#amonthoffaves2016 – Reading challenges


A Month of Faves is hosted by AndiTanya and Tamara

Challenges {The Year End Updates on Reading Challenges, Personal Goals, Resolutions}– how did you do? Are you going to do more challenges next year?
Ah challenges. You gotta love them (and also detest them).
Ok so if you want to go a little bonkers, go check out Tanya’s amazing list of reading challenges. Go ahead. You know you want to.
(Right? Amazing! Bonkers yet? Ok, let’s continue).
Every year around this time, perhaps its the Christmas lights or the fumes of alcohol in the air, but every December I am enticed, I am tempted, I am seduced by the very many reading challenges that leap forth. I want them, I want them all. Ok perhaps not all, as there are usually quite a few YA/ARC related ones, which I definitely can skip. And not to forget all those other ones that pop up along the year, like Once Upon a Time, Readers Imbibing in Peril (RIP) and Nonfiction November, which I do try to take part in.
But let’s get back to the important questions there right at the top. How did I do this year? Not very well. Let’s just leave it at that. It’s going to be a new year soon, so let’s leave 2016 behind!
As for what I plan to do next year?
The Goodreads reading challenge
Over at Litsy, there are a couple of challenges running, the A to Z challenge and the Litsy reading challenge (which has its own Goodreads group). I also have my eye on Bookriot’s Read Harder challenge as I am intrigued and possibly frustrated by some of the topics (micro press???).


  1. I am so bad at reading challenges, but I do get tempted by them… If they make me read broader and such, that works for me! I used to a lot more in my early day of blogging. Now I think about them, but don’t do them. lol


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