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20 Books of Summer 2022 – Complete!

Hey y’all! In early June, I started my first year challenging the 20 books of summer goal that’s hosted at 746 Books. The goal is to read and review 20 books from June to September 1. The reviewing is the key part!

In my sign up post, I chose to go for 15 based on specific prompts that I wanted to fulfill. I did hit all 15 prompts, as well as a lot of other books that I read and reviewed outside of it! Below is a list of the books I completed for each prompt, as well as the other reviews I posted during the summer. 😊

The 15 prompts & their books

The extra reviews!

As I finish and post reviews (whether on this blog or on Goodreads) I’ll link them here!

  1. ARC Review: We All Fall Down by Rose Szabo
  2. Review: Pachinko by Lee Min-jin
  3. Review: The Noh Family by Grace K. Shim
  4. Review: A Hundred Silent Ways by Marie Jojie
  5. Review: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt
  6. ARC Review: A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin (7/12/22)
  7. Review: Jay’s Gay Agenda by Jason June
  8. Review: Dragon’s Protector by Ava Richardson
  9. ARC Review: Boys I Know by Anna Gracia (7/26/22)
  10. Review: The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas
  11. Review: If You Ask Me by Libby Hubscher
  12. Review: A March of Kings by Morgan Rice
  13. Review: The Candid Life of Meena Dave by Namrata Patel
  14. Review: You Took The Last Bus Home by Brian Bilston

So in total I posted 29 reviews from June – end of August! In essence, that’s like posting a review every day for one of those months, which is a lot when I think about it that way (especially since I don’t post every day). If y’all also did the challenge, link your post below! If you haven’t would you consider doing it next year?

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5 thoughts on “20 Books of Summer 2022 – Complete!

    1. They also have ten and fifteen options so it made it feel a lot less intimidating for me haha. See you there next year then? ☺️ Although after doing this I realized I could also just set my own goal each season and go for it haha

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  1. You did amazing! Well done 😃 If I had stuck with a strict TBR I would’ve failed miserably. As it is I already don’t know where I should count books that I didn’t mention in my original “possibility pile” but eh! 🤷🏻‍♀️ This summer did *not* go as expected at all, lol!

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    1. xD yeah from your other posts it sounds like you had a very busy one. I don’t think it’s a bad thing if one of your reading goals got a little loose because of all the other goals you were pursuing 🙂 I struggled a little with sticking to the prompts, but they were broad enough for me that I got through it haha. Guess I found my sweet spot

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