30 Days of Books: The Recap

For those of you not following along from the beginning, here’s my whole 30 Days of Books challenge in one place. If you’ve done (or are doing) the challenge, link me! I want to know!

Day 01 – A book series you wish had gone on longer OR a book series you wish would just freaking end already (or both!)

Day 02 – A book or series you wish more people were reading and talking about

Day 03 -“ The best book you’™ve read in the last 12 months

Day 04 – Your favorite book or series ever

Day 05 – A book or series you hate

Day 06 – Favorite book of your favorite series OR your favorite book of all time

Day 07 – Least favorite plot device employed by way too many books you actually enjoyed otherwise

Day 08 – A book everyone should read at least once

Day 09 – Best scene ever

Day 10 – A book you thought you wouldn’t like but ended up loving

Day 11 – A book that disappointed you

Day 12 – A book or series of books you’ve read more than five times

Day 13 – Favorite childhood book OR current favorite YA book (or both!)

Day 14 – Favorite character in a book

Day 15 – Your “comfort” book

Day 17 – Favorite story or collection of stories (short stories, novellas, novelettes, etc.) 

Day 18 – Favorite beginning scene in a book

Day 19 – Favorite book cover (bonus points for posting an image!)

Day 20 – Favorite kiss

Day 21 – Favorite romantic/sexual relationship (including asexual romantic relationships)

Day 22 – Favorite non-sexual relationship (including asexual romantic relationships)

Day 23 – Most annoying character ever

Day 24 – Best quote from a novel

Day 25 – Any five books from your “to be read” stack

Day 26 – OMG WTF? OR most irritating/awful/annoying book ending

Day 27 – If a book contains ______, you will always read it (and a book or books that contain it)!

Day 28 – First favorite book or series obsession

Day 29 – Saddest character death OR best/most satisfying character death (or both!) (With spoilers!)

Day 30 – What book are you reading right now?

About Jen Moore

I'm a recent library school graduate in Madison, Wisconsin, looking for a full-time professional job and trying to manage a fulfilling life in the meantime. Oh, and I read. A lot.

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