Full House Reading Challenge 2018

Full House Challenge 2018This challenge, hosted by The Book Date, involves reading 25 books from various categories laid out in the form of a bingo card.  Some of the categories should be easy for me to do, but others may be a challenge for me, which is fine with me. All the details can be found HERE. I participated in, and completed, the 2017 version of this challenge, so I’m looking forward to taking part in it again.

There is also the added incentive of a few prizes, provided by the host, to be won along the way. The following is a copy of the challenge grid, with my list of completed challenges below:

2018 Full House grid

Completed books – 11/25 (click title for review):

  • Mystery or thriller: The Woman in the Window – A.J. Finn (March 7)
  • Historical: The Vinland Sagas – Anonymous (May 2)
  • Over 500 pages
  • Setting in library or  bookshop
  • 4 word title: 4 in the Afternoon – Geralyn Corcillo (November 7)
  • Last book added to your TBR (as of the time you fulfil this one)
  • Classic
  • Fantasy: Norse Mythology – Neil Gaiman (August 31)
  • Coming of Age theme
  • Adapted to a Movie
  • Holiday season: The Christmas Bride – Jenna Brandt (December 19)
  • Has big plot twist
  • Humor
  • Book to improve your life
  • Redemption theme: Goodbye Days – Jeff Zentner (June 7)
  • Has a number in the title: Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes – Denise Grover Swank (October 19)
  • Under 250 pages: Lost Boy – Shelley Hrdlitschka (November 10)
  • New to you author from another country: Rowan and Eris – Campbell Jefferys (January 28)
  • From a favorite series of yours
  • Dual time line
  • Non fiction hobby book
  • Children’s book: Backyard Fairies – Phoebe Wahl (March 17)
  • Book chosen randomly from TBR shelf. You might like to do it with your eyes closed from an actual shelf. Or check your TBR on Goodreads, see how many there are and put that number into random.org. Or whatever method you think of.
  • Memoir or Autobiography: Educated: A Memoir – Tara Westover (May 20)
  • Reread

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