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PopSugar Challenge Check-In

October 15, 2015

I haven’t gotten as much done on this as I wanted to, mostly because I haven’t been paying much attention to it. But, here is where I am:

  1. pocket apocalypsea book with more than 500 pages: The Collector by Nora Roberts
  2. a classic romance: Lady Fortescue Steps Out by Marion Chesney
  3. a book that became a movie
  4. a book published this year: Pocket Apocalypse by Seanan McGuire
  5. a book with a number in the title: Thirteenth Child by Patricia C. Wrede
  6. a book written by someone under 30
  7. a book with nonhuman characters: The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett
  8. a funny book
  9. a book by a female author: Strange Bedpersons by Jennifer Crusie
  10. a mystery or thriller: A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear dangerous
  11. a book with a one-word title: Dragonbreath by Ursula Vernon
  12. a book of short stories
  13. a book set in a different country: The Interrupted Tale by Maryrose Wood
  14. a nonfiction book: The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker
  15. a popular author’s first book
  16. a book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet: Speak Easy by Catherynne M. Valente
  17. a book a friend recommended: Chasing the Phoenix by Michael Swanwick (in progress)phoenix
  18. a Pulitzer Prize-winning book
  19. a book based on a true story
  20. a book at the bottom of your to-read list
  21. a book your mom loves
  22. a book that scares you
  23. a book more than 100 years old
  24. a book based entirely on its cover
  25. a book you were supposed to read in high school, but didn’t
  26. a memoir: Yes, Please by Amy Poehler
  27. a book you can finish in one day: Goblin Quest by Jim C. Hines prudence
  28. a book with antonyms in the title
  29. a book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit: Prudence by Gail Carriger (India)
  30. a book that came out the year you were born
  31. a book with bad reviews
  32. a trilogy: Delia Martin trilogy by Jamie Lee Moyer
  33. a book from your childhood: Beauty by Robin McKinley
  34. a book with a love triangle
  35. a book set in the future: Rapture in Death by J.D. Robb
  36. a book set in high school
  37. a book with a color in the title: The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley sword
  38. a book that made you cry
  39. a book with magic: Shattered by Kevin Hearne
  40. a graphic novel: Lumberjanes by Noelle Stevenson
  41. a book by an author you’ve never read before: The Splendour Falls by Susanna Kearsley
  42. a book you own, but have never read
  43. a book that takes place in your hometown
  44. a book that was originally written in a different language
  45. a book set during Christmas: Duck the Halls by Donna Andrews
  46. a book written by an author with your same initialsphryne
  47. a play
  48. a banned book
  49. a book based on or turned into a TV show: Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood
  50. a book you started, but never finished

24/50
Not too bad, but I need to get a wiggle on.
Any suggestions for the books I still have to fill up?

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. October 15, 2015 7:37 am

    For a book originally written in a different language: The Cardinal’s Blades by Pierre Pevel

    • October 15, 2015 10:21 am

      I’m not familiar with it! I’ll look it up!

      • October 15, 2015 11:03 am

        Not many Americans know it, but I’m a suckered for Swashbucklers. Put dragons in the mix, and I’m all over it!

  2. October 15, 2015 8:07 am

    For #44 – if you like police procedural type mysteries, I just finished The Hidden Child by Camilla Läckberg (originally written in Swedish) and it was good!

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