Yes it is that time of the year, our new tradition of a 30 Day Challenge. As I am a book lover and just can’t get enough books, I decided this year we will cover that love.
As any book lover knows, it is difficult to choose a favorite book.
So this will either fit the category of the book challenge, or will be a book I love. I’m hoping to meld both, but I know that won’t happen for every one of them. I also ran into a few issues finding 30, so I had to get a tad creative.
I am also going to skip the Jane Austen novels as I always talk about them on this blog. I’m going to try and do books I haven’t mentioned already, but no promises on that.
I can’t help it.
Now every time I try to do something in December, it tends to fail. I just get toooo busy.
But this year I am really going to try.
So here we go!
30 Day Challenge:
Day 1) A is for Apocalyptical: Choose a book with an Apocalyptic theme
Day 2) B is for Best: Choose a Best-Selling novel
Day 3) C is for Childhood: Choose a book you used to read over and over again when you were a Child.
Day 4) D is for Diary: Choose a novel or memoir in Diary form
Day 5) E is for Elephant: Choose a book with a Elephant on the cover
Day 6) F is for Free: Choose a book you got for Free
Day 7) G is for Ghost: Choose a Ghost story
Day 8) H is for Happily Ever After: Choose a novel that is a retelling of a fairy tale
Day 9) I is for Island: Choose a book that takes place on an Island
Day 10) J is for Jane Austen: Choose a book based on, a sequel to, or a retelling of one of Jane Austen’s works
Day 11) K is for Killer: Choose a book with a murderer
Day 12) L is for List: Choose a book from your to-read List
Day 13) M is for Merry Christmas: Since this 30 Day Challenge is being done in December, let’s pick a favorite book that captures the merry Christmas spirit.
Day 14) N is for Name: Choose a book with a character that shares your first or last Name
Day 15) O is for Ocean: Choose a book that takes place on or in the Ocean
Day 16) P is for Politics: Choose a book that is Political
Day 17) Q is for Quest: Choose a book in which the characters go on a Quest
Day 18) R is for Remake: Choose a book that is a Retelling of a classic
Day 19) S is for Short Stories: Choose a collection of Short Stories
Day 20) T is for Translated: Choose a book that was Translated from one language to English
Day 21): U is for Unhappy: Choose a book with an Unhappy ending
Day 22) V is for Vanished: Choose a book with a missing person
Day 23) W is for Weather: Choose a book where the Weather plays a major role
Day 24) X is for X: Choose a book whose author has an X in their name
Day 25) Y is for Young: Choose a junior or Young adult book
Day 26) Z is for Zombie: Choose a Zombie retelling of a classic novel
Day 27) One, Two, Buckle My Shoe: Shoes symbolize wealth. Choose a novel that involves wealth or fashion
Day 28) Three, Four, Shut the Door: Doors symbolize new beginnings. Choose a novel where a character has to start over
Day 29) Five, Six, Pick Up Sticks: Sticks symbolize power, strength, or judicial decisions. Choose a book that revolves around a powerful ruler or ruling.
Day 30) Seven, Eight, Lay Them Straight: Straight means upright. Choose a book with a moral or strong moral character
Additional one to keep the Symmetry
Day 31) Nine, Ten, A Big Fat Hen: Hens symbolize motherhood. Choose a book that revolves around a family or strong motherly character.
Have Card will Travel
For more 30 Day challenges check out 30 Day Challenge: All About Me! and 30 Day Challenge: Disney Edition
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