I have finally figured out which challenges I am going to participate in this year. Here is the round up of all of them with links to my sign up post. My plan is to do update posts every two months, but we all know what happens with best laid plans. Continue reading “2020 Challenges”
2019 was the first year I participated in the Popsugar Challenge. I had planned to complete 25/50 prompts. I completed 33, so was quite pleased with my results. My goal this year is to complete 40/50. I am going to try to complete some of the more difficult ones first so that I will have a better chance at completing them. 7/40 Continue reading “2020 Popsugar Challenge”
Fictionophile is one of my favourite bloggers and I love visiting her site. This year she is hosting a Fiction challenge. You can visit her post here. Continue reading “Bookbloggers Fiction Reading Challenge for 2020 – #FFRC2020”
Welcome to the Third Annual While I Was Reading Challenge hosted by Ramona Mead.
I have a good start so far, 3/12 read, most of the others picked out.
The aim of the Nonfiction Reader Challenge is to encourage you to make nonfiction part of your reading experience during the year.
Join in: The challenge will run from January 1st to December 31st 2020. Participants may join at any time up until December 1st 2020. Visit Book’d Out for details. Continue reading “2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge!”
This challenge is focused on finally finishing those series that you’ve started but not yet completed. It was previously hosted by Bea’s Book Nook, but has been hosting by Celebrity Readers since 2018. Visit their site to join in, check out the guidelines and see who else is participating. Continue reading “2020 FINISHING THE SERIES READING CHALLENGE”
I love reading Christmas stories, so this challenge is right up my alley. The challenge begins Tuesday October 1, 2019 running through until December 31, 2019.
I chose 20 Christmas stories, some that were new and some that I have had on my TBR for years. I read way more than 20 Christmas stories, but really wanted to read the 20 on this list. Well, I didn’t make it. I was able to read and review 16/20 so, I guess that was not too bad.
I am not a person who keeps a lot of stats about my reading. I am also not someone who can remember what books I loved the most to recommend my top ten. I would post and then ten minutes later change it, then change it again and again. I think you get the picture. What I keep track of are my challenges. Here is the lowdown on the challenges I participated in with links to the final updates on each. I know there are still 4 days left in 2019, but I don’t think anything will change that much. Here goes: Continue reading “2019 Reading Round Up”
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 switched to the Prehistoric Level partway through the year and surpassed that goal as well. I am quite happy with how I did. I definitely upped my game in this genre.