Hello my little munchkins. I promised myself that I would do ONLY one post per day but here I am going on my fourth even though I should be saving these blog posts so I can spread them out throughout the month. But, hey I just can’t seem to stop myself from sharing all of these posts because I want you to read them all. Anyways why don’t we just head into this post already.
So I am going to be honest here and say that I have never acutely done any challenges like this to my recollection. However, I hope that I will enjoy all of them and do more in the future. So why don’t I tell you the challenges that I am hoping to participate in this year.
The Book Blog Discussion Challenge.
You can sign up HERE.
Hosted by Feed Your Fiction Addiction
I plan on doing on doing Gift of the Gab: 41+ discussion posts. Yes, I don know that this is insane especially for someone who is just starting out the challenge but hey, I am a overachiever so let’s try this.
Writing Review Challenge
Hosted by Delighted Reader
I plan to write 100 reviews according to the 100 books I am trying to read this year so technically I am already 7 in.
Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge.
Bookish 2018 Reading Challenge.
Hosted by Bookish
The rules are to try and do all of the following that I will list below and to use the #KillYourTBR on all social media platforms.
The following are the prompts for the 52 weeks of this year:
1. A book whose title uses alliteration
3. A book you regret not reading last year
4. A book with the moon or stars on the cover
5. The first book in a series
7. A book published the year you were born
8. A book featuring a character with a disability
9. A book you picked up based on the title
10. A book recommended by a librarian
11. A book won in a BookishFirst raffle
12. A book told through letters
13. A book from an independent publisher
15. A book with a five-word title
17. An #ownvoices book
18. A book whose cover features nature
19. A book written by an immigrant
20. A book you’ve lied about reading
21. A book that has fewer than 200 pages
22. A book whose title begins with K, Q, J, X, or Z
23. A book given to you by a friend
26. A graphic memoir
27. A book that addresses mental illness
29. A book with a one-word title
30. A book by an author from your state
31. A book whose cover is your favorite color
32. A collection of short stories from a genre you are unfamiliar with
33. An author’s debut book
34. A book with a pun in the title
35. A book with a biracial main character
36. A book by an author who uses a pen name
37. A book with an LGBTQ character on the cover
38. A book inspired by Asian mythology or folklore
39. A book with a number in the title
40. A book by a South American author
41. A book whose cover uses three or fewer colors
42. A book that explores the concept of beauty
43. A book about intersectional feminism
44. A book that has more than 500 pages
45. A book with an animal on the cover
46. A book with a character’s name in the title
47. A book set in a country you’ve never been to
48. A novel inspired by true events
49. A book written by a Native American author
50. A book with a character of color on the cover
51. A book that has been banned in your state
52. A book whose title includes an ampersand
I may not be able to do all of the prompts but I am going to try my hardest to.
What are your 2018 reading challenges?