Bookbloggers Fiction Reading Challenge for 2020 – #FFRC2020

It’s that time of year again folks. Reading Challenges are everywhere on the internet. Some are competitive, some are just for fun. Some have ‘link-ups’ where you can share your review, some are just for personal challenges so that you can read something you might not have ordinarily.

This year I’ve decided to create a Bookbloggers Fiction Reading Challenge.

The 4 rules are simple:

  1. You must read a fiction title that fills each criteria (any genre)
  2. Whenever possible, the books you use for the challenge should be ones that you already have on your TBR (as part of our ongoing TBR takedown)
  3. You snag the graphic below to use on your post to announce your intentions to take part in the challenge with a link back to this post.
  4. When you read and review a book for the challenge, post the link to your review on Twitter and add the hashtag #FFRC2020

At the end of each month I’ll attempt to write a post that includes links to the reviews provided with the Twitter hashtag #FFRC2020


If you don’t use the hashtag, I won’t be able to find your review to link to it.

All bookbloggers/booklovers welcome to take part. Have fun!

Here are my personal selections for this challenge:


And… if you are a glutton for reading challenges, here are many more that begin in January 2020. The Master List of Reading Challenges for 2020.


About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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38 Responses to Bookbloggers Fiction Reading Challenge for 2020 – #FFRC2020

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  6. carhicks says:

    I am in. I have posted my intent post, now to figure out what to read.


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  8. Not sure if you got my entry – I’d love to join your challenge this year.

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  12. I’m reading to a group of children. Is this acceptable?


    • Karen I’m sure that the Bookblogger’s Reading Challenge could be applied to children’s books as well. I’ll be interested in learning your choices for each of the eight categories. Have fun with it and don’t forget to use the hashtag #FFRC2020 with your post announcing your choices, and also in each of the book reviews for the eight categories. That way I can find your reviews and link back to them once a month.


  13. Challenge!! I’m just starting a blog and have lots to learn. Was it ok to share this on my page?


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  15. Interesting idea, but I have a feeling I’ll probably not make it (even though I already have one book on my TBR that fits).

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  17. carhicks says:

    I am cutting way back on challenges this year, but this one looks fun. Once I sort everything out next week, I will see if I am going to do this one. Right now I am going to try the Popsugar challenge again with a goal of 40/50, and The What’s in a Name Challenge. I am also challenging myself to read one Non-Fiction book per month. This one should fit in nicely. Great set-up Lynne.


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  19. YESSSSS. Just what I’ve been looking for. A reading challenge to tackle my TBR list. Great! Thanks so much. Sounds like so much fun 😁😁😁🙏


  20. Betty says:

    Hmm, sounds like this will be fun! I might join in on this one… just need to see if I have books that will fit the criteria. Thanks for setting this up, Lynne!

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  21. Sorry. I jumped too fast. Rule #2 knocks me out and rereading answered the stupid question above.

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  22. Lynne, this is looking difficult to me, but challenge it is! I’ll sign up. But stupid question: my guess is that neither of those graphics are to be used for the review? We are only alluding to the tag. Correct?

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    • The graphic with the 8 categories can be downloaded for your ‘intention to join the challenge’ post. It would make it clearer to your followers so that they can view the challenge and its criteria.

      You can input your choices on the graphic as I did in the second one if you want. Either that, or post the graphic as is and just list your titles below.

      For your actual reviews you only have to add the hashtag so I can find it later.


  23. thequietgeordie says:

    I’ll have a look on my shelves – if I can find fits I’m in!

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