We’re more than halfway through August, which means it’s time for the September reading prompts for the TBR Tackle Challenge!
If you aren’t familiar with the TBR Tackle Challenge, it’s a reading challenge that I co-host with from.TBR.to.READ, theartsy_bookworm88, and hplreads. The goal of the challenge is to read the books that you already own and to “tackle your TBR.” Every month we post five prompts to help you decide what books to read from your TBR. You can find out more information on Instagram, and if you have any questions, please let me know!
Here are the September prompts!
I had to google Literary Fiction to figure out the best way to describe it for this prompt. Literary Fiction is character-driven and what happens in the story impacts the characters. Wikipedia also says that Literary Fiction are books that don’t necessarily fit into other genre fiction categories like romance, science fiction, thriller, etc.
Set At a Workplace
Labour Day is on September 5 this year, and to celebrate, we want you to read a book that takes place at a workplace. The entire book doesn’t have to take place at a workplace, but at least some of the book should take place at a workplace.
Set At a School
In Canada, September means back to school. To celebrate this, read a book that takes place at a school. Similar to the set at a workplace prompt, the entire book doesn’t have to take place at school, but at least some of the book should take place at school.
According to some sources, National Comic Book Day is on September 25th and to celebrate this, reach for a graphic novel. Graphic novels are a great medium for storytelling and they can be any genre or for any age group.
Finally, in September, we want you to reach for a book that features an older protagonist. You can define older however you’d like, and we’re looking forward to seeing what you pick for this prompt.
If you have any questions about any of the prompts, let me know! Happy TBR Tackling!