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52-Week Book Challenge: A More Difficult 2020 Reading Challenge by The Running Bibliophile

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Do you want a book challenge that will help you read 52 books within 52 weeks? This is the book challenge that will help you with that goal. There is no order in which you need to complete this challenge as long as you finish within the 52 week time period.
Good luck with our 52-Week Book Challenge: A More Difficult 2020 Reading Challenge, and Happy New Year!


52 Week Book Challenge Topics
A Book Based on a Television SeriesA Book Turned into a Television SeriesA Book Turned into a MovieA Book Written by someone you've metA Book that you picked because you liked the coverA Book that makes you laughA Book about books, bookstores, or librariesA 2019 Goodreads NomineeA 2019 Goodreads WinnerRead the First Book in a seriesRead Book 1 in a trilogyRead Book 2 in a trilogyRead Book 3 in a trilogyA Book that starts with the letter AA Book that starts with the letter ZA Book that has a color in the titleA Book that has a number in the titleA Book Set in the State You Live InA Book Based in the …

Book Review: Trash (Trash, #1) by Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld

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Trash (Trash, #1) by Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld follows the lifes of interns on a hip television show called Trash, and it's a bit like the Jerry Springer show but different. In the first installment, it follows the life of Chelsea, who is the daughter of a serial killer, and she is terrified that the other five interns will find out her secret.
When this was originally published, I absolutely loved this book and couldn't read it fast enough. Rereading it as an adult, one of the things that stuck out to me as a bit unrealistic was that one of the other interns turned out to be one of Chelsea's best friends from middle school, and Chelsea didn't recognize her friend because of her weight loss. It might have been different if it had been longer than four years since they had last seen each other.
Another thing I thought was a bit unrealistic was Chelsea's crush on one of the other interns and how she dealt with their relationship when they first starting datin…

Product Review: Mr. Clean: Clean Freak Deep Cleaning Mist - Gain Scent

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One particular weekend night, I was watching television, and a commercial came on advertising Mr. Clean: Clean Freak Deep Cleaning Mist. In the ad, it mentioned that it would take off grime and dirt after spraying it on the surface and wiping it off with a simple swipe. It went on to mention that it could be used in the bathroom, and I thought, "I really need to try this product on my bathtub."
Excited, I couldn't wait to buy it and looked for it at the grocery store the next day while I was getting my weekly groceries. I wasn't expecting to actually find it in stores yet because it usually takes the stores in my area a few weeks to get products in stock after I see it advertised on television. Much to my surprise and delight, my local Kroger Grocery Store actually had the Mr. Clean: Clean Freak Deep Cleaning Mist in stock and in no less than two scents. I grabbed the Gain Scent bottle and stuck it in my grocery cart.
Eventually, I decided to use it to clean my bath…