Yes, I'm at it again!
I can meet the requirements of The Color Coded Reading Challenge almost entirely from my TBR shelves, so it feels like a win already.
Bev at My Reader's Block does a nice job with her challenges, so it's a no-brainer that I'd sign up for this one again. The rules are straightforward: Read 9 books from the color categories. Any shade of the color counts, whether it's in the title or on the cover. Bev mixes things up by allowing a color of choice (any shade) and a "color implied" category (meaning rainbow, plaid, or another color pattern or word).
I think the charm of this challenge comes from the broad simplicity of the rules. Not to mention that 9 is a nice do-able number!
Here's my list for 2017:
Blue: The Narrow Road to the Deep North - Richard Flanagan (Booker Prize)
Red: We Need to Talk About Kevin - Lionel Shriver (Orange Prize)
Yellow: A Brief History of Seven Killings - Marlon James (Booker Prize)
Brown: The Finkler Question - Howard Jacobson (Booker Prize)