Results of my POPSUGAR Reading Challenge 2020

Hi guy’s

Well can you believe it’s that time of year again, gosh it seems to come round so quickly! So as some of you will know I like to try this challenge out every year, (even though I’m still yet to complete all the prompts. I’m happy as long as I beat the previous year. My POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Results )

Let’s see how I did shall we?……

1) A book that’s published in 2020 – The Eve Illusion by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

2)A book by a trans or nonbinary author– Didn’t complete

3) A book with a great first line– Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

4) A book about a book club– Pure Fiction by Julie Highmore

5) A book set in a city that has hosted the Olympics– After You by Jojo Moyes

6) A bildungsroman– Didn’t complete

7) The first book you touched on a shelf with your eyes closed– The Letter by Katheyn Hughes

8) A book with an upside-down image on the cover– The Hidden Beach by Karen Swan

9) A book with a map– The Girl with the Dragon tattoo by Stieg Larsson

10) A book recommended by your favourite blog, vlog, podcast, or online book club– How to bullet Plan by Rachel Wilkenson Miller

11) An Anthology– Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks

12) A book that’s passes the Bechdel Test– Didn’t complete

13) A book with the same title as a movie or TV show but is unrelated– Didn’t complete

14) A book by an author with Flora or Fauna in their name– Didn’t complete

15) A book about or involving social media– Didn’t complete

16) A book that has a book on the cover– The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald

17) A medical thriller– Didn’t complete

18) A book with a made-up language– Didn’t complete

19) A book set in a country beginning with ‘C’– Didn’t complete

20) A book you picked because the title caught your attention– Summer at Hope Medows by Lucy Daniels

21) A book published the month of your birthday– The Watcher by Monika Jephcott Thomas

22) A book about or by a woman in STEM– Didn’t complete

23) A book that won an award in 2019– Milkman by Anna Burns

24) A book on a subject you know nothing about– The Prison Doctor by Dr Amanda Brown

25) A book with only words on the cover, no images or graphics– Happy by Fearne Cotton

26) A book with a pun in the title– Storm in a C Cup by Caroline Flack

27) A book featuring one of the seven deadly sins– Beautiful Liars by Isabel Ashdown

28) A book with a robot, cyborg or AI characters– Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

29) A book with a bird on the cover– Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Campervan by Ali Mc Namara

30) A fiction or non-fiction book about a world leader– Didn’t complete

31) A book with ‘gold’, ‘silver’, or ‘bronze’ in the title– Didn’t complete

32) A book by a WOC– The Good enough Mother by Anoushka Beazley

33) A book with at least a four star rating on Goodreads– A Summer Scandal by Kat French

34) A book you meant to read in 2019– The Holiday by T. M. Logan

35) A book with a three worded title– The Venetian House by Mary Nickson

36) A book with a pink cover– Vivien’s Heavenly Ice Cream Shop by Abby Clements

37) A western– Didn’t complete

38) A book by or about a journalist– Still Me by Jojo Moyes

39) Read a book during Banned Books Week– The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald

40) Your favourite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challange- From 2015– Hinch yourself Happy by Mrs Hinch

So as I didn’t complete the main section I couldn’t go on to do the advanced section. I managed a total of 27 prompts out of 40. I’m happy I got a few more than last year! I will still be doing the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge next year in the hope that, just maybe I will complete it all! But we will see!!!!!

Did you take part this year? How did you do?

As always feel free to comment and I will get back to you! I love to hear your thoughts!

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2 thoughts on “Results of my POPSUGAR Reading Challenge 2020

  1. You did well. I figure as long as I finish one book out of my normal reading genre, then this was a success. I don’t follow the rules and I just add all 50 prompts together. I really wanted to finish this year, but I am not going to make it. I set my goal to beat last year, so I wanted to complete 40 of the prompts. Well, at this point I have completed 45. I do hope to read one more before the end of the year, so 46 is pretty good for me. Here is my link to my post, Marie.

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