Books I may (or may not) read. Lots of choices. Lots of genres.
Snacks: Oranges, Heath bar, grapes, peanuts, almonds, and ice cream. Oh, and coffee. I'm set.
BINGO Game. Get your own copy here.
Mini-Challenge: Pandemic Mood-Boosting Book Challenge. Join in! Win a book!
I'm hosting! Look for me over at Dewey's 24-Hour Readathon or on Twitter.
Update: I was somehow able to host and read. I've now finished two books:
Walking. Every morning I walk to the public library and turn in the books I finished the day before. Great way to start the day.
No Ordinary Men: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hans von Dohnanyi, Resisters Against Hitler in Church and State by Elisabeth Sifton and Fritz Stern
Packs: Strength in Numbers by Hannah Salyer
Bo the Brave by Bethan Woollvin
Almost Time by Gary D. Schmidt and Elizabeth Stickney
God Got a Dog by Cynthia Rylant
Look Both Ways by Jason Reynolds
Feed Your Mind: A Story of August Wilson by Jen Bryant
Started, but didn't finish yet:
The Black Kids: A Novel by Christina Hammons Reed
Read while it's dark outside (Friday night)
Read a book related to winter (Almost Time)
Read 200 pages (Friday night)
Select your book blindfolded (Feed Your Mind)
Read a book outside your comfort zone (Travelling Cat Chronicles...thought it was going to be fluff, but it turned out to be different than I'd expected)
Read a book you've had in your TBR forever (Look Both Ways)
Read a book with a title less than two words (Almost Time)
Read a book released within the last year (Almost Time; Feed Your Mind; All Thirteen; Bo the Brave)
Exercise for 30 minutes (Saturday morning walk)
Read a book with diverse characters (The Black Kids; Look Both Ways)
Read in 3 different locations (meditation room; kitchen; front porch)
Title contains the letter D (God Got a Dog)
Participate in social media (Friday night Twitter)
Read two books (Finished two on Friday night)
Reading sprint (Saturday)
Read something other than a traditional book ("Poetry for Fraught Times," Atlantic)
Read a book in first person (The Travelling Cat Chronicles)
Snack and read (Heath bar)
Minimalist cover (God Got a Dog)
Read a book with blue on the cover (Look Both Ways)
Read two different genres (fiction, nonfiction, picture books)
Read a book with traveling (Travelling Cat Chronicles)
Make your own challenge (Read and review everything you finish)
Read in your pjs (Friday night)