This reading challenge is hosted by My Reader’s Block and, for me, this involves reading 9 books throughout the year that have different colours (or their equivalent) in their title ((1) Blue, (2) Red, (3) Yellow, (4) Green, (5) Brown, (6) Black, (7) White, (8) any other colour and (9) a word that implies colour). The challenge itself allows for the presence of colour on either the book cover or in the title, but I decided to make this challenge more difficult and to go for books that have colour only in their title. On this page, I keep track of my progress.
I. YELLOW: The Yellow Wallpaper  by Charlotte Perkins Gilman – ★★★★
II. GREEN: Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café  by Fannie Flagg – ★★★★
III. BROWN: The Man in the Brown Suit  by Agatha Christie – ★★★★
IV. ANY OTHER COLOUR: Bitter Orange  by Claire Fuller – ★★★1/2
V. A WORD THAT IMPLIES COLOUR: His Bloody Project  by Graeme Macrae Burnet – ★★★1/2
VI. BLACK: Black Sugar  by Miguel Bonnefoy – ★★1/2