Sunday, November 29, 2020

Monthly Motif #MonthlyMotifGXO


I am again going to try to complete the monthly motif challenge hosted by Kim and Tanya at GirlXOXO.    You try to read a book each month that fits into the chosen motif of the month

JANUARY-  Once Upon A Time. Read a book from the Fantasy, Fairytale, Mythology, or Folklore Sub Genres.

FEBRUARY- Laughter and Love. Read a relationship story, romance, comedy, or feel good contemporary.

MARCH- Countries and Cultures. Read a book set in a country, or about a culture, that’s different than your own and that you’d like to learn more about.

  1. READ Chorus Lines, Caviar and Corpses by Mary McHugh-  RUSSIA
  2. READ A Burning by Megha Majumdar  - INDIA


APRIL- Books on the Menu. Read a book that features food, restaurants, cafes, cooking, or baking, on the cover or in the story. 

  1. READ Triple Chocolate Cheesecake by Joanne Fluke
  2. READ The Corpse Who Knew Too Much by Debra Sennefelder
  3. READ Scam Chowder by Maya Corrigan
  4. READ Toasting Up Trouble by Linda Wiken

MAY- Magnificent Middle Grade. Read a Middle Grade book – a book that is marketed toward ages 8-14.

IDEA: D: A Tale of Two Worlds

 JUNE- The Great Outdoors. Read a book featuring a garden, nature, country, or harvest setting or plot. 

JULY- Short But Fabulous. Read a novella, comic, graphic novel, manga, or short book of poetry. 

IDEA: The Very Best of Robert Service

AUGUST- Bag of Tricks. Read a book featuring any kind of magic, illusion, super powers, or enchantments.

IDEA: Binti (Binti, #1)

SEPTEMBER- Back to School. Read a book with a school setting, featuring a student or educator OR read a book to educate yourself on a topic you’re interested in learning more about.

    OCTOBER- Lurking in the Shadows. Read a book that has a gray, black, and/or white cover OR a book that shows a shadow on the cover. 

    NOVEMBER- In the Library with the Candlestick. Read a mystery- cozy, detective, spies, true crime, whodunnit, or the like.

    IDEA: cozy TBD

    DECEMBER- That’s History. Read a historical fiction book or a book about a true historical event.

    IDEA: The Woman Before Wallis

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