Happy Friday Everyone!
So, last year I created my own reading challenge list, and I decided to complete it and read books based on it. Today I decided to post the books that I read for my reading challenge and to share them with you all. Now I will admit that I left four spots blank, however I decided to go ahead and post the books I chose for this challenge. If you would like to do this reading challenge the original post can be found here: https://iwontsayiminlovewithreading.wordpress.com/2019/07/02/odettes-reading-challenge/.
Let’s get these books listed!
• Read a book that was recommend by a friend, family member, or a fellow blogger: Sister’s Grimm by Michael Buckley
• Read a book that has been on your shelf for a while that you just haven’t read yet: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
• Read a classic book that you haven’t read before: The Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters
• Read an Agatha Christie book: Halloween Party
• Read a poetry book: To Drink Coffee with a Ghost by Amanda Lovelace
• Read a Biography: The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport
• Read a book that has been made into a movie and will come out this year: Did not complete
• Read a book with magic in it: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
• Read a book by a debut author: House of Salt and Sorrow by Erin A. Craig
• Read a book that is a fairytale retelling: Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim
• Read a book that was released this year: Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin
• Read a paranormal romance: The Vampire Wants A Wife by Andie M. Long
• Read a banned book: Did not complete
• Read a book that you read for required school reading: Did not complete
• Read a book that you previously abandoned or stopped reading: Did not complete
• Read a book that other people have read but you haven’t: The Lost Daughter by Gill Paul
• Read a book that won a Goodreads choice awards: One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus
• Read a book by an author whose first name starts with a J: Storm and Fury by Jennifer L. Armentrout
• Read a book that was self-published: The Enchanted Sonata by Heather Dixon Wallwork
• Read a book that is in the mystery genre: Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus
Although, I didn’t finish the challenge completely, I still found it fun to read books that fit into the categories. Who knows I might be back with another reading challenge this year. As always, if you would like to participate in my challenge please feel free to do so, and please tag me so I can see what books you chose to read for each category!