Erin Book Challenge 5.0

On July 1st, I started a reading challenge hosted on Erin’s Facebook page. The challenge was to read 10 books in each of the following categories, between July 1st and October 31st. Here’s how I did.

5 points: Read any book that is at least 200 pages Where Angels Go by Debbie Macomber
10 points: Read a book that starts with the letter β€œR” Remember Mia by Alexander Burt
10 points: Read a book with five words in the title Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
15 points: Read a book that has a (mostly) blue cover The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion 
20 points: Read a book with twins as characters Slapstick by Kurt Vonnegut
20 points: Read a book from the list of books made into movies Me and Earl and The Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
25 points: Read a book set in a country you have always wanted to visit Silver Bay by JoJo Moyes
30 points: Read a historical fiction book Beloved by Toni Morrison
30 points: Read a music related book Audrey, Wait by Robin Benway 

35 points: Read a book originally published over 100 years ago A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens Published 1859 

Check out my YouTube channel. I just published a video where I talk a little more about the challenge and what I thought about each book but the big story is that I FINISHED THE CHALLENGE. It took me until the very last day but I read a book for every category so I’m really proud of myself.

Challenge completed and now on to the Winter Reading challenge I talked about here.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. texerinsydney says:

    One of the things that I love about book challenges is I tend to be encouraged to mix up genres and stories. It looks like you do as well. Thanks for participating and spreading the word!

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  2. Idle Muser says:

    Congratulations on completing your challenge.
    Though it sounds tough, but it sounds fun too. Hope you enjoyed it. πŸ˜€

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    1. Run Wright says:

      It really was fun and I like that it pushes me to read books in categories I would be tempted to skip over. And I met some other cool readers from all over the world. That’s the best part.

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