borrows

22.A book with a title that contains ‘salty’, ‘bitter’, or ‘spicy’. -uncompleted

23.A book set in Scandinavia. -uncompleted

24.A book that takes place in a single day. -uncompleted

25.A debut novel.

#Toots by Linh Le James

26.A book that’s published in 2019.

Rosie’s Travelling Tea Shop by Rebecca Raisin

27.A book featuring an extinct or imaginary creature. -uncompleted

28.A book recommended by a Celebrity you admire.

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman

29.A book with ‘love’ in the title.

How To Get A Love Life by Rosie Blake

30.A book featueing an amateur detective. -uncompleted

31.A book about a Family.

Betrayal by Martina Cole

32.A book written by an author from Asia, Africa, or South America.

The Great Ex-scape by Jo Watson

33.A book with a Zodiac sign or astrologhy term in the titile. -uncompleted

34.A bool that includes a wedding.

The Endless Beach by Jenny Colgan

35.A book by an author whose first and last names start with the same letter.

Last orders at the Star and Six pence by Holly Hepburn

36.A ghost story.

The Girl at the window by Rowan Coleman

37.A book with a two- word title.

Standing Water by Terri Armstrong

38.A novel based on a true story.

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Cristie

39.A book revolving around a puzzle or game. -uncompleted

40.Your Favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR reading challenge. (2018) A book set in a Country that fasinates you.

My Map Of You by Isabelle Broom

 

Sadly I didn’t get them all so couldn’t get on to the advanced section of the challenge. Maybe next year hey!

So in total I’ve managed to compete 23 out of 40; which considering last year I got a measly 19. So I managed a few more this year. Hopfuly 2020 will be the year I finally complete a POPSUGAR reading challenge! (I live in hope!!!!!)

 

Did you guys take part in the POPSUGAR reading challenge this year? And did you manage to complete it?

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11 thoughts on “My POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Results

  1. 2019 was my first try, and I did (to my big surprise) actually manage to finish. I did have a few double dips though, and used a few books to complete more than one prompt, and I may have stretched the definition a bit on some of them.. But 40 is also a lot of books!

    This year I hope to get them without using the same book twice, I have already prepared a list over books I own that also would work for the prompt so we’ll see lol.

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