As usual, I give you a round-up of the trials and tribulation for my reading challenges, and tell you which ones I’m doing for the coming year. Lessons learned from Reading Challenges in 2020 Don’t take on hefty reading challenges
This second Book Review Binge is to catch up with books I read in December, attempting to reach the summit of my Mount TBR Challenge for the year. I selected them from my Kindle on the basis they looked short,
Spacetimereads usually gets first billing in my Reading Challenge updates since I host that. I hope everyone who signed up for it is getting on well. I meant to take a spin round you at the end of June, but
I love a Reading Challenge or two. It appeals to my sense of order. Apart from the happiness of finishing a book, I love to punctuate it by including it in a challenge list. I know many people think this
Three-quarters through the year, and I’m so busy I forgot to do my reading challenge update. Many thanks to Cheryl Mahoney for reminding me. I know I’m not doing nearly as well as her. Three-quarters assessment in a nutshell Goodreads
My Reading Challenge list should be halfway through its targets, since it’s halfway through the year. Let’s find out if we’re on track. Goodreads Reading Challenge Target: 52 for the year, read 34. 8 ahead of schedule. This is where
My reading challenges are already one quarter of the way through. Three months has flown by, but I have read a lot of books: Goodreads tells me it’s now 16 and I’m five ahead of schedule. I’m not sure how
My 2018 Reading Challenge time is into its second week already, and I have nearly read one book. As with previous years, I have updated all my challenges on this main page, and then there are pages for each reading challenge.
Oh yes…. I haven’t yet completed the Reading Challenges for 2017, and already I’m thinking of the strategy for 2018. I’m finding more reading challenges around than ever, thanks in part to My Readers Block, who both runs challenges (the
Halfway through the Reading Challenges for the year already. Time for the second of four that I hope to do this year – since I remembered to do one at the end of March. Click the progress links to see
To Be Read was not a concept I knew about before I started blogging. Or maybe it was before I started writing seriously – if you can call what I do ‘serious writing’. I bought books, I put them on
Reading challenges must be reported on. Some challenges suggest you post an update monthly, others don’t really worry about it, although it’s nice to do a round-up post at the year end and add it to the challenge owners’ summary.
Firstly, the Midwinter’s Eve Giveaway Hop closes tonight, so click the link on the right and get your entry in. Secondly, I have books on sale tomorrow as part of the New Year, New Reads promotion day for all those
Asteroid Day is a global movement to increase knowledge and awareness of asteroids, and everything I know about it comes from the European Space Agency website. There is detail here from the press announcement in February, and loads of activities are
Among the many challenges this year I included the BookShelf Gargoyle’s Oddity Odyssey, I signed up for the award of common or garden weirdie with a target of six books, with no particular concerns for which of the categories Bruce Gargoyle