I think I’ve rambled about Litsy once or twice. Some groovy people over there are doing the #LitsyAtoZ challenge.
The last time I tried something like this, I got stuck on E.
I’m not usually this organised, but I thought if I listed my book choices I might actually read through them.
I’ve decided to list by author. You can also list by title or mix it up.
A – Cat’s Eye – Margaret Atwood, or You Will Know Me – Megan Abbot, or Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard
B – The Muse – Jessie Burton
C – The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet – Becky Chambers, or The Wangs Vs The World – Jade Chang
D – You’re Never Weird on The Internet – Felicia Day, or The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair – Joël Dicker
E – Heroes of The Frontier – Dave Eggers
F – My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante, or The Sunlit Pilgrams – Jenni Fagan
G – & Sons – David Gilbert
H -Before the Fall – Noah Hawley
I – The Remains of the Day – Kazuo Ishiguro
J – A Brief History of Seven Killings – Marlon James
K – Crazy Rich Asians – Kevin Kwan
L – The Couple Next Door – Shari Lapena
M – The Sea, The Sea – Iris Murdoch, or Hystopia – David Means
N – Mind’s Eye – Hakan Nesser
O – This Must Be The Place – Maggie O’ Farrell
P – Commonwealth – Ann Patchet
Q -The 500 – Matthew Quirk
R – Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell, or Empire Falls – Richard Russo
S – The Hundred Lives of Lizzie Lovett – Chelsea Sedoti, or Olive Kitteridge – Elizabeth Strout
T – All My Puny Sorrows – Miriam Toews
U – Rabbit, Run – John Updike
V – Take The Cannoli – Sarah Vowell
W – Second Life – S J Watson
X – Death of a Red Heroine – Qiu Xiaolong
Y – The Sun is Also A Star – Nicola Yoon, or Shelter – Jung Yun
Z – Mislaid – Nell Zink
Might do these in order, but a few are calling to me.
For the letters with more than one option, help me choose!
I have MOST of these, so reading through them might make a small dent in my Mount TBR
Must check this year’s Read Harder Challenge to see if there’s overlap.
What are your reading goals this year?
Here are a few more reading challenges I found that might interest you/me.