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For Reading Addicts Reading Challenge 2022 – July

Once again this year we have decided on an inclusive challenge with the three options, Easy, Hard and Super Reader but this year’s monthly category will be “Read Through the Decades” and the alphabetical part will be by author’s name. Hopefully, this will mean that everyone can join in, whether you read one book a month or three or more!

July’s categories are:-

EASY – ALPHABETICAL CHALLENGE

Read a book by an author whose name begins with a G or an S.

Here are just a few suggestions for each letter, obviously there are lots more:

Yaa Gyasi, Laurie Graham, Neil Gaiman, Stephanie Garber, Roxane Gay, Lisa Genova, Nina George, Kenneth Grahame, John Green.

Rebecca Solnit, Elizabeth Strout, Curtis Sittenfeld, Elif Shafak, Zadie Smith, Douglas Stuart, Jennifer Saint, Ali Smith, Robert Seethaler.

HARD – MONTHLY CATEGORY CHALLENGE

Read a book published between 1960 and 1969.

Here are a few suggestions from the members of The Cwts Club Discussion Group.

Valley of the Dolls – Jacqueline Susann

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Truman Capote

Rabbit Run – John Updike

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Ken Casey

One Hundred Years of Solitude – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

There are even more suggestions in our blogs

The Bestselling Fiction of the Last One Hundred Years: 1960

The Bestselling Fiction of the Last One Hundred Years: 1969

There are also blogs for all the intervening years just use the search function on the website and put in the year you require.

SUPER READER – READ HARDER CHALLENGE

Read a book by an author whose name begins with a G or an S (or both) and read a book published between 1960 and 1969.

As in all our previous challenges, pick a book from our list, pop along to your local book shop or library, order something online or pick up something that’s already in your TBR pile.

Don’t forget to share what you are reading in our Cwts Club Discussion Group.



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