2016 Challenge Updates
Challenge Updates have actually been a problem for me in the past, and that’s part of the reason why I have created a single page that updates automatically for all my new challenges.
I have challenged myself to read 100 new releases in 2016, as I read over 100 in 2015. Here’s a list of the books that count towards the 2016 New Release Challenge:
For the 2016 Audiobook Challenge, my goal is to listen to 12 audiobooks, which amounts to one audiobook per month. Here’s a list of the books I have listened to that count towards the challenge:
The Dystopia Challenge is one of those I just had to participate in so that I could get some credit for reading the dystopia novels I so love! My goal for 2016 is 20 books. Here’s a list of books that count towards the 2016 Dystopia Challenge:
The 2016 Reading Assignment Challenge is the one that will probably be the most challenging for me! I failed miserably in 2015, but I won’t give up! My goal is to read 36 books for this challenge, and here is the list of books I have read that count for this challenge:
The 2016 Blogger Shame Challenge is another one I might have a bit of trouble with. The goal for me is to read 20 ARCs that I have had on my TBR list for over six months. Here’s a list of books I have read that count for this challenge:
I really enjoy reading diverse books, and the LGBTQIA is definitely a part of that diversity. My goal is to read 25 books in which at least one of the important characters is LGBTQIA. Here’s a lit of books I have read fo this challenge:
COYER Summer challenge 2016 – and here we go again!! My sign-up post is here if you want to see more about my goals and all. Here are links to all my Summer Coyer 2016 reads:
COYER Winter challenge, 2015-2016. This is one of my favorite challenges, as it’s a great way to make sure I read those free or cheap books I keep collecting on my kindle and other reading devices. As I have a new job, and I know I’ll be party busy both with exams and uni as well, I have set a low goal this time around, and I hope I’ll be able to read at least 20 books.