Book Riot 2017 Read Harder Challenge

In 2017 read…

A Book About Sports

A Debut Novel:  The Bookseller by Cynthia Swanson (January)

A Book About Books

A Book Set in Central or South America, Written by A Central or South American Author

A Book By An Immigrant With A Central Immigration Narrative

An All-Ages Comic: Lumberjanes Vol. 1 by Noelle Stevenson (January)

A Book Published Between 1900 and 1905

A Travel Memoir

A Book You’ve Read Before

A Book Set Within 100 Miles of Your Location: Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler (Set in Baltimore. Read in March)

A Book Set More Than 5,000 Miles From Your Location

A Fantasy Novel

A Nonfiction Book About Technology

A Book About War

A YA or Middle Grades Novel By An Author Who Identifies as LGBTQ+

A Book That Has Been Banned Or Frequently Challenged In Your Country

A Classic By An Author of Color

A Superhero Comic With A Female Lead: Ms. Marvel Vol. 3 (January)

A Book In Which A Character of Color Goes On A Spiritual Journey

An LGBTQ+ Romance Novel

A Book Published By A Micropress

A Collection of Short Stories By A Woman: American Housewife by Helen Ellis (February)

A Book Wherein All POV Characters Are People of Color: The Mothers by Brit Bennett (January)

A Collection of Poetry In Translation On A Theme Other Than Love