2 Jan 2022

52 Weeks, 52 Books: A 2022 Reading Challenge - Week One Reading List

Hey folks! I know lots of you are probably searching for a 2022 reading challenge, so I thought I would provide that for you!

52 Weeks, 52 Books: A 2022 Reading Challenge hosted by Books and Ladders

Because there are 52 weeks in the year, I have 52 different challenges set up for you so that you can expand your reading! You can see the challenges and my anticipated TBR below.

Week One Recommendations: Recommended by a Friend




1Recommended by a FriendJan 1-7
2Book Set in South AmericaJan 8-14
3Adult SFF BookJan 15-21
4Book About A Road TripJan 22-28
5Book You've Heard A Lot About But Haven't ReadJan 29-Feb 4
6Book With "Some" in the TitleFeb 5-11
7Book with a Trans Main CharacterFeb 12-18
8Feminist SciFi NovelFeb 19-25
9Book Originally Published in the Year You Were BornFeb 26-Mar 4
10Book You Started But Never FinishedMar 5-11
11Book by an Author from Southeast AsiaMar 12-18
12Book with a Blue CoverMar 19-25
13Reread Your Favourite Book From ChildhoodMar 26-Apr 1
14Book with a Latinx Main CharacterApr 2-Apr 8
15Book by a Woman of ColourApr 9-Apr 15
16Book by an Author You LoveApr 16-22
17Book About An Indigenous CharacterApr 23-29
18Based on a Fairy TaleApr 30-May 6
19Book Your Mom/Dad LikesMay 7-13
20Book Written By A Woman Under 30May 14-20
21Book Set in the Middle EastMay 21-27
22Book With "A" in the TitleMay 28-Jun 3
23Book Set in RussiaJun 4-10
24Book with a Main Character that has a Mental IllnessJun 11-17
25Book You Would Normally Never Pick UpJun 18-24
26Diverse Book Of Your ChoiceJun 25-Jul 1
27Book That Is Published in 2022 That ISN'T A DebutJul 2-8
28Book Written By A CelebrityJul 9-15
29Finish That Series You've Been Putting OffJul 16-22
30Literary Fiction BookJul 23-29
31Book That Takes Place on an IslandJul 30-Aug 5
32Start A New Series By An Author You've Never ReadAug 6-Aug 12
33National Book Award WinnerAug 13-19
34New Adult TitleAug 20-26
35Debut 2022 NovelAug 27-Sep 2
36Book That's More Than 600 PagesSep 3-9
37Book Set In CanadaSep 10-16
38Book with Non-Western Mythology/HistorySep 17-23
39Book Set in South AfricaSep 24-30
40Book by A Native AmericanOct 1-7
41Book That Has Been Turned Into A MovieOct 8-14
42Book Set In JapanOct 15-21
43Book That Was Published in 2015Oct 22-28
44Graphic NovelOct 29-Nov 4
45Post-Apocalyptic Book Written by a WomanNov 5-11
46Book Set in your Home State/Province/AreaNov 12-18
47Book with AliensNov 19-25
48Book by Someone Who Identifies As LGBTQIANov 26-Dec 2
49Book of EssaysDec 3-9
50#BookTok RecommendsDec 10-16
51Book by a Man of ColourDec 17-23
52Book Turned Into A TV ShowDec 24-31


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