Summer reading challenge
What is it?
It’s a terrific reading challenge from Cathy over at 746Books which asks you to read 20 books from 1st June to 1st September and post your reviews as you read. I’ll post my reviews on here and link the title below to it.
“Another challenge!” you say “No, I can’t take the stress😱.”
Don’t worry you’ll find it the most relaxed of challenges. There’s even a 15 or 10 books alternative. You can find out everything you need to know over on Cathy’s blog.
I’m a bit behind getting my list together and to be honest I’ve had difficulty whittling it down! So it’s a longer list than necessary but I’ll just keep them and see how I feel and pick books as the mood takes me.
Still I’ve included some books that will be read as I’ve accepted invites and a few NetGalley books which I’d like to get to but many are just from my TBR pile which is great. Well here goes!
*In order to read this I need to catch up with three others in this series, so they’ll be read. This won’t be difficult as I love this series and can’t believe I’ve let it get away from me like this.
11 – 20
21 – 31
Although I have put them into three sections there is no particular order to reading these books. There’s lots of crime in my list, no surprise there! Still there’s one or two from other genres to mix it up a little. Indeed if I find I’m in the mood for something entirely different there’s plenty on my TBR pile to swap something entirely different into my reading. This is a really easygoing challenge, just as well!
It looks like I’m committing to 20 books this summer but I’ll see how it goes Cathy’s challenge is such an easy going one – you can change your list, read the full 20, read 15 or simply read 10 – and that’s why I like it. It’s a challenge with no pressure you can start by thinking you’ll read 20 books but then you realise it’s only going to be 10 – and that’s just fine.
Are you joining in this year? What are you reading? Feel free to pop comments in below and happy reading to everyone!
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