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
Science and Islam was a book I’d added to my wishlist a while ago, that my brother gave me for Christmas, probably in 2016. It’s a non-fiction book, making it my fifth non-fiction book of 2017, and thereby keeping me
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
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.
I’m talking reading challenges, of course. There will be many other challenges ahead, including various editing projects, and writing flash fiction to the standard to which you have become accustomed. I’ll do my best! My first choice of formal reading