Jan

19

Saw where Dawn posted this, Stacy and I were interested in it so Stacy emailed me some info on it in a google doc.
I may make some changes but here is the list for now:

*/A book with several short stories or novellas (Christmas in Three Rivers)
The first book in a new-to-you series
*/A book from a series you’ve already started (Home Away From Home)
The second book in a series you’ve started
The final book in a series you’ve started
The newest book from a series
A book that’s part of a trilogy
A book with 400 or more pages
*/A book with 150 pages or less (Lucky Number Thirteen)
A book published in the 90s
A book you’ve been meaning to read for at least ten years
A book published in 2019 or 2020
A book someone else raved about
A book you’ve been really anticipating
A book you’re not sure you’ll like but want to try anyway
A book you picked up on a whim
A book you wanted to read last year but didn’t get to
A library book
A book you already own
A physical book
An e-book
A book geared toward children or teens
A cozy mystery
A memoir
A book that is historical fiction
A book that takes place during contemporary times
A non-fiction book
A genre or a book set in a time period you don’t typically read
A new-to-you author
An author you’ve been meaning to read more by
A longtime favorite author
A book written by a woman
A book written by a man
A book written by two or more authors
A book with a title or author that is alliterative
A book you hope helps you to learn or grow
A book that teaches you a lesson
A book that is pure brain candy
A book with a one-word title
A book with a two-word title
*/A book with at least six words in the title (Love Makes A House A Home)
*/A book with red on the cover or in the title (Keeping Christmas)
A book with orange on the cover or in the title
A book with yellow on the cover or in the title
A book with green on the cover or in the title
A book with blue on the cover or in the title
A book with white on the cover or in the title
A book with black on the cover or in the title
A book with a title containing a color not listed above
A book with clothing on the cover or in the title
A book with food on the cover or in the title
A book with a season in the title
A book with a holiday as a theme or in the title
A book with a place in the title
A book with a title that mentions something found in nature
A book that has a day of the week in the title
A book with a number in the title
A book with an apostrophe in the title
A book with an animal on the cover or in the title
A book with a person’s name in the title
A book with a person on the cover
A book with only words on the cover
A book with a cover that makes you want to read the book
A book that takes place in a different country
A book with a title that starts with the word ‘a’ or ‘an’
A book with a title that starts with the word ‘the’
A book with a type of building on the cover or in the title
A book with a window or a door on the cover
A book with a title that mentions time in some way
A book with a female leading character
A book with a male leading character
*/A book with a title that includes the name of a month (The Curse of February Fourteenth)
A book with a title that made you want to read it
A book that references royalty in the title
A book you expect to make you think
A book you expect will make you laugh
A book with hearts on the cover, or in the title
*/A book with water/rain/river as a title or theme (Rains of Remorse)
A book that features a garden, planting, bulbs, flowers, etc
A book that is wedding themed
A Biblical fiction book about a lesser known Biblical character
A book that takes place during the Civil War
A book that takes place during World War I
A book that takes place during World War II
A book that has a medical personnel in it
A book that includes food or baking
A book featuring orphans
A book by an author that shares your initials
A book of your choice


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