This year I wanted to try out some new reading challenges so one that I am doing is the A to Z challenge where you read a book where the title begins with all of the letters of the alphabet. X and Z can be anywhere in the title, as it’s harder to find titles that start with those letters.
Today I went through all of my books, both physical and on my kindle, and found books that I could use for this challenge. I was able to find a book for every letter except X and Z on my shelves. So for those I will be reading books off of Kindle Unlimited.
I am currently on a book buying ban through the end of March because I really want to get through the books that I already have. So that’s why I went through my own books for this challenge.
Here’s the books that I chose:
A: After I Do – Taylor Jenkins Reid
B: The Bookstore Sisters – Alice Hoffman
C: Credence – Penelope Douglas
D: Does It Hurt? – H. D. Carlton
E: Every Summer After – Carley Fortune
F: Forever, Interrupted – Taylor Jenkins Reid
G: The Girl He Used To Know – Tracey Garvis Graves
H: Hunting Adeline – H. D. Carlton
I: It Happened One Summer – Tessa Bailey
J: Just His Secretary – Donna Jeffries
K: Knowing You – Allie Everhart
L: A Letter From Nana Rose – Kristin Harper
M: Maybe In Another Life – Taylor Jenkins Reid
N: Never Never – Colleen Hoover
O: One True Loves – Taylor Jenkins Reid
P: Perfect Strangers – J. T. Geissinger
Q: The Quarry Girls – Jess Lourey
R: Rose Harbor in Bloom – Debbie Macomber
S: Simple Wild – K. A. Tucker
T: Too Late – Colleen Hoover
U: Under the Magnolias – T. I. Lowe
V: Vacation Wars – Meghan Quinn
W: Without Merit – Colleen Hoover
X: XOXO – Deborah Bladon
Y: Yoga One For Me – Eden Bloom
Z: Zyla & Kai – Kristina Forest
I’ve already read The Bookstore Sisters, A Letter From Nana Rose, One True Loves, The Simple Wild, and Without Merit so far this year! I am hoping to finish this list by the end of March!
What have you read this year? What’s your current read?
I am currently reading the second book in The Simple Wild series, Wild at Heart and it’s just as good as the first book. I highly recommend it.
Until next time…