This is Modern Mrs. Darcy's ninth year of reading challenges. Yes, nine! MMD helps readers "choose amazing books" through their blog and podcast. This challenge includes a checklist with ten different goals for your 2019 reading.
Personally, the prompts provided on the Bookish 2019 reading challenge list are my favorite. There are a few that scare me (a book over 1000 pages, a book with a cover you kind of hate, and a book you're embarrassed you haven't read...) but overall this list would probably get me the furthest outside my typical reading comfort zone.
The checklist isn't a fancy printable graphic but nonetheless the blog post is easily readable and the prompts are not overly obscure.
By far the most unique type of challenge, Becky asks readers to read a minimum of three books in 2019 that relate to family members.
For option A, you will choose a family member to represent and then read a book that is set in the state they call home. You'll do this for at least three family members.
For option B, you will choose one family member. You will then read books relating to that family members life. Example: your family member's birth year is 1925 so you may choose to read a book from the year they turned 10 years old (1935), the year they turned 21 (1946), and the year they were married (1949).
Read as many as you like, but remember the challenge is to read at least three!