You can click on the link above to get more details. The main rule is that pretty much anything nonfiction qualifies. The challenge runs from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. Cross overs with other challenges is fine too.
For this challenge, since I have managed to upgrade, I will just go all in for it and commit to the high level.
As I always do, I will add books to my list as I read them. I will link the reviews here as soon as I post them.
List of books read for this challenge:
- Jane Lyle, The Illustrated Guide to Tarot.
- Lewis Black, Me of Little Faith (Audiobook edition).
- Elizabeth Warren, A Fighting Chance (Audiobook edition).
- Paul Barrett, Glock: The Rise of America's Gun.
- Don Brown, Drowned City.
- Jen Campbell, The Bookshop Book.
- Ted Rall, Bernie.
- John Leguizamo, Ghetto Klown.
- Margie Lapanja, Food Men Love.
- Sarah Bowen, Divided Spirits: Tequila, Mezcal, and the Politics of Production.
- Julio Patán, Cocteles con historia: guía definitiva para el borracho ilustrado.
- Jim Berg and Tim Nyberg, The Jumbo Duct Tape Book.
- Christopher Hansard, The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking.
- Daniel Lipkowitz, LEGO Star Wars in 100 Scenes.
- Josh Mack, The Hobo Handbook.
- Bathroom Readers' Institute, Uncle John's Factastic Bathroom Reader.
- Staci Mendoza and David Bourne, Reading and Understanding the Mysteries of Tarot.
- Josephine Ellershaw, Easy Tarot Handbook.
- Isabella Alston and Kathryn Dixon, Tarot Cards.
- Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill, Black Mass.
- Jessa Crispin, The Creative Tarot.
- Jeff Jensen, Green River Killer.
Update Note: I complete this challenge with book # 16 on the list above. Challenge completed May 23, 2016. I will keep adding books to the list to make it to 20 and possibly past that, but the challenge is officially complete at the highest level offered.