60 Books Challenge

  1. A book written by someone under the age of 25 
  2. A book written by someone over 65 
  3. A book published before 1850 
  4. A book published this year 
  5. An anthology 
  6. A book published by an indie press
  7. A book about or by someone who identifies as LGBTQ 
  8. A book that takes place in Asia
  9. A book  by an Asian author
  10. A book by an African author 
  11. A book that takes place in Africa 
  12. A book by or about Native Americans 
  13. A book by or about Aborigines 
  14. A Young Adult novel 
  15. A sci-fi novel 
  16. A National Book Award winning book 
  17. A Man Booker Prize winning book 
  18. A Pulitzer Prize winning book 
  19. A retelling of a classic story 
  20. An audio-book 
  21. A book adapted for radio
  22. A book that was recommended to you 
  23. A book originally published in a different language 
  24. A book in a foreign language 
  25. A book you consider a “guilty pleasure” 
  26. A book published the year you were born 
  27. A book with more than 500 pages 
  28. A classic romance 
  29. A book that became a movie 
  30. A book with a number in the title 
  31. A funny book 
  32. A mystery or thriller 
  33. An erotic novel 
  34. A book with a one-word title 
  35. A nonfiction book 
  36. A popular author’s first book 
  37. A book from a favourite author you haven’t read yet 
  38. A book based on a true story
  39. A book from the bottom of your to-read-pile 
  40. A book based on its cover alone 
  41. A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t 
  42. A book with antonyms in the title 
  43. A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit 
  44. A trilogy 
  45. A book from your childhood 
  46. A book with a colour in the title 
  47. A book that makes you cry 
  48. A book with magic 
  49. A book by an author you’ve never read before 
  50. A book you own but haven’t read 
  51. A book that takes place in your hometown, state or country 
  52. A play 
  53. A banned book 
  54. A book based on or turned into a TV show 
  55. A NaNoWriMo winning novel 
  56. A book your dad loves 
  57. A book your mum loves 
  58. A book your grandparents love/own 
  59. A book by an author with your initials 
  60. A book by an author with the same first name 

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12 thoughts on “60 Books Challenge”

  1. I like how you adapted the Read Harder Challenge into your own book challenge! I’ve been coming up with other challenges for myself to continue reading more diversely once I complete Read Harder. Some of mine are the same as yours but I may steal an idea or two 🙂

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      1. Reading a book in a foreign language, books I’ve gotten from giveaways but haven’t read yet, a play, a biography, an autobiography, more prize winners, more graphic novels (I read Fun Home and loved it), middle grade fiction, books that’ve been on my shelf forever. Stuff like that 🙂 not sure yet what I’ll read for it though.

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  2. Sounds like a great challenge for you! I never get anything in Giveaways, so that’s not a viable option for me. And I’m not into graphic novels much, so I decided to give those a miss.

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