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Witty Little Knitter

I read fantasy, crime, true crime, lgbt-romance and books written by my favourite comedians. List not necessarily complete.
Sometimes I write for Bibliodaze

Currently reading

Stephen and Matilda
Jim Bradbury
Progress: 52/262 pages
Krieg und Frieden
Michael Grusemann, Leo Tolstoy
Progress: 579/1024 pages

And now for the state of my other reading-challenges ^^


Book with a female protagonist: Carola Dunn - Manna from Hades (both MCs are female)

Book with a protagonist with a physical disability: Rose Lerner - Sweet Disorder (the MC needs a cane after a war-wound)

Book of Poetry/Epic Poem: J. R. R. Tolkien: The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun


The Popsugar Reading Challenge is long so to spare your dasboard:


A book with more than 500 pages  
A classic romance Rose Lerner - Sweet Disorder
A book that became a movie  
A book published this year  
A book with a number in the title  
A book written by someone under 30  
A book with nonhuman characters  
A funny book  
A book by a female author Terri Nixon: A Rose in Flanders Fields
A mystery or thriller  
A book with a one-word title  
A book of short stories  
A book set in a different country  
A nonfiction book Florian Schröder: Hätte, Hätte Fahradkette
A popular author’s first book  
A book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet Terry Pratchett: Snuff
A book a friend recommended  
A Pulitzer Prize-winning book  
A book based on a true story  
A book at the bottom of your to-read list  
A book your mom 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 in school but didn't  
A memoir  
A book you can finish in a day Josh Lanyon - This Dark Horse
A book with antonyms in the title  
A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit Carola Dunn - Manna from Hades (Cornwall)
A book that came out the year you were born  
A book with bad reviews  
A trilogy  
A book from your childhood  
A book with a love triangle The Castle of Otranto
A book set in the future  
A book set in high school  
A book with a color 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 Mark Reutlinger - Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzoh Ball of Death
A book you own but have never read  
A book that takes place in your hometown  
A book that was originally written in a different language  
A book set during Christmas  
A book written by an author with your same initials  
A play  
A banned book  
A book based on or turned into a TV show Winston Graham - Ross Poldark
A book you started but never finished  


If anybody has an idea what 'A book based entirely on its cover' even means I welcome any suggestions...