I have made a decision.

I am going to participate in the 2015 Reading Challenge, despite the fact my leisure reading time is limited to about half an hour at the end of the day (I spend the rest of my time either beta-reading, editing, and on the odd occasion studying for my degree).

So, I have a list of criteria below that I would quite like to write the name of a book title against. Obviously there are some I can only decide for myself (like a book from my childhood, for example), but apart from the trilogy (Ashlyn Forge’s Makeshift Soldier series), I am open to suggestions.

If you have a sci-fi/fantasy book you believe might suit this challenge, please drop me a line (I’m on Facebook, Twitter, this website etc etc)

And here is the list I am hoping to populate with book titles before the weekend is out:

A Book with more than 500 pages

A classic romance

A Book that became a movie

A book published this year

A book with a number in the title

A book with non-human characters

A fantasy book

A book by a female author

A mystery or thriller

A book with a one word title

A book of short stories

A book set in a different country

A non-fiction book

A popular author’s first book

A book from an author you love but haven’t read yet

A book a friend recommends

A Pulitzer prize winning book

A book based on a true story

A book at the bottom of your reading list

A book your mum loves

A book that scares you

A book more than 100 years old

A book based entirely on its cover

A book you were supposed to read at school but didn’t

A memoir

A book you can finish in a day

A book with antonyms in the title

A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit

A book that came out the year you were born

A book with bad reviews

A trilogy: Makeshift soldier (Ashlyn Forge)

A book from your childhood

A book with a love triangle

A book set in the future

A book set in a high school

A book with colour in the title

A book that made you cry

A book with magic

A graphic novel

A book by an author you’ve never read before

A book you own but have never read

A book that takes place in your hometown (London)

A book originally written in a different language

A book set during Christmas

A book written by an author with your initials

A play: One of my Shakespeare course texts

A banned book

A book based on, or turned into a TV series

A book you started but never finished