This weekend I’m taking part in Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon, which runs from 8 am EST / 1 pm GMT on Saturday 25th April to the same time on Sunday 26th April. The idea is to read as much as you can for those 24 hours and any forms of book count, including eBooks, audiobooks and reading to your children.
Category: Reading Challenges
I’m so addicted to reading challenges, even though I don’t always complete them. I decided to keep a list of all the challenges I’ve signed up for this year in one post, for easier tracking. The books I plan to read to complete all these challenges can be found on my Goodreads 2019 TBR list. […]
This challenge is hosted by Cheryl, Gina and Bev from Reading Challenge Addict. It’s all about how many reading challenges you can complete. There are four levels: Easy as Pie (1-5 challenges), On the Roof (6-10 challenges), In Flight (11-15 challenges) and Out of This World (16+ challenges). There will be mini-challenges, updates & extra giveaways […]
This reading challenge is hosted by Curiosity Killed the Bookworm. You can choose to do a line, try to do as much as possible in your preferred genre, attack it randomly or go for the full house. Science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative and magical realism genres all count. The sign-up link is here and you can […]
The 2018 Young Adult Reading Challenge hosted by Whole Latte Ideas is all about reading books from the young adult genre. This is perfect for me as I really enjoy reading YA sci-fi and fantasy novels. Anyone can participate, whether you happen to be a ‘young adult’ or not! You can set any goal for this […]
The aim of this reading challenge hosted by Mia Sutton is to read a book each month of the year that corresponds to a different colour. The full details can be found here and the first link-up will be on January 31st. Target: 12 books corresponding to each of the colours. Progress: 0/12 (0%) Last updated: 06/01/2018 […]
This reading challenged is focused on finishing those series that you’ve started but not yet completed. Here is the link up post. The series can be already completed by the author or still being written. For ongoing series, the goal is to catch-up to the most recent book published. You must have started reading the […]