It’s Friday once again and that means it’s time for Connect Five Friday, hosted at Book Date by Kathryn – the meme where we share five book/reading things that connect in some way.
As we near the end of 2021, and my reading challenges for this year are almost or are complete, I am already thinking ahead and planning for, the reading challenges for 2021.
Now that I am able to read so much more, I find that participating in these challenges has expanded what I read. I have discovered new authors, read books I normally would not have read and enjoyed the search to find books to meet the categories. It has definitely made reading a more enjoyable pursuit.
Here are 5 challenges I am definitely going to participate in, with links to their guidelines.
Popsugar Reading Challenge, through Goodreads. I have done this challenge for several years and have enjoyed the variety of categories. Some are more challenging than others. I have 2 books left to meet this year’s challenge.
52 Books in 52 Weeks. Again, I have done this one for several years and find the categories interesting. I have 4 left to finish this challenge,
Beyond the Bookends. Each month there is a theme to challenge us.
While I was Reading, at Ramona Mead. 12 challenges offer a good range of reading enjoyment.
There are so many more reading challenges to participate. For a huge list, with links, check at Girl XOXO for more info.
There is overlap at times with these challenges, and I often look for ways one book can meet criteria from several challenges.
Are you planning to participate in any reading challenges in 2021?
Kathryn is taking a two-week hiatus from Connect 5 – I will as well.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone!