2016 Reading Challenges Update

March 3, 2016 Reading Challenge 0

Reading challenges aren’t exactly easy, especially when you’re just happy you found some time to sit down and read.  I like participating because a lot of challenges force me outside of my comfort zone and I feel like I end up reading more books that I may have just skipped over otherwise.  Since I’m doing 5 different reading challenges, I’m just going to go with 1 quarterly update for all challenges.

I’ve read at least 1 book for every challenge so far, which is amazing news.  I didn’t do a great job with last year’s challenges, so I’m determined to fix that this year.  If a book is linked, it’ll take you to my review.  If there isn’t a link, I haven’t posted my review yet. 🙂  This is how I’m doing so far this year:

2016 Debut Author Challenge – Goal:  12

  • Underwater by Marisa Reichardt

1 total – Well at least it’s not still 0.

2016 TBR Pile Reading Challenge – Goal:  21-30

  • A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston
  • Blood Lust by Zoe Winters  (Preternaturals #1)
  • Kill Without Mercy by Alexandra Ivy  (ARES Security #1)
  • Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry  (Thunder Road #1)
  • Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout  (Lux #1.5)
  • On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves  (On the Island #1)
  • Save My Soul by Zoe Winters  (Preternaturals #2)
  • The Catalyst by Zoe Winters  (Preternaturals #3)
  • Vicious by V.E. Schwab  (Vicious #1)

9 total – I think I’m doing a pretty good job here, especially compared to last year.

2016 Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge – Goal:  11-15

7 total – I’m doing an amazing job here and actually expect to be “done” by the next update.

2016 I Love Libraries Reading Challenge – Goal:  24

  • A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston
  • Slasher Girls & Monster Boys edited by April Genevieve
  • Underwater by Marisa Reichardt
  • Vicious by V.E. Schwab

4 total – I’m not doing a great job, but it really could be worse.

2016 Women Challenge – Goal:  20+

14 total – This is another one that I think I’ll have completed by the next update.

As far as I’m concerned for this year’s reading challenges, so far so good.

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