Reading Challenges

January 31, 2023

Reading Challenges


Here are the reading challenges that I am taking part in this year. I’ll update these graphics at the end of each month.

PopSugar is a challenge I tried last year, but did not complete. So I’m trying again this year! There are forty regular prompts and ten advanced ones, and each year the list has a theme. This year is a throwback year, so there are prompts such as a book from the year you were born and a book you read more than ten years ago. A book with a rabbit on the cover had me scratching my head until I realized that it’s the year of the rabbit. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Next up is the 52 Book Club’s 52 Books in 52 Weeks. Obviously I’m reading at a pace a little bit faster than a book a week.

Kats Booknerds is doing a fun challenge this year, with a Friends theme. There is a yearly challenge as well as monthly mini challenges.

Buzzwordathon is another one-book-a-month challenge, looking for a different element in the book title each month. I’m really liking these “easy” ones. ๐Ÿ™‚

And how adorable is this graphic for the Read Around the World challenge? One book from each region of the world, created by the same person who brought us Kats Booknerds.

And of course there is a one for Read Across the USA as well!

I’m doing an alphabet challenge as well, using book titles. Next year I might mix things up and try to do it by author name.

And this is the challenge that I’ve been looking forward to the most – Jae’s Sapphic Book Bingo!

Let me know if you are participating in any of these challenges. And if you’d like to try one out, it’s not too late to start! I can give you more info if you’d like. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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