Reading Challenges

This page is for me to update my progress on all the reading challenges I’m participating in each year. I am not currently hosting any challenges myself.

Previous Reading Challenges

For my 2012 Reading Challenges, go here .
For my 2013 Reading Challenges, go here .
For my 2014 Reading Challenges, go here .
For my 2015 Reading Challenges, go here .
For my 2016 Reading Challenges, go here.
For my 2017 Reading Challenges, go here.
For my 2018 Reading Challenges, go here.
For my 2019 Reading Challenges, go here.

 

2020 Reading Challenges

 

Goodreads Challenge

Hosted by: Goodreads
My goal: 100 books
Challenge Progress: 4/100 books

(Note: I’m counting my DNFs and DNF FOR NOWs, even though Goodreads doesn’t. IDGAF.)
Pages Read (So Far): 1,313
(Note: I’m counting all the books I read for these pages. Yes, even audiobooks and even graphic novels/manga. As stated above, IDGAF.) 

Books Read

1. The Silent Land by Graham Joyce – Pages Read: 262 – Date Finished: 1/9/20
2. American Gods by Neil Gaiman (AUDIOBOOK) – Pages Read: 522 – Date Finished: 1/10/20
3. Attack on Titan, Vol. 29 by Hajime Isayama – Pages Read: 192 – Date Finished: 1/10/20
4. The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware (AUDIOBOOK) – Pages Read: 337 – Date Finished: 1/15/20

20 LGBTQ+ Books in 2020

Hosted by: Enthralled Bookworm
My goal: All 20 books
Challenge Progress: 0/20 books

I might be using the Bingo card that was also an option for this challenge, but I might just simply count the LGBTQ+ books I read in 2020.

Books Read

 

Mount TBR Reading Challenge

Hosted By: My Reader’s Block
My Goal: Mount Blanc (24 books from my TBR pile)
Challenge Progress: 2/24 books

Books Read

1. The Silent Land by Graham Joyce – Acquired in 2015
2. American Gods by Neil Gaiman – Acquired in 2019

2020 Read Harder Challenge

Hosted By: Book Riot
My Goal: 12 of 24 Tasks
Challenge Progress: 2/12 Tasks

Books Read

 1. Read a book about a natural disaster: The Silent Land by Graham Joyce (about a couple who get caught in an avalanche)
2. Read a book that takes place in a rural setting: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware (takes place at a house in the middle of nowhere in Scotland)