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message 1: by Ashleigh (last edited Feb 05, 2020 06:24AM) (new)

Ashleigh Spicy Geek (ashleigh_stephens) 1. A book with a title that doesn't contain the letters A, T or Y Inferno (The Divine Comedy #1) by Dante Alighieri
2. A book by an author whose last name is one syllable Utopia (Forgotten Books) by Thomas More
3. A book that you are prompted to read because of something you read in 2019
4. A book set in a place or time that you wouldn't want to live What Is the What by Dave Eggers
5. The first book in a series that you have not started Red Queen (Red Queen, #1) by Victoria Aveyard

6. A book with a mode of transportation on the cover
7. A book set in the southern hemisphere
8. A book with a two-word title where the first word is "The"
9. A book that can be read in a day The Christmas Pact by Vi Keeland

10. A book that is between 400-600 pages It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
11. A book originally published in a year that is a prime number King's Cage (Red Queen, #3) by Victoria Aveyard
12. A book that is a collaboration between 2 or more people Illuminae (The Illuminae Files, #1) by Amie Kaufman
13. A prompt from a previous Around the Year in 52 Books challenge (An "own voices" book 2018) A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi
14. A book by an author on the Abe List of 100 Essential Female Writers (link)

15. A book set in a global city
16. A book set in a rural or sparsely populated area Meg and Jo by Virginia Kantra
17. A book with a neurodiverse character
18. A book by an author you've only read once before

19. A fantasy book Glass Sword (Red Queen, #2) by Victoria Aveyard
20. The 20th book [on your TBR, in a series, by an author, on a list, etc.]
21. A book related to Maximilian Hell, the noted astronomer and Jesuit Priest who was born in 1720
22. A book with the major theme of survival

23. A book featuring an LGBTQIA+ character or by an LGBTQIA+ author
24. A book with an emotion in the title
25. A book related to the arts Sister Slam and the Poetic Motormouth Road Trip by Linda Oatman High
26. A book from the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards
27. A history or historical fiction

28. A book by an Australian, Canadian or New Zealand author
29. An underrated book, a hidden gem or a lesser known book
30. A book from the New York Times '100 Notable Books' list for any year
31. A book inspired by a leading news story

32. A book related to the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Japan
33. A book about a non-traditional family
34. A book from a genre or sub genre that starts with a letter in your name
35. A book with a geometric pattern or element on the cover

36. A book from your TBR/wishlist that you don't recognize, recall putting there, or put there on a whim
37. Two books that are related to each other as a pair of binary opposites: Book #1
38. Two books that are related to each other as a pair of binary opposites: Book #2
39. A book by an author whose real name(s) you're not quite sure how to pronounce

40. A book with a place name in the title
41. A mystery
42. A book that was nominated for one of the ‘10 Most Coveted Literary Prizes in the World’ (link)
43. A book related to one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse
44. A book related to witches

45. A book by the same author who wrote one of your best reads in 2019 or 2018
46. A book about an event or era in history taken from the Billy Joel song "We Didn't Start the Fire"
47. A classic book you've always meant to read Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
48. A book published in 2020

49. A book that fits a prompt from the list of suggestions that didn't win (link)
50. A book with a silhouette on the cover
51. A book with an "-ing" word in the title
52. A book related to time

message 2: by [deleted user] (last edited Jan 07, 2020 07:03AM) (new)

Totally admit I clicked on your link because of your title, LOL :) Looks like you're off to a great start for the challenge, great job! And I just added Carmilla to my TBR list!

message 3: by Ashleigh (new)

Ashleigh Spicy Geek (ashleigh_stephens) Carmilla was great and thanks. SpicyGeekReads in the name of my blog and most social media platforms which is why I did it. I'm trying to be good about remembering to update it as I go or at least a few times a month

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