I had written a post on the Reading Challenges that I would be taking part in 2019. 

| Read 2019 Reading Challenges

This page will account for all the books which I would be reading for the various prompts of each challenge. I will also be adding the links to the book reviews.

2019 Reading Challenges

Write Tribe Reading Challenge 11/24

| A book that is a Translation: Jasmine Days by Benyamin Done
| A book written by a Female author:
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks Done
| A book written by someone of a different nationality/color/ethnic group than you:
Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto Done
| A book from the Booker long-list (any year): 
My Sister, the Serial Killer (2019) Done
| A book from WWII period: 
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
| A retelling of your favorite fairytale/classic: 
A Curse so Dark and Lonely Done
| A book featuring a hobby: 
Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto Done
| A book with a name in the title: 
| A book with orange cover: 
Mistress of Spices by Chitra Divakaruni Banerjee Done
| A book set in a country that you visited/want to visit: 
Eat, Pray, Love Done
| A book that was a gift:
The Rosie Project
| A book with an animal in the title/cover:
The Art of Racing in the Rain Done
| A classic which you’ve never read: 
| A book your mom loves: 
The Promise by Danielle SteeleDone or a book that mentions food: Served with LoveDone
| A book recommended by a celebrity:
Love Letters to the Dead Done
| A book on crime-solving:
Nothing Lasts Forever by Sidney SheldonDone
| A memoir: 
Becoming by Michelle Obama Done
| A book with four words in the title:
Girl, Wash Your Face
| A book written by an author who is new to you:
The Nine-Chambered Heart by Janice Pariat Done
| A book which is a 2019 release:
Love in the Time of Affluenza Done
| A book made into a movie:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Done
| A book that has a mythical/imaginary creature: 
Spin the Dawn
| A book you bought just because of its cover/a book with a beautiful cover: 
The Poison of Love by K.R. Meera Done
| A drama/poetry book: 
Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde Done

2019 Monthly Motif Challenge 0/12

| JANUARY – New to You Author: Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto Done
| FEBRUARY – Cover Love: The Poison of Love Done
| MARCH – Royalty, Kingdoms, Empires, Governments: The Forest of Enchantments Done
| APRIL – Crack the Case: The Wife Between Us Done
| MAY – One Sitting Reads: Eleanor & Park Done
| JUNE – Diversify Your Reading: My Sister, the Serial Killer (2019) Done
| JULY – Through The Years:
| AUGUST – Mode of Transportation:
| SEPTEMBER – Animal, Number, Color, Name:
| OCTOBER – Tricks and Trades:
| NOVEMBER – Seasons, Elements, and Weather:
| DECEMBER – Last Chance:

Erin’s Reading Challenge 11.0 1/10 (July-Sept)

| Freebie (200 pages): Love in the Time of Affluenza by Shonali Khullar Shroff Done
| A book with the title that starts with F:
FanGirl by Rainbow Rowell Done
| A book that has rain, thunder, monsoon, lightning in its title:
A Quiet Kind of Thunder 
| A book that has the picture of a building in its cover:
A Pinch of Magic
| A book whose author has initials in his/her name:
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling Done
| A book with the title that has clothing/accessory:
Miss Goody Shoes by Janet Elizabeth Handerson Done
| A book that is set in India:
Raavan – Enemy of Aryavata by Amish Tripathi Done
| A book that has won or in the longlist of Booker Prize:
His Bloody Project
| A book that has a character with supernatural or superpowers:
Sea Witch
| A book that has the same title as another book in a different genre:
Three Wishes by Lianne Moriarty

GoodReads Reading Challenge


Corinne’s OutDo Yourself Challenge


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