Taking on my first reading challenge! Perpuskecil‘s Lucky No. 15!
Excited to get started with this during my travels. I don’t ever really read in an organized way, but constantly pick up books which appeal to me. I definitely think I can complete at least this challenge! The trouble will probably be more finding books to fit the categories, than reading 15 books!
Grab that book with more than 500 pages. You know you can do it!
‘Les Miserables’ by Victor Hugo
Just purchased a book lately? Read it now!
Read a book from someone else, or a library. Don’t make the owner wait forever for you to finish it.
‘The Mens’ Room’ by Ann Oakley
IT’S BEEN THERE FOREVER:
Read a book that has been there more than a year. It’s time for you to appreciate it. 🙂
Whether a birthday gift, or a surprise from someone special, don’t hold back. Open the book and start reading it now.
‘The One Plus One’ by Jojo Moyes
BARGAIN ALL THE WAY:
Ever buy a book so cheap you don’t really care about the content? Now find out whether it’s really worth your cents.
Pick a book from your shelf which has your favorite colour for its cover! Is it pink, red or black? You decide.
Read a book that has been written by an author whose first initial is the same with you.
‘The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism’ by Bernard Shaw
Read one (or more!) books that belong in a series, it can be trilogy, or tetralogy, or anything.
Read a book that’s been written by a writer whose gender is different from your own.
Ask someone else (a friend, your spouse) to pick a book from your TBR pile. Whatever they choose for you, just read it.
‘Vanity Fair’ by William Makepeace Thackeay
Grab a book from your shelf that you bought because you fell in love with the cover. Is the content as good as the cover?
‘Die Laendesammlerin’ by Nina Sedano
WHO ARE YOU AGAIN?:
You’ve never read this author. Who knows? Maybe he/she will become your new favorite author!
‘Er ist wieder da’ by Timur Vermes
ONE WORD ONLY!:
Read a book with one word for its title (number is allowed as long as it’s consisted of one word; 2, 11).
‘Shift’ by Hugh Howey
Read a book that has setting you’ve never visited – would like to. Could be real places or fictional!