Current Challenges


Hello, 2016! With the start of a new year, it’s the start of new Reading Challenges. Last year I attempted three, and managed to finish two of them. This year, I’m just going to attempt two – both repeats from last year – because they seem the easiest to accomplish. So here’s the list of challenges I will be attempting in 2016!

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Challenge Name: Goodreads Reading Challenge
Host: Goodreads
Link: HERE
Goal: 45 books

Challenge Name: TBR Pile Reading Challenge
Host: Bookish Lifestyle
Link: HERE
Goal: First Kiss (21-30 books)

List of Titles Read Toward Challenge:

Coming soon!

This year I really want to focus on the books I already own, which is why the only goal-specific challenge I’m doing is the TBR Challenge. I do the Goodreads challenge every year, but have upped my total from last year by five books. Considering that I went through several periods in 2015 where I didn’t read for weeks at a time, I figure I should be able to accomplish reading 45 books in 2016!

So what challenges did you sign up for this year? Please feel free to tell me in the comments!

And Happy Reading! ♥


8 Responses to Current Challenges

  1. melissaseclecticbookshelf says:

    Welcome to the 2013 Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge!!

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf

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  4. Thanks for signing up for the Fairy Tales Retold challenge! I hope you have fun!

  5. Chris Donner says:

    I’ve joined TBR, too. Here’s mine:
    I’m following you now so I can keep an eye on your progress. Have fun!

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