2020 Reading Challenge by The Running Bibliophile


The Running Bibliophile's 
2020 Reading Challenge


Looking to challenge yourself in the New Year or get out of your comfort zone when it comes to books?
Here are twenty ways to challenge yourself this year when it comes to reading. 


  •  A book that has been reviewed or recommended on TheRunningBibliophile.com
  • A book published in 1920
  • A book published in 2020
  • A book published the year you were born
  • A book that has been translated into your native language
  • A biography or autobiography for a past or current political figure
  • A classic that you've never read
  • A book written by an author you've never read before 
  • A book turned into a television show or movie 
  • A book that is the first book in a series
  • A book you were supposed to read in high school but didn't
  • A book that contains one of the seasons in the title
  • A book that contains one of the twelve months in the title
  • Reread a favorite book
  • A book on your "To Be Read" list
  • A book on your "Did Not Finish" list
  • A book that contains a color in the title
  • A book that is set in your home town
  • A book tht is at least 500 pages
  • A book that is at least 750 pages




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