I have decided to set my personal reading goal for 2021 at 65 – I think this allows for another weird up-and-down year of reading because, let’s be honest, 2021 is not going to be a normal year either, is it?
With that in mind, I thought I might try giving myself 26 reading prompts for the year to keep me motivated – that works out at one a fortnight and leaves plenty of room for mood reading and whatever else comes up through the year.
So, without further ado, here we go!
The CFHW 2021 Book Challenge
- A fantasy book inspired by mythology
The Testament Of Loki by Joanne M. Harris, 4.5* (Finished 08/01/2021)
2. A book with some sort of plant on the cover/mentioned in the title
Rose, Interrupted by Patrice Lawrence, 5* (Finished 19/01/2021)
3. A book with a form of royalty in the title (Queen, King, Prince, Princess, etc.)
4. A book that was recommended to you
5. A book that starts with the letter D
6. A nonfiction book
7. A book by an author who uses initials
8. A book that has been/is being adapted into a film or TV show
9. A book with exactly two words in the title (including ‘the’ etc)
10. A fairytale retelling
11. A book with pictures in
12. A book with a blue cover
13. A book with an animal on the cover or in the title
14. A book with a number in the title
15. A book with a Z in the title or author’s name
16. A hardback book
17. A book by an author with a last name that starts with the first letter of your name
18. A children’s novel
19. A book with a map
20. A book with a character that is a cyborg, robot or AI
21. A book you have borrowed (library or friend)
22. A stand-alone novel
23. A science fiction book
24. A book with magic in
25. A book with a person on the cover
26. A book with metallic/glittery/shiny colouring on the cover (full cover or lettering)
Fancy Joining In?
If anyone feels like joining me, then you are more than welcome! There’s no pressure to take on the whole challenge – feel free to just dip in and out if you need some help deciding what to pick up next!
Let me know what you pick for the prompts though – I might need to add to my TBR mountain! 🙂