What A List! The Book Challenges I Plan To Participate In This Year

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Last year I was getting the hang of blogging again, so I tried not to make too many demands of myself in regards to my reading. I was just going to read as per usual.

This year, I’m changing things up a bit and setting some goals for myself for the fun of it. 🙂

I did some scouring around the internet the other day and found some really interesting ones. If I can swing it, I’ll be doing these:

2015 READING CHALLENGES

  1. 0 of 52. 52 Books in 52 Weeks by Robin of My Two Blessings.
  2. 0 of 24. New To You 2015 Reading Challenge by Herding Cats & Burning Soup.
  3. 0 of 20. Ethereal 2015 Reading Challenge by Riedel Fascination.
  4. 0 of 52. 2015 Graphic Novels & Manga Reading Challenge by Graphic Novel & Manga Challenge.
  5. 7 of 115. 2015 Good Reads Reading Challenge by GoodReads.
  6. 0 of 57. LGBT Challenge 2015 by Niji Feels.
  7. 0 of 4. Play On Reading Challenge by Half-Filled Attic.
  8. 0 of 105. 105 Reading Challenge 2015 by Read Write Love 28.
  9. 0 of ∞. 2015 Around the World Reading Challenge by All About Books. ***EDIT!*** I thought about it and realized I would never do this. For 1, I rarely read books that take place on Earth lol. For 2, it just seems like too much work, and with this many other challenges to do, I just don’t have the time for this.)
  10. 0 of 12. 2015 The Re-Read Reading Challenge by Belle of the Literati and So Obsessed With.
  11. 0 of 50. 2015 NetGalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge by Falling For YA.
  12. 0 of 1M pgs. Read One Million Pages by Smiling Shelves.
  13. 0 of 10. 2015 Books N’ Tunes Reading Challenge by Delighted Reader.
  14. 7 of 115. You Read How Many Books? by Book Dragon’s Lair.
  15. 0 of 12. Monthly Motif by Kim of Bookmark to Blog.
  16. 0 of 12. Monthly Keyword by Kim of Bookmark to Blog.
  17. 0 of 12. The Eclectic Reader by Book’d Out.

Anyone thinking of entering any of these? If so, let me know! 🙂 Link me to your post or blog so I can keep up with your progress! You can check back here to follow mine. I’ll be setting up links in the header with each challenge and the books or posts that correspond with them.

Let’s make this a crazy good reading year!

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Ethereal 2015 Reading Challenge

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Ethereal
2015 Feb 1 to 2016 Feb 1

hosted at Riedel Fascination
for more information and to sign up, click here

There are a bunch of different levels, but I think I’ll be able to manage the second level, Third Eye, and plan to review at least 11 – 20 books that fit the challenge. 🙂

From the challenge post:

I love spirits, extra-sensory abilities, animal communication, healing, the afterlife. My favourite ambiences are haunted houses, witches, and gothic mystery! When I sought reading challenges along these lines; all I saw were vampire-type themes in very young crowds. I am providing a forum for any mystical subject! Readers over 30 needn’t feel out of place and topics that were drowned out, have our attention. Share your literature from February 1, no matter when you join: in any format, publication year, length, age group. Anything you consider Ethereal belongs here.

~ Spiritual, mystical, paranormal: non-fiction, fictional, religious.
~ Serious studies: dreams, near-death experiences, miracles, astrology.
~ Novels with clergy: Sister Carol Anne O’Marie, Caroline Roe, Margaret Frazer.
~ Books with animals talking / doing more than what society credits them.
~ Fantasy is certainly otherworldly, as well as witches and fairies.

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~Books Read ~

  1. When Ryan Came Back by Devon McCormack