book challenge by erin

December 2, 2016

five points: freebie – read a book that is at least 200 pages. thirteen reasons why by jay asher.
ten points: read a book that starts with the letter w. we are okay by nina lacour.
ten points: read a book with six words in the title. i was told there'd be cake by sloane crosley.
fifteen points: read a book that has a (mostly) green cover. twenty wishes by debbie macomber.
twenty points: read a book with a homonym in the title. the twelve days of dash and lily by rachel cohn and david levithan.
twenty points: read a book by your favorite author. my true love gave to me: twelve holiday stories edited by stephanie perkins and featuring a short by rainbow rowell.
twenty-five points: read a book set in the city/town/state... where you live. the jealous kind by james lee burke.
thirty points: read a rory gilmore book. the divine secrets of the ya-ya sisterhood by rebecca wells.
thirty points: read a book from a genre you’ve never or rarely read. the shack by william p. young.
thirty-five points: read a book with time travel. life after life by kate atkinson.

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  1. Of all these, I've only read I Was Told There'd Be Cake but I really liked it! I remember thinking it was pretty funny. (It's been a while, so it's fuzzy aside from that!)

  2. I've been using you as an example to some interested in the challenge but worried they won't finish or stick with it. (I've also used myself as an example in the fall film challenge.) I've been saying that it is not about the fastest readers or those that are committed to each and every book selection. I appreciate those folks. But, I'm also very happy with people like you who have supported me every challenge and read some books that they may not have read. Or support others with comments and reviews based on their book choices.