Hello all my wonderful, fellow readers and friends.
If you follow my blog, you know that I have challenged myself this year to complete some challenges which require me to read outside my comfort zone. I am looking for recommendations/suggestions in various areas. If you are a writer, perhaps you have written something that would fit the bill. Here goes, looking for suggestions for: Continue reading “Suggestions Needed”
I have looked and looked at this challenge and never jumped on it because I was pretty sure I would never complete it. Well, maybe I need something to push me out of my comfort zone. I am going to give it a try and see how if I can complete it. My first task is to find out what RPG means. 😃
Call me crazy but I’m going to give it a go! 19/50 as of March 25
This challenge is now finished. I read 76/80 that I had hoped to complete. Overall, I am happy with that result.
This is a challenge that I just want to get some of those books off my tablet. It began on December 1st and runs until March 1st. I would love to try and get 80 of those books (ARC, provided by publicity tour, freebies from Amazon) off my tablet, to make room for new ones. Let’s see what i have read:
I am hoping to acheive the Ancient History Level which is to read 25 Historical Fiction Books. That is a lot for me, so I shall see how it goes.
I have already posted the page explaining this challenge here. This is the page where I will keep track of the books I read. I will update at the end of each month. Continue reading “2019 Audiobook Challenge Tracking”
This challenge was listed in a Goodreads group that Darinda at Nightcap Books. belongs to. The goal is to read books to make as many “bingos” as you want. I generated my bingo card here, using the directions provided in the group challenge. This challenge has 24 prompts (genres), and I hope to complete all of them. Below is the list of prompts. After each prompt I will add the book I read. I think this will be the hardest challenge for me as I tend to stick to the same genres. Hopefully this will help me to step out of my comfort zone.
I have been reading posts and emails from bloggers I follow and have decided on a few challenges for 2019. I will use books for multiple challenges, but will try to be original if I can. Each challenge will have its own page, but will all be linked to this master page. I will update them at the end of every month. The ones I plan on participating in are: Continue reading “2019 Challenges”
I found this one on Nightcap Books, a blog I enjoy following. The idea is to read books that have certain colors on their covers or in their titles. This challenge has 18 prompts, and I hope to complete all of them. Below is the list of prompts. After each prompt I will add the book I read.