πŸ“š What’s in a Name? Reading Challenge 2020 Wrap-Up

Hello my fellow bookworms, the fateful year of 2020 has ended and it is time to round-up my reading for the What’s in a Name? 2020 reading challenge, hosted by Andrea at Carolina Book Nook. This was my fourth time taking part and the premise is very simple: read books with a title that fits the six categories provided. Here is what I read for the 2020 categories:

Well as you can see I only managed three out of the six categories this time around. I did have The Wedding Shroud and The Kingmaker’s Daughter lined up for the antonym and children categories respectively, but sadly just didn’t get round to them. While I never did think of a title for the ampersand category. So all in all, not my best year taking part, but these were some great books and with everything that was going on last year I think I can be forgiven.

Again the lovely Andrea is hosting What’s in a Name? 2021, but having had a look at the categories, I don’t have books to match most of them, so I am going to take a break this year. Happy reading if you are taking part.

Now I’d love to hear from you: Did you take part in this challenge, too? If yes, what did you read for it? Have you read any of my choices?

11 thoughts on “πŸ“š What’s in a Name? Reading Challenge 2020 Wrap-Up

  1. A bit late, but Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell – you’d love it! πŸ˜‰ These categories are quite specific, aren’t they? I had a look at the new one and I could only find three of them in my TBR.

    1. While a bit late for this challenge, book recommendations are always welcome here, thank you FF. I have never heard of the Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell – Going to go look that up now! And yes, the categories are quite specific, although imaginative, thinking outside the box for titles is often very welcome, too. 😁

  2. Three is certainly better than none! Even though I know I won’t participate, I still like to know the categories… so thanks for providing the link to 2021. πŸ™‚

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