2015 Reading Challenge by PopSugar

 

Book-lovers, start your reading engines. If one of your New Year's resolutions is to read more books in 2015, get started now with our ultimate reading challenge. From a book your mom loves to a book with a love triangle, we're giving you a wide range of reads, spanning eras and genres, instead of specific books. You don't have to read all 50 books (technically 52, since one is a trilogy), but it's a fun incentive to diversify your reading — you may be surprised by what you find you enjoy! Download our printable, and check off the books as you go (then use a site like Goodreads to keep track of what you've read). Pin the handy graphic below for reference, and share with your book club BFFs!

 

I have no idea how many of these I will actually complete. I guess we will see.

 

  1. More than 500 pages
  2. Classic romance
  3. Became a movie
  4. Published this year: Edged Blade (Colbana Files #4) by J.C. Daniels - 1/10/15
  5. Number in the title
  6. Written by someone under 30
  7. Nonhuman characters: Wolf's Capture (Kodiak Point #4) by Eve Langlais - 1/31/15
  8. Funny book
  9. Female author
  10. Mystery or thriller
  11. One-word title
  12. Short stories: Otherworld Nights (Otherworld Stories #3) by Kelley Armstrong - 1/11/15
  13. Set in a different country
  14. Nonfiction book
  15. Popular author’s first book
  16. Author you love that you have read yet
  17. Friend recommended
  18. Pulitzer Prize-winning
  19. Based on a true story
  20. Bottom of your to-read list
  21. Mom loves
  22. Scares you
  23. More than 100 years old
  24. Based entirely on its cover
  25. Supposed to read in school but didn’t
  26. Memoir
  27. Finish in a day
  28. Antonyms in the title
  29. Set somewhere you’re always wanted to visit
  30. Came out the year you were born
  31. With bad reviews
  32. Trilogy
  33. From your childhood
  34. Love triangle
  35. Set in the future
  36. Set in high school
  37. Color in the title
  38. Made you cry
  39. Magic: A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses (Half Moon Hollow, #2) by Molly Harper - 1/17/15
  40. Graphic novel
  41. Author you’ve never read before
  42. Own buy have never read
  43. Takes place in your hometown
  44. Originally written in a different language
  45. Set during Christmas
  46. Written by an author with your same initials
  47. A play
  48. A banned book
  49. Based on or turned into a TV show
  50. Started but never finished