- The challenge runs from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. You can sign up any time, but only count books that you read between those dates.
- Read a book in any format (hard copy, ebook, audio) with a title that fits into each of the six categories.
- Don’t use the same book for more than one category.
- Creativity for matching the categories is not only allowed, it’s encouraged!
- You can choose your books as you go or make a list ahead of time.
Visit Carolina Book Nook’s post to sign up.
The categories below are links to each category sign up link. Add your book review for each category so we can see what you’ve read and discover ideas as needed.
Here are the categories for 2020 – followed by the book that I plan to read to complete the challenge:
- An ampersand – & “Knife & Death” by Jay Gill
- An antonym “Truth and Lies” by Caroline Mitchell
- Four letters or less “Her” by Harriet Lane
- A given/first name “Dear Amy” by Helen Callaghan
- Reference to children “The Lost Children” by Theresa Talbot
- One of the 4 natural elements – water, air, fire, earth “A Shape on the Air” by Julia Ibbotson
I heard of this challenge via Carla’s post on Carla Loves To Read.
I’m participating in FOUR reading challenges in 2020.
- My annual Goodreads Reading Challenge.
- My annual March challenge “Reading Ireland“.
- My own, ‘Bookbloggers Fiction Reading Challenge.
- this one ‘What’s in a Name? 2020 Reading Challenge.
How many challenges are YOU signing up for in 2020?
As for my 2019 challenges?
I pledged to read 100 books for my Goodreads Challenge in 2019 and I am now reading my 108th book.
I pledged to read five historical fiction novels for the Historical Fiction Challenge. I completed this challenge by reading:
- “The Widows” by Jess Montgomery
- “Blackberry & Wild Rose” by Sonia Velton
- “The Phantom Tree” by Nicola Cornick
- “The Poison Thread” by Laura Purcell
- “The Binding” by Bridget Collins
In 2019 I read eleven novels set in Ireland. Six of them I read in March for the Reading Ireland Challenge.
Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!