PopSugar 2021 Challenge

Have you heard of the PopSugar Reading Challenge? It’s an annual challenge with a list of prompts – you pick the book to fit each one!

Here is my list for the PopSugar 2020 Reading Challenge. Books in bold are books that I’ve read.

All books are available to purchase from my Bookshop store! If you buy from this link, I will receive a small commission, and part of the proceeds will go to independent bookstores.

REGULAR
1. A book that published in 2021 – Black Buck – | Bookshop | Amazon |
2. An Afrofuturist book
3. A book that has a heart, diamond, club, or spade on the cover – The Dating Plan | Bookshop | Amazon |
4. A book by an author who shares your zodiac sign – Becoming, by Michelle Obama | Bookshop | Amazon |
5. A dark academia book – A Deadly Education | Bookshop | Amazon |
6. A book with a gem, mineral, or rock in the title – The Nickel Boys
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7. A book where the main character works at your current or dream job – The Prime of Miss. Jean Brodie
8. A book that has won the Women’s Prize for Fiction – Piranesi
9. A book with a family tree – Romancing Mister Bridgerton
10. A bestseller from the 1990s – Holes
11. A book about forgetting – Wintersong
12. A book you have seen on someone’s bookshelf (in real life, on a Zoom call, in a TV show, etc.) – From Blood and Ash

13. A locked-room mystery – Shiver
14. A book set in a restaurant – Arsenic & Adobo
15. A book with a black-and-white cover – Luminous
16. A book by an indigenous author – Firekeeper’s Daughter
17. A book that has the same title as a song – It’s In His Kiss (Bridgerton #7)
18. A book about a subject you are passionate about – The House in the Cerulean Sea
19. A book that discusses body positivity – Spoiler Alert
20. A book on a Black Lives Matter reading list – The Poet X
21. A genre hybrid – The Viscount Who Loved Me
22. A book set mostly or entirely outdoors – King and the Dragonflies

23. A book with something broken on the cover –
24. A book by a Muslim American / Muslim British author
25. A book that was published anonymously – Pride and Prejudice
26. A book with an oxymoron in the title
27. A book about do-overs or fresh starts – The Lost Apothecary
28. A magical realism book – Instant Karma
29. A book set in multiple countries – Infinite Country

30. A book set somewhere you’d like to visit in 2021 – The Exiles
31. A book by a blogger, vlogger, YouTube video creator, or other online personality – An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

32. A book whose title starts with “Q,” “X,” or “Z”
33. A book featuring three generations (grandparent, parent, child) – The School for Good Mothers
34. A book about a social justice issue – This Promise of Change
35. A book in a different format than what you normally read (audiobooks, ebooks, graphic novels) – They Call me Guero: A Border Kid’s poems
36. A book that has fewer than 1,000 reviews on Amazon or Goodreads – Between Perfect and Real
37. A book you think your best friend would like – The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

38. A book about art or an artist – An Offer From a Gentleman
39. A book everyone seems to have read but you – The Duke & I
40. Your favorite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge – Cinderella is Dead

ADVANCED
41. The longest book (by pages) on your TBR list – A Court of Silver Flames
42. The shortest book (by pages) on your TBR list – The Prince and the Troll
43. The book on your TBR list with the prettiest cover – The Undocumented Americans
44. The book on your TBR list with the ugliest cover – Mediocre
45. The book that’s been on your TBR list for the longest amount of time – The Once and Future King
46. A book from your TBR list you meant to read last year but didn’t – Cemetery Boys
47. A book from your TBR list you associate with a favorite person, place, or thing – Alanna
48. A book from your TBR list chosen at random – An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States

49. A DNF book from your TBR list – Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology
50. A free book from your TBR list (gifted, borrowed, library) – Truly Devious

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