My 2018 Reading Challenges – an update!

Haven’t been checking in much with my Reading Challenges of 2018 so far – consider myself told off!! – so it is time for me to catch up and see how I’m going – and see what is left to be read and should I be panicking already!!
This is from the GoodReads group The Book Vipers and the challenge is to read a book that fits the titles below! There are 3 levels that can be done – 9 squares, 16 squares or the full 25! I’m aiming for the 25 so we will see how we go!
Thankfully my reading choices so far in 2018 have helped me fill in a few of these squares so will add the titles of the ones I’ve already completed. Will leave the others blank as I’m still not 100% decided on what to read in these categories – any suggestions still greatfully received and welcomed of what you think I should add to the list!!



A Classic  – 
A Book About Money – 
A Book Under 100 Pages – The Victorian Chaise Longue by Marghanita Laski 
A Book Of Poems – Helium by Rudy Francisco
Free Choice – The Antipodeans by Greg McGee
A Book Set In Another Country –  The Stolen Bicycle by Wu Ming-Yi
A Translated Book – We Were The Salt of the Sea by Roxanne Bouchard / David Warriner
True Or Fictional Crime – Too Close To Breathe by  Olivia Kiernan
A Book With An Animal In The Title – The Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young
Book Vipers Monthly Read  – Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Non Fiction Book –  The Last Wilderness by Neil Ansell
A Debut Book – The Feed by Nick Clark Windo
Book From A Small Publisher  –  
A Biography – 
A Book You Have Borrowed   
Free Choice – The Wildflowers by Harriet Evans
A Banned Book – 
A Book with a Food in the Title  –  
Free Choice – The Long Forgotten by David Whitehouse
A Shortlisted Book – 
A Book Over 500 Pages  – 
An Award Winner – 
Second Book In A Series – 
A Book About Books  – 
Science Fiction Or Fact  – READY PLAYER ONE by ERNEST CLINE
I think I’m doing better than I thought! Still lots to hunt out though and keep me entertained for the rest of the year!

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