Monday, December 10, 2018

The Color Coded Reading Challenge 2019 - My Sign-Up

Well, that was fast! No sooner did I finish this challenge for 2018 than I decided to go ahead and put in for next year.

Bev at My Reader's Block runs a pleasantly relaxed challenge and I enjoy the way it pushes me to read my chosen books without giving me too many rules to follow. As one example of this, the colors can be in the book titles or appear on the cover. That makes it easy to mine my TBR pile for books that will work.

Sign up here if you want to join in. 

My books:

Red: Chinaman - Shehan Karunatiliaka (DSC Prize) Substitute: Pennant Race - Jim Brosnan (review coming soon)
Yellow: Whiteman - Tony D'Souza (Florida Book Award) (review coming soon)
Green: Mud Season - Ellen Stimson (review coming soon)
Blue: A Fable - William Faulkner (Pulitzer Prize) Substitute: A Thousand Acres - Jane Smiley (Pulitzer Prize) (review coming soon)
Brown: The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love - Oscar Hijuelos (Pulitzer Prize) (review coming soon)
Black: Please Look After Mom - Kyung-Sook Shin (Asian Literary Prize) Substitute: Circe - Madeline Miller (review coming soon)
White: Abide with Me - Elizabeth Strout Substitute: Tinkers - Paul Harding (review coming soon)
Any other color: Pink: Rebecca - Daphne de Maurier  Substitute: The Magnificent Ambersons - Booth Tarkington (review coming soon)
Implied color: Shadow: The Shadow of Sirius - W.S. Merwin (Pulitzer Prize) Rainbow: The Colors of All the Cattle - Alexander McCall Smith (review coming soon)

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