First of all: HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017! I hope you all are doing great 🙂
A month ago or so I asked if you would be interested in a book reading challenge created by me. Since I got an answer (which impressed me, to be honest), I thought “why not”? and created one as basic as possible. Which means: digital and print readers won’t have a hard time to find books (at least I hope so).
So here’s a challenge sheet for you guys to print out! I will also tell you which books I chose for this challenge (I hope not to cross any or too many from the Popsugar Reading Challenge but let’s see). Similar challenges to other book challenges are not on purpose and totally unintentional.
It is not the longest list since I want as many people as possible to participate. I have a feeling that the more challenges are on a list, the less people participate because they don’t think they can complete as many books as challenges. And since reading is supposed to be fun and not stressful, I tried to make a less stressful and more fun list. 🙂
(Which doesn’t mean that I can not have 1.000 reading challenge lists. I just don’t recommend it. Too much stress.)
- Read a book that is getting a movie this year: Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
- Read the first book on your TBR list:Pirate Wars by Kai Meyer
- Read a book with an illustration on its cover: Pirate Wars by Kai Meyer
- Finish a book series: Pirate Curse, Pirate Emperor and Pirate Wars by Kai Meyer
- Read a book on your TBR list you want to read the least: A Dangerous Fortune by Ken Follett
- Read a book on your TBR list you want to read the most: Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
- Start the first book of a book series:Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
- Read a book that is famous for its movie: A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
- Read a non-fiction book published within the last 20 years: The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson
- Read a book where you think that it might make you think about its content: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey
- Read a book with a page count over 400: Dead Zone by Stephen King
- Read a book by an author that is listed the most on your TBR shelf: Dead Zone by Stephen King
- Read a book of your second most favorite genre: Paranormalcy by Kirsten White. (Paranormal/Thriller/Horror thingy)
- Read a book with the color green on the cover: Die Pan-Trilogie, Band 1: Das geheime Vermächtnis des Pan by Sandra Regnier
I’m gonna do my challenge no matter what and maybe I inspired some of you to do the same challenge. If so, let me know in the comments! Or have you created a reading challenge on your own?