A book that's published in 2021: Jonas Sundquist - "Jeg tror du hadde likt Ulrik"
An Afrofuturist book: Nnedi Okorafor - "Binti"
A book that has a heart, diamond, club, or spade on the cover: Jostein Gaarder - "Kabalmysteriet"
A book by an author who shares your zodiac sign: Peter S. Beagle - "The last unicorn" (Beagle var Vær, i det minste fram til siste datojustering. Født 20. april)
A dark academia book:
A book with a gem, mineral, or rock in the title: Colson Whitehead - «Nickelguttene»
A book where the main character works at your current or dream job: Taylor Jenkins Reid - "The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo" (hvem har ikke drømt om å være skuespiller på et eller annet tidspunkt?)
A book that has won the Women's Prize For Fiction: Tayari Jones - «An American marriage» (2019)
A book with a family tree
A bestseller from the 1990s: Robin Hobb - "Assasin's quest"
A book about forgetting: Stephen King - "Det mørke tårn 2: De utvalgte" (Detta og Odetta glemmer hverandre osv.)
A book you have seen on someone's bookshelf (in real life, on a Zoom call, in a TV show, etc.): Astrid Lindgren og Sara Scwhardt - "Brevene dine legger jeg under madrassen" (fant den i mammas og pappas bokhylle)
A locked-room mystery: Fredrik Backman - «Folk med angst»
A book set in a restaurant: Linda Chapman - «Sugar & Spice»
A book with a black-and-white cover: Seanan McGuire - "Middlegame"
A book by an Indigenous author: Nnedi Okorafor - "Binti: Home" (Okorafor er av igbo-folket fra Nigeria)
A book that has the same title as a song: Tsetsi Dangarembga - «Nervous Conditions»
A book about a subject you are passionate about: Rebecca Solnit - «Men explain things to me»
A book that discusses body positivity: C S. Cooney - «Desdemona and the Deep»
A book found on a Black Lives Matter reading list: Justina Ireland - «Dread Nation»
A genre hybrid: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - «The Hound of the Baskervilles» (horror / mystery (krim) hybrid)
A book set mostly or entirely outdoors: Marlen Haushofer - "The Wall"
A book with something broken on the cover: Brandon Sanderson - "The Well of Ascension" (min versjon har coveret med en ødelagt "skive" på: https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/51c8b8Bn7wL.jpg)
A book by a Muslim American author: S. A. Chakraborty - "City of Brass"
A book that was published anonymously: Mary Shelley - "Frankenstein"
A book with an oxymoron in the title
A book about do-overs or fresh starts: Becky Chambers - "The long way to a small, angry planet"
A magical realism book: Charles Dickens - «A Christmas Carol»
A book set in multiple countries: Geraldine Brooks - «People of the book»
A book set somewhere you'd like to visit in 2021: Kim Stanley Robinson - «New York 2140»
A book by a blogger, vlogger, YouTube video creator, or other online personality: Jonathan van Ness - "Over the top"
A book whose title starts with "Q," "X," or "Z": Walter Tevis - "The queen's gambit"
A book featuring three generations (grandparent, parent, child): Kristen Hannah - "The nightingale"
A book about a social justice issue: Terry Pratchett - "Equal Rites"
A book in a different format than what you normally read (audiobooks, ebooks, graphic novels): Elisabeth Acevedo - "The poet X" (slampoesi, lydbok)
A book that has fewer than 1,000 reviews on Amazon or Goodreads: Tore Renberg - «Tollak til Ingeborg»
A book you think your best friend would like: Jessica Townsend - "Hollowpox: The hunt for Morrigan Crow"
A book about art or an artist: Emily St. John Mandel - "Station Eleven"
A book everyone seems to have read but you: Colleen Hoover - «Verity»
Your favourite prompt from a past POPSUGAR Reading Challenge: A story within a story: Joshua Philip Johnson - «The Forever Sea»
The longest book (by pages) on your TBR list: Brandon Sanderson - "The way of kings"
The shortest book (by pages) on your TBR list: Adrian Tchaikovsky - "Made things"
The book on your TBR list with the prettiest cover: China Mieville - "The city and the city"
The book on your TBR list with the ugliest cover: T. Kingfisher - "Clockwork Boys"
The book that's been on your TBR list for the longest amount of time: Margaret Atwood - «Oryx and Crake»
A book from your TBR list you meant to read last year but didn't: Philip Pullman - "Book of dust volume 2: The secret commonwealth"
A book from your TBR list you associate with a favourite person, place, or thing: J. K. Rowling - "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" (illustrert av Jim Kay)
A book from your TBR list chosen at random
A DNF book from your TBR list
A free book from your TBR list (gifted, borrowed, library): Paul Auster - "In the country of last things"