I am joining the Bookish Reading Challenge and YOU Should Too – Read On For Details

Here at Bookish, reading isn’t just a hobby. It’s a lifestyle. It’s a religion. We’re never without a book in our hands, and we know that you aren’t either. To ensure that your 2018 is packed with diverse new books, we’ve put together our biggest reading challenge yet! This year we’ve listed 52 individual challenges, one for each week of the year.

Join in the conversation and share your reading challenge progress by using #killyourtbr on social media.

1. A book whose title uses alliteration

2. A book written by a trans author

3. A book you regret not reading last year

4. A book with the moon or stars on the cover

5. The first book in a series

6. A novel told in verse

7. A book published the year you were born

8. A book featuring a character with a disability

9. A book you picked up based on the title

10. A book recommended by a librarian

11. A book won in a BookishFirst raffle

12. A book told through letters

13. A book from an independent publisher

14. A book with an LGBTQ romance

15. A book with a five-word title

16. A book that has been translated

17. An #ownvoices book

18. A book whose cover features nature

19. A book written by an immigrant

20. A book you’ve lied about reading

21. A book that has fewer than 200 pages

22. A book whose title begins with K, Q, J, X, or Z

23. A book given to you by a friend

24. A book you bought for the cover

25. A book written by an author who wrote one of your favorite 2017 books

26. A graphic memoir

27. A book that addresses mental illness

28. Listen to an audiobook

29. A book with a one-word title

30. A book by an author from your state

31. A book whose cover is your favorite color

32. A collection of short stories from a genre you are unfamiliar with

33. An author’s debut book

34. A book with a pun in the title

35. A book with a biracial main character

36. A book by an author who uses a pen name

37. A book with an LGBTQ character on the cover

38. A book inspired by Asian mythology or folklore

39. A book with a number in the title

40. A book by a South American author

41. A book whose cover uses three or fewer colors

42. A book that explores the concept of beauty

43. A book about intersectional feminism

44. A book that has more than 500 pages

45. A book with an animal on the cover

46. A book with a character’s name in the title

47. A book set in a country you’ve never been to

48. A novel inspired by true events

49. A book written by a Native American author

50. A book with a character of color on the cover

51. A book that has been banned in your state

52. A book whose title includes an ampersand

I think this #tbrchallenge and the hashtag #KIllyourTBR will lead to finding some terrific new books to discover.

**If you are interested in joining this Challenge, you can find the original post on BOOKISH.

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