Dec 302019

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Feels Like Falling

2020 Reading Challenge Month-by-Month

Hosted by author Kristy Woodson  Harvey

January: Book Related to Your New Year’s Resolution
Regretting You by Colleen Hoover

February: Biography or Memoir

March: Book in a Series

April: Try an Audiobook

May: Feels Like Falling! & Join Us May 15 for a FB Live Discussion

June: Classic Beach Book

July: Thriller So Scary You Have to Read on the Beach in Daylight

August: Historical Fiction

September: Book That Has Been in Your TBR Pile Forever

October: New Release Impulse Buy

November: One of Your Family Member’s Favorite Books

December: Holiday-Themed Book


All books linked must feature a book about food


Two updates:
June 30
December 15

I’m going for: Stenographer: 10-15

1. Regretting You by Colleen Hoover
2. It’s Not What It Looks Like by Molly Burke


No levels but there is an optional Mini Challenge for each month

January to March Link-Up

April to June Link-Up

July to September Link-Up

October to December Link-Up

1. It’s Not What It Looks Like by Molly Burke


Nonfiction Nibbler : Read 6 books, from any category

My Categories (Books Subject To Change)
1. Memoir:
Brother & Sister by Diane Keaton

2. Disaster Event:
The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of September 11, 2001 by Garrett M. Graff

3. Social Science

4. Related to an Occupation:
Bite Me: Tell-All Tales of an Emergency Veterinarian by Laura Lefkowitz DVM

5. History:

6. Feminism:

7. Psychology:

8. Medical Issue:
It’s Not What It Looks Like by Molly Burke

9. Nature:
The Secret Wisdom of Nature by Peter Wohlleben

10. True Crime:
The Library Book by Susan Orlean

11. Science:

12. Published in 2020:


British Crime Classics Challenge

No levels

1. Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories by Agatha Christie



No Levels


Purring – Read 1-10 cat mysteries


January – March Quarterly Link Up
April – June Quarterly Link Up
July – September Quarterly Link Up
October – December Quarterly Link Up
1-9 – Rookie Status


I’m going for: Peckish – 1 – 25 Cozy Mysteries


  8 Responses to “2020 Reading Challenges”

  1. Fun challenges!! Good luck.

  2. I love choosing new reading challenges for the upcoming year. I did a diversity challenge in 2019 and really enjoyed it. Have fun with yours!

  3. Delighted you’ll be joining me for the Nonfiction Reader Challenge, I look forward to seeing what you choose to read.

  4. You have some good challenges here. I signed up for Shellyrae`s nonfiction challenge and have started a book about John Glenn.

  5. I’ve added a lot more nonfiction books to my list to read this year so I should have no problem reaching the 12 books.

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