Reading Bucket List Challenge

1.)  Pick a item off the List.
2.)  Read a book that fits the item.
3.)  Write a Review with the Challenge Button in it somewhere.
4.)  Add your Review to Mr. Linky.
5.)  Visit other Reading Bucket List Challenge Reviews added to the List.
6.)  Watch to see if you win the any of the giveaways.
7.)  For the Suggestion Box click this portal.*** There is no limit to books read, you get to decide. ***
My List:
  • Die Bücherdiebin (The Book Thief) by Markus Zusak – Abroad
  • Der Hund von Baskerville (The Hound of the Baskervilles) by Arthur Conan Doyle – Listen to a Audiobook
  • Wie ein einziger Tag (The Notebook) by Nicholas Sparks – Romance/Contemporary
  • Bis(s) zum ersten Sonnenstrahl (The short second life of Bree Tanner) by Stephenie Meyer – Inner City
  • Traummann an der Angel (+ Short Story Monsterliebe/Monster Love) (Sleeping with the fishes) by MaryJanice Davidson – Mermaids (+ a single short story)
  • Die Tribute von Panem (The Hunger Games) by Suzanne Collins – Forest
  • Die erste Liebe [nach 19 vergeblichen Versuchen] (An Abundance of Katherines) by John Green – Country
  • The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern – Pink (Book Cover)
  • The House of Night – Gezeichnet (Marked) by P.C. and Kristin Cast – Highschool/College
  • Alcatraz und die dunkle Bibliothek (Alcatraz Versus the evil Libarians) by Brandon Sanderson – Children’s
  • Die Tribute von Panem – Gefährliche Liebe (The Hunger Games. Catching Fire) by Suzanne Collins – Future
  • Evermore – Die Unsterblichen (Evermore) by Alyson Noël – Flowers
  • Heaven – Stadt der Feen by Christoph Marzi – England
  • Die Tribute von Panem – Flammender Zorn (The Hunger Games. Mockingjay) by Suzanne Collins – finish a Series you started
  • Evernight by Claudia Gray – Red
  • Flora Segundas Magische Missgeschicke (Flora Segunda: Being the Magickal Mishaps of a Girl of Spirit, Her Glass-Gazing Sidekick, Two Ominous Butlers (One Blue), a House with Eleven Thousand Rooms, and a Red Dog) by Ysabeau S. Wilce – Past/Historical
  • Öko – Al Gore, der neue Kühlschrank und ich by Peter Unfried – Non-Fiction
  • The Story of Stuff – Wie wir unsere Erde zumüllen by Anny Leonard – White
  • Saubere Sachen: Wie man grüne Mode findet und sich vor Öko-Etikettenschwindel schützt by Kirsten Brodde – Green
  • Luxus Girl by Andrea Brown – Chick Lit
  • M.J. Holliday #1: Rendezvous um Mitternacht (What’s a Ghoul to do?) by Victoria Laurie – Purple
  • Evernight #2: Tochter der Dämmerung (Stargazer) by Claudia Grey – Vampires
  • M.J. Holliday #2: Gespenster küsst man nicht (Demons are a Ghoul’s best friend) by Victoria Laurie – Ghosts
  • Chicagoland Vampires #1: Frisch Gebissen (Some girls bite) by Chloe Neill – Fantasy
  • Jill Kismet #1: Dämonenmal (Jill Kismet #1: Night Shift) by Lilith Saintcrow – Demons

Bucket List:
**All of the books can be read as Young Adult, Adult, or Mixed**
Read a Book in the Following Genres:
1.       Art
2.       Biography
3.       Chick-Lit
4.       Children’s
5.       Classics
6.       Comics/Graphic Novels/Manga
7.       Coming of Age
8.       Contemporary
9.       Cookbook
10.   Crime
11.   Erotica
a.       M/F
b.      M/M
c.       F/F
d.      F/M/M
e.      M/F/F
f.        F/F/F
g.       M/M/M
12.   Ethnic
13.   Fantasy
14.   Historical Fiction
15.   Historic
16.   Memoir
17.   Military
18.   Music
19.   Mystery
20.   Non-Fiction
21.   Philosophy
22.   Poetry
23.   Religion/Spiritual
24.   Romance
a.       Young Adult
b.      Contemporary
c.       Historical
d.      Short Story
25.   Science Fiction
26.   Steampunk/Cyberpunk/Alternate
27.   Suspense/Thriller
28.   Travel
a.       North America
b.      South America
c.       Europe
d.      Asia
e.      Australia
f.        Africa
29.   Utopia, Dystopia
30.   Young Adult

Read Books with the setting or half the setting in the following areas:
1.       Beach/Island
2.       Abroad (any country but US or where you live)
3.       Outer space
4.       Fictional World
5.       Book Store
6.       Clothing store
7.       Forest
8.       Inner City
9.       Country
10.   Carolinas (North or South)
11.   Desert
12.   England
13.   Restaurant
14.   High School/College
1.       Winter
2.       Summer
3.       Fall
4.       Spring

1.       Various Times (ie Time Travel, Youth to Old)

2.       Past/Historical
3.       Present/Contemporary/Modern
4.       Future
Read Books with the Colors dominating the Book Cover:
1.       Green
2.       Blue
3.       Teal
4.       Red
5.       Black
6.       White
7.       Purple
8.       Pink
9.       Brown
10.   Grey/Silver
11.   Yellow
12.   Orange
Read Books with Designs/Themes dominating the Book Cover:
1.       Stripes
2.       Polka Dots
3.       Animals
4.       Fruit/Vegetables
5.       Clouds
6.       People Kissing
7.       Sunset/Sunrise
8.       Flowers
9.       Rain/Lighting
10.   Children’s
11.   Trees
12.   Only the Title of Book & Author
13.   Sexy Male
14.   Sexy Female
15.   Triangle Relationship (Clean Romance, Romance, or Erotica)
a.       M/M/F
b.      F/F/F
c.       F/F/M
d.      M/M/M
16.   House/Building
17.   Assassins
18.   Surfing
19.   Mountain Climbing
20.   Crafting (scrapbooking, knitting)
21.   Movie (book turned movie)
22.   Family
23.   Cheating (getting caught)

Read Books with the Paranormal Themes:
1.       Angels
2.       Demons
3.       Ghosts
4.       Zombies
5.       Vampires
6.       Werewolves
7.       Witches
8.   Mermaids – Selkies

1.       Finish a Series you stared
2.       Start and Finish a series you start in 2011
3.       Start a Series
4.       Read a popular Series

Re Read:
1.       Re Read a Favorite
2.       Re Read a Book you read in High School/College
3.       Re Read a Book you read in your youth
4.       Re Read a Book that you didn’t enjoy the first time
5.       Re Read a Book you forgot what it was about
6.       Re Read a Classic
7.       Re Read a Series

Reading Short Stories:

1.       A single Short Story
2.       Anthology of Short Stories by the same author
3.       Anthology of Short Stories by different authors

Other ways:
1.        Read a e-book
2.       Listen to a Audiobook
3.       Read a book on the computer/phone
4.       Read to someone else

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