Start the year off with some Reading Challenges!!

Here we are at the beginning of 2020 and I’ve already jumped in to planning for a few Reading Challenges for this year! Yay! It’s always a lot of fun, first of all, choosing which Challenges I’ll attempt, and second, searching for the books to use for each prompt!

So without further ado, here are the Challenges I’ll be working on this year:

The Popsugar Reading Challenge has sort of become the annual one that I always do. There’s always really interesting prompts which spurs me on to find interesting books to read. There are two categories from which to choose, the General section and the Advanced section. The General consists of forty unique prompts, and the Advanced has ten additional prompts all around the number twenty! Very fun! Here’s the link to check out this Reading Challenge.

 

I’ve been following the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog (written by Anne Bogel) for a few years and have decided to try the Reading Challenge this year! I love that this Challenge is simple and focuses on quality books over quantity. Not sure if I’ll attempt this one alongside the other Challenges, but will keep you posted! Please click here for more info on this Challenge.

 

Over on Instagram I’m also participating in the #ClassicsCommunity 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month there’s one classic to read, and then I’ll post about it and use the hashtag to share my thoughts about it. Not sure, yet, whether I’ll be able to participate in it each month…it’ll depend on whether I can find the books! My public library has about half of them, so I’ll be thrifting the others if/when I find them!

Another Instagram Challenge that I’ll try is the #NativeLiteratureChallenge2020. This one is new to me and I’m excited to find books to fit these prompts!

So, I think that’s enough to be getting on with this year. I’ve got some variety in there and am thrilled to be continuing my reading journey as I discover all sorts of books and authors!

Will you be participating in any Reading Challenges this year? If so, please share below!

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