I went looking for more!
1) A woman who is a mother
2) A real life person written into a fictional story
3) A person who changes form
4) A person who is from a different country from the one you currently live in
5) A person who lived before WWI
6) A person who lives by a body of water
7) A person younger than 18
8) A character that is in a book series
The challenge runs from January to December. During this time you choose a book to read from each of the following categories (examples of books you could choose are in brackets):
A reference to time (Eleven Minutes, Before Ever After)
A position of royalty (The People’s Queen, The Last Empress, The Curse Of The Pharaoh)
A number written in letters (The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, A Tale Of Two Cities)
A forename or names (Rebecca, Eleanor & Park, The Unfinished Work Of Elizabeth D.)
A type or element of weather (Gone With The Wind, Red Earth Pouring Rain)
This one had a choice of category A or B (or both). Category A was colors in the title, which I'm already doing on another challenge. But I liked Category B for its diversity.
B ~ Fit one book title into each category.
trees, flowers, grass, gardening & crop-sowing references.
a building, rooms, a room or building’s parts.
culture names, locations ~ lakes, towns, famous spots.
synonyms, gems, ruins, geological formations.
types of relatives, last names, full names.
a title of 5+ words (articles are fine).
lame puns or quotations, actual cheeses.
mystical, eerie (content fulfills title; no debunked ending).
any words approximating weather or seasons.
positive messages, conveys pleasant images.
Alphabet Soup ~ Reading a book that starts with each letter of the alphabet.
Outside the Box ~ A leveled reading challenge
I might start a group for keeping track of the books I read in these challenges, so if anyone wants to join me, stay tuned.