I haven’t picked up a reading challenge since the O.W.L.S. in April, and since I’ve decided to distance myself from HP in general, I don’t plan on doing the N.E.W.T.S. Luckily, Laura @ The Corner of Laura was kind enough to tag me on this reading challenge! Honestly not sure I’ll be able to wrap up all the prompts by Sept 22, but let’s try, anyways!
- Link to the original tag’s creator: Hundreds and Thousands of Books, who also designed the graphics!
- Thank whoever tagged you and link back to their post (or the original one if you just want to give it a go).
- Tag as many people as you want!
- Borrow, buy, ebook,
stealbooks that fit the descriptions. Don’t worry if you can’t read all nine before the summer is over – although you have until the 22nd September!
- Post at the end of the challenge how you got on!
- A book released in 2020:
This is an ARC I received from the author, which touches on the thrilling, competitive world of ice skating! Somewhat outside of my wheelhouse but intriguing nonetheless!
- A book set abroad (and not America):
I know this manga is hilarious and I can’t wait to get to it!
- A book set in the past:
Hopefully, this book will satisfy my need to watch immortals tear through Victorian society!
- A book on my WTR for ages:
Pratchett’s work has been on my radar for way too long. I just have to make a decision to binge the series.
- A graphic novel:
Raven was my favourite Teen Titan growing up–I always admired gloomy female characters ’cause they were the antithesis of the always-smiling female characters (who are awesome!) who didn’t care about what people thought of them (like Wednesday Addams, and Lydia from Beetlejuice).
- A famous fantasy book:
DOn’t know if this is famous but iwas buzzy when it came out.
- A book set in space:
This is also an ARC provided by the author, who’s giveaways I’ve hosted before on my blog. This sounds like a fun romp through the galaxy to save a mysterious ship.
- A book by a trans/non-binary author:
This is an ownvoices trans latinx story, and one of my most anticipated reads! I have an ARC copy which I’m going through now, and loving.
- A classic:
I’ve been trying to get through this collection of short stories and poems for months now. Maybe I’ll get to finishing it this summer!