The 50 Book Challenge in 2018...



This is my 50 book challenge for 2018

I'll keep this updated as I go along.









A book that has been on my bookshelf for more than 5 years -


A big fat book with more than 500 pages - The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley (634)


A skinny book with less than 200 pages -

A short story a book with less than 70 pages -

A romantic story -

A murder /mystery story  - A Death in The Night, Guy Fraser-Sampson

A gritty crime story  -

A book of short stories - Beautiful Star and Other Stories, Andrew Swanston

A historical fiction novel - The Cursed Wife, Pamela Hartshorne

A time travel novel -

A novel that is book one in a series new to me - The Dark Lake, Sarah Bailey

A book published in the decade I was born -

A book with a number in the title - Three Things about Elsie, Joanna Cannon

A children’s book - 

A young adult book - The Invisible Hand, James Hartley

A book of poems -
Poems for a World Gone to Sh*t

A book by a debut author - 

A book with an interesting title -  The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club, Sophie Green

A book with a cat in it - 

A book I bought in a book store - 

A book by an author I have read before - Two Little Girls, Kate Medina

A book by an author who is new to me - The Final Girls, Riley Sager

A non-fiction book -

A play -

A book from an author I love - The Coffin Path, Katherine Clements

A book a friend recommended - 

A book signed to me by the author - 

A book that scared me - 

A book that made me laugh out loud - Baby Boom! by Helen Wallen

A book that is very popular - Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

A book set more than a 100 years ago - The Captain's Disgraced Lady by Catherine Tilney

A book based entirely on its cover -

A book from my book shelf - Love Letters for Freddie, Eva Rice

An Audio Book  - Apprentice, Rebecca Gable (Audible)

A book with an animal in its title -

A book that made me cry -

A book on my wish list - The Pearl Sister, Lucinda Riley

A book originally written in a different language -

A book that surprised me in a good way - 

A book considered to be a classic - Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

A book set in England  - 

A book set in Scotland - The Good Sister by Maggie Christensen

A book set in Ireland - From A Low and Quiet Sea, Donal Ryan

A book set in Wales - The War Widow, Lorna Gray

A book set in America - The Immortalists, Chloe Benjamin

A book set in Asia - 

A Scandi -Noir Book - 

A book set in India - 

A book set in Australia - The Family Next Door, Sally Hepworth

A book set in Europe - The Walls Came Down , Ewa Dodd





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Thanks for taking the time to comment - Jaffa and I appreciate your interest.