Thursday, 30 April 2015

2015 Reading Challenge!!

Hi Lovelies,

So it is now t-minus 6 days to my freedom (last exam of university - hopefully!) and I am so busy I just want to curl up in a ball and cry! So I wanted to do a quick post to cheer myself up. I've decided to do a bit of a reading challenge after Raeleen from Padfoot and Prongs mentioned it in a recent video. I have adapted the Reading Challenge that Raeleen created by taking and adding questions and adding conditions to some. Also, I have added books that I had already read so far this year! I will be attaching this to the bar up at the top and keeping it updated (link) so keep an eye out! Also, if I have a review of any of the books I mention they will be linked!

yes, this is one of my bookshelves!

Challenges Complete: 10/35




A Book With Over 500 Pages

A Classic 

A Book that Became a Movie

S.J. Watson/Before I go to Sleep 

A Book Published This Year

A Book With A Number in the Title

Hilary Mandel/Station Eleven (read it NOW!)

A Book Written by Someone Under 30

Alexandra Bracken/The Darkest Minds (age 28 FYI, and this awesome, READ!)

A Book With Non-Human Characters

Matt Haig/The Humans (ironically!) 

A Book by a Female Author (I haven't already read a book by)

A Book of Short Stories

A Book Set in a Different Country (excluding the U.S. and Canada)

A Book Written By an Author You Love That You Haven’t Read Yet

A Pulitzer Prize-Winning Book

A Book Based on A True Story

A Book My Mum Loves

A Hugo Award-Winning Book

A Book More Than 100 Years Old

A Book You Can Finish In a Day (Not a graphic novel)

E. Lockhart/We Were Liars 

A Middle-Grade Book

A Book Set Somewhere You’ve Always Wanted to Visit

A Book That Came Out the Year You Were Born

A Fantasy Book

A Book From Your Childhood

A Non-Fiction Book That Is Not Autobiographical

Sali Hughes/Pretty Honest (highly recommend!)

A Book Set in the Future

A Book With a Colour in the Title

Marissa Meyers/Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles 2)

A Book That (nearly) Made You Cry

A Book Written By a Person of Colour

A Book With Magic

V.E. Schwab/A Darker Shade of Magic

A Historical Fiction Book That I Enjoyed

A Book By an Author You’ve Never Read Before

A Lambda Award-Winning Book

A Book That Takes Place in Your Hometown

A Book That Was Originally Written In A Different Language

A Book Written By An Author With Your Same Initials (CC)

4 comments:

  1. Such a great idea! I'm terrible when it comes to reading so it's probably a little out of my reach but maybe one day when I'm back into it!

    Lorna | www.studsanddreams.com xx

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    1. The great thing is you can have it any size you like, that's how I felt when I seen one with 50 but if you wanted to expand your reading you could do one with 10, or 12 (one book a month!) having a goal really helped me expand my reading last year, I was reading a few books a year in 2013 and last year I read 54! :) xx

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  2. Love this idea, I'm going to pinch it!

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    1. Excellent, pinch away and link back ;)

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