Reading Challenge: My 2020 #armedwithabingo TBR List

I am usually hesitant to take up reading challenges because I fail to read consistently. My preschooler takes up most of my time, and I find it hard to enjoy a book if I’m being interrupted every few minutes.

But the reader in me refuses to be suppressed, so one of my new year resolutions for 2020 is to read more, read widely, and read consistently. That’s why I took up Kriti and Ariel’s #armedwithabingo Book Bingo. The prompts were quite interesting and it seemed like I would be able to finish the bingo board if I read at least 2 books per month. Plus, the hosts mentioned that it wasn’t a competition and the aim was to have fun while reading across genres.

My TBR list for the challenge:

I have compiled a list of the books that I want to read throughout the year as part of this challenge. Many of them are books that I already own, but haven’t gotten around to reading. The rest are from NetGalley, Reedsy Discovery, and BookTasters.

I will post a review on this blog (also Amazon IN and Goodreads) as I finish reading each book.

S. No.PromptBook TitleAuthor
1.A book published in 2020The Italian CureMelodie Campbell
2. An anthology or poetry collectionWomen Under Scrutiny Randy Susan Meyers
3. A book in the middle of a seriesRecord of Blood (Book 3)Sabrina Flynn
4. A book from the last decade (2010-2019)Star and FireR. Parr
5. A book with multiple POVsGone GirlGillian Flynn
6. A book that a friend recommendsSourdoughRobin Sloan
7. A book that has a number in its titleCatch-22Joseph Heller
8. A young adult novelThe Fault in Our StarsJohn Green
9.A dystopian novelThe Hunger Games (Book 1)Suzanne Collins
10. A nonfiction bookNotes for Healthy KidsRujuta Diwekar
11. A book written in a format other than third personTBD
12.A memoirA River in Darkness: One Man’s Escape from North KoreaMasaji Ishikawa
13. A book of your choice Orson (The Lucid Chronicles #1) David J Pearson
14. A book about friendship/familyMalnourished Cinthia Ritchie
15. A fantasy/science fictionThe Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GalaxyDouglas Adams
16. A book by an indie authorOutrush Errin Stevens
17. A book with a beautiful coverGoKazuki Kaneshiro
18. A book you saw someone else readingZen and the Art of Motorcycle MaintenanceRobert M. Pirsig
19. A book with a color in its nameWhite Rose, Black ForestEoin Dempsey
20. A bestseller bookHomo Deus: A Brief History of TomorrowYuval Noah Harari
21. A book which was a gift/borrowedThe Year I Met YouCecelia Ahern
22. A book longer than 500 pagesThe Great North RoadAnnabel Dore
23. A book you meant to read last yearEm and the Big HoomJerry Pinto
24. A book with a food included in the titleMango Cheeks, Metal TeethAruna Nambiar
#armedwithabingo reading challenge

(Disclaimer: The table contains Amazon affiliate links.)

What do you think of my list?



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4 replies

  1. This Bingo Board sounds interesting. I think I should create one for my kid so that he would also read a lot like me🤣

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  2. This is an amazing challenge. And yes… Am sure the journey is going to be fun reading different genres!

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