Randomly Generated Reading Challenge 2020

Hello, readers! After seeing lots of reading challenges around the Internet, I wanted to make my own, but I couldn’t come up with anything especially original.

So, I did what any forward-thinking book-lover would do…I went to a random word generator on the Internet and did some clicking. Here are the words and corresponding challenges I came up with. Enjoy! You can bookmark this list, or print the graphic below and use it as a reminder. Be sure to check off the book that qualifies for each month!

 

January
Word: lost
Challenge: A book you should have read in school but didn’t. (Interpret that however you like!)

February
Word: change
Challenge: A discounted or sale book/ebook.

March
Word: advance
Challenge: A novel set during wartime.

April
Word: complication
Challenge: A book that shows you the main plot problem in the title/cover.

May
Word: language
Challenge: A prestigious award-winning book.

June
Word: favorite
Challenge: A re-read of a childhood classic.

July
Word: popcorn
Challenge: A book that has been or will be made into a movie.

August
Word: idea
Challenge: A nonfiction book on a topic that interests you.

September
Word: refer
Challenge: A recommendation from a friend (or librarian or bookstore owner).

October
Word: grandmother
Challenge: A book where one of the main characters is 65+.

November
Word: freeze
Challenge: A novel with ice or snow on the cover.

December
Word: selection
Challenge: Free space! Pick anything that looks interesting.

On Instagram, we’ll be choosing one book per month that fits into the categories above and tagging our picks with #BHPChallenge2020. Feel free to join us if you like!

After looking at the categories above, do you have any books you’d recommend to others, readers?

8 thoughts on “Randomly Generated Reading Challenge 2020

  1. I love this! Thanks. And don’t get me started on books that I would recommend to others . . . . it would be an epistle.

  2. Pingback: Most Anticipated Books of 2020 | HeidiMcCahan.com

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