It’s official!  I did it!  My 2015 reading challenge is complete.  I’m already looking forward to next year’s challenge, because this year’s led me to some really great books I probably would not have otherwise picked up.  (There were some doozies, too, but what can you do.)

See all the books from my 2015 reading challenge below.

  1. a book with more than 500 pages: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
  2. a romance: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
  3. a book that became a movie: The Duff by Kody Keplinger
  4. a book published this year: The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma
  5. a book with a number in the title: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
  6. a book written by someone under 30: Everyone’s a Casualty by Jaidon Wells
  7. a book with nonhuman characters: Marked by Sarah Fine
  8. a funny book: The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn
  9. a book by a female author: Undressed by Shannon Richard
  10. a mystery or thriller: Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory
  11. a book with a one-word title: Joyride by Anna Banks
  12. a book of short stories: Best Food Writing 2015 by Holly Hughes
  13. a book set in a different country: Accidentally In Love by Laura Drewry
  14. a nonfiction book: The World on a Plate by Mina Holland
  15. a popular author’s first book: Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
  16. a book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet: Fairest by Marissa Meyer
  17. a book a friend recommended: The Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards
  18. a pulitzer prize winning book: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
  19. a book based on a true story: In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
  20. a book at the bottom of your to-read list: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
  21. a book your mom loves: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
  22. a book that scares you: Long Way Down by Krista & Becca Ritchie
  23. a book more than 100 years old: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare
  24. a book based entirely on its cover: Sing for Me by Gracie Madison
  25. a book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t: Don’t Look Back by Karin Fossum
  26. a memoir: Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty by Diane Keaton
  27. a book you can finish in a day: Rule Breaker by Harper Kincaid
  28. a book with antonyms in the title: Death, Dickinson, and the Demented Life of Frenchie Garcia by Jenny Torres Sanchez
  29. a book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit: Younger by Suzanne Munshower
  30. a book that came out the year you were born: Seventh Heaven by Alice Hoffman
  31. a book with bad reviews: Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton
  32. a trilogy: Addicted by Krista & Becca Ritchie
  33. a book from your childhood: The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman
  34. a book with a love triangle: Twisted Souls by L.L. Collins
  35. a book set in the future: Carswell’s Guide to Being Lucky by Marissa Meyer
  36. a book set in high school: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre
  37. a book with a color in the title: One Lavender Ribbon by Heather Burch
  38. a book that made you cry: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
  39. a book with magic: Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
  40. a graphic novel: The Fade Out, Vol. 1 by Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips
  41. a book by an author you’ve never read before: The List by Kate L. Mary
  42. a book you own but have never read: The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman
  43. a book that takes place in your hometown: Addicted for Now by Krista & Becca Ritchie
  44. a book that was originally written in a different language: Room 702 by Paloma Aínsa
  45. a book set during christmas: Mistletoe & Margaritas by Shannon Stacey
  46. a book written by an author with your same initials: The Secrets Between You and Me by Shana Norris
  47. a play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
  48. a banned book: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
  49. a book based on or turned into a tv show: Bob’s Burgers, Vol. 1 by Chad Brewster
  50. a book you started but never finished: Skipped Parts by Tim Sandlin

Did you challenge yourself in 2015?  If so, how did you do?