Color-Coded Reading Challenge


The Color Coded Reading Challenge is hosted by Bev over at My Reader's Block.

Here are the rules (they're pretty simple):

Read nine books in the following nine color categories. This is my third time participating, though I have yet to completely fulfill the challenge. In 2014, I only completed 3 out of 9. In 2015, I increased that to 5 out of 9. In 2016, I COMPLETELY dropped the ball. There was a little revival in 2017...I completed 1 out of 9. Oy. This is obviously a challenge that I'll have to specifically work toward, as my regular reading habits don't seem to lend themselves to a lot of colors.

Any book read from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 will count. Crossovers with other challenges are fine (which is good for challenge addicts like myself).

As with my other challenges, I'll be updating on this post throughout the year. I'll be posting title and author of the book along with a photo of the cover (and a link to the book on Goodreads).

I'll also be renewing my challenges at the start of each year, keeping the progress from prior years posted within that challenge page.

Time to start coloring!!

2018 Color-Coded Progress
1 out of 9 books completed




1. A book with "blue" or any shade of blue (turquoise, aquamarine, navy, etc.) in the title.

2. A book with "red" or any shade of red (scarlet, crimson, burgundy, etc.) in the title.


3. A book with "yellow" or any shade of yellow (gold, lemon, maize, etc.) in the title.

4. A book with "green" or any shade of green (emerald, lime, jade, etc.) in the title.

5. A book with "brown" or any shade of brown (tan, chocolate, beige, etc.) in the title.

6. A book with "black" or any shade of black (jet, ebony, charcoal, etc.) in the title.

7. A book with "white" or any shade of white (ivory, eggshell, cream, etc.) in the title.

8. A book with any other color in the title (purpleorangesilverpinkmagenta, etc.) in the title.

9. A book with a word that implies color (rainbow, polka-dot, plaid, paisley, stripe, etc.) in the title.



2017 Color-Coded Results
1 out of 9 books completed




1. A book with "blue" or any shade of blue (turquoise, aquamarine, navy, etc.) in the title.

2. A book with "red" or any shade of red (scarlet, crimson, burgundy, etc.) in the title.

3. A book with "yellow" or any shade of yellow (gold, lemon, maize, etc.) in the title.

4. A book with "green" or any shade of green (emerald, lime, jade, etc.) in the title.

5. A book with "brown" or any shade of brown (tan, chocolate, beige, etc.) in the title.

6. A book with "black" or any shade of black (jet, ebony, charcoal, etc.) in the title.

7. A book with "white" or any shade of white (ivory, eggshell, cream, etc.) in the title.


8. A book with any other color in the title (purpleorangesilverpinkmagenta, etc.) in the title.

9. A book with a word that implies color (rainbow, polka-dot, plaid, paisley, stripe, etc.) in the title.



2015 Color-Coded Results
5 out of 9 books completed




1. A book with "blue" or any shade of blue (turquoise, aquamarine, navy, etc.) in the title.

2. A book with "red" or any shade of red (scarlet, crimson, burgundy, etc.) in the title.


3. A book with "yellow" or any shade of yellow (gold, lemon, maize, etc.) in the title.


4. A book with "green" or any shade of green (emerald, lime, jade, etc.) in the title.


5. A book with "brown" or any shade of brown (tan, chocolate, beige, etc.) in the title.

6. A book with "black" or any shade of black (jet, ebony, charcoal, etc.) in the title.


7. A book with "white" or any shade of white (ivory, eggshell, cream, etc.) in the title.

8. A book with any other color in the title (purple, orange, silver, pink, magenta, etc.) in the title.

9. A book with a word that implies color (rainbow, polka-dot, plaid, paisley, stripe, etc.) in the title.




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