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“Celebration of Color” Challenge hosted by Rae at PowerfulWomenReaders

Hello awesome readers. Today I am sharing a reading challenge that I’m going to be participating in, the “CELEBRATION OF COLOR” CHALLENGE hosted by Rae Longest over at PowerfulWomenReaders. This challenge is perfect for me because it has no deadline, and it’s going to be a great motivation for me to take care of some of the backlisted books on my TBR. Which I will have to pull from to find books for some of these requirements. I hope you’ll consider doing this too, let me know! I’ll post the prompt below. I’ll be tracking my progress below that and scratching them off as I go. I’m undecided on a couple of the categories, please see my options at the bottom and comment to help me decide! I think 12 is a perfectly manageable number of books so my goal is to complete the challenge. I’m not going to put a time limit on myself and instead just aim to do it as quickly as I can.Here are the rules from Rae, find the original post for the challenge here

There is no “due date” or timeline; there are twelve books to read; you don’t have to read them in order; and, it is a chance to read books first, then count them towards the challenge.
What could be better?

Here are the books to read:

  1. A book with a red cover or any shade of red in the cover design.
  2. Blue on the cover
  3. Yellow on the cover
  4. White on the cover
  5. Black on the cover
  6. Green on the cover
  7. Orange on the cover
  8. Pink on the cover
  9. Purple on the cover
  10. Brown on the cover
  11. The word “color” in the title
  12. An author “of color”

My progress Tracking:

  1. A book with a red cover or any shade of red in the cover design.
  2. Blue on the coverRecommended for You by Laura Silverman
  3. Yellow on the cover
  4. White on the cover
  5. Black on the cover
  6. Green on the cover
  7. Orange on the cover
  8. Pink on the cover – When Life Gives You Mangos by Kereen Getten
  9. Purple on the cover
  10. Brown on the cover
  11. The word “color” in the title
  12. An author “of color”

For #3 and #12 I’m still undecided.
Please comment and let me know which ones you think I should read!
I have it narrowed down to:

#3 She Who Fights Monsters OR The House Party

#12 Artistic Love in the Psych Ward OR Bellamy and the Brute OR Binti


Here are my goal books for the challenge. They may change.

#11 is hard to read but it’s, The Color of Snow: Snow Blind (Book 1) by LR Potter

Goal books for the celebration of color challenge

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