2018 Reading Challenges

Posted by Jessi (Geo) on 3 January, 2018 | 8 Comments



2018 Goodreads Challenge

 

2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jessi (Novel Heartbeat) has read 1 book toward her goal of 25 books.
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2018 Popsugar reading challenge

See the challenge on Popsugar’s website here!

Goal:

10 from the regular categories, 1 from the advanced category

Books read: Regular

  1. A book that involves a bookstore or library (Strange the Dreamer)
  2. A book with an LGBTQ+ protag (Heart of Iron)
  3. A book set at sea (To Kill a Kingdom)
  4. A book by a local author (Onyx & Ivory – Mindee is near Dayton!)
  5. A book by an author of a different ethnicity than you
  6. A book by two authors (Obsidio)
  7. A book with your favorite color in the title (Red Rising)
  8. A book with an alliteration in the title (The Upside of Unrequited)
  9. A book with a weather element in the title (Sky in the Deep)
  10. A book set on a different planet (Contagion)
  11. A book published in 2018 (Iron Gold)
  12. A past Goodreads Choice Award winner (Morning Star)
  13. A book you meant to read in 2017 but didn’t get to (Before She Ignites)

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2018 Reading Bingo Challenge

This challenge is one I created, you can see the original post here!

Goal:

At least 3 bingos

Books read:

  1. B1 – Listen to an audiobook (Strange the Dreamer)
  2. B3 – Read a dystopian (Morning Star)
  3. B5 – A book with more than 600 pages (Iron Gold)
  4. I1 – An author’s sophomore book (Golden Son)
  5. I2 – A book with an animal sidekick (Endsinger)
  6. I3 – A book that made you cry (LIFEL1K3)
  7. I5 – A book with a cat (Kinslayer)
  8. N1 – A book with red on the cover (Red Rising)
  9. N2 – An author you’ve never read (Mary Ting)
  10. N4 – A book with a sword or dagger on the cover (Onyx & Ivory)
  11. G1 – Re-read an old favorite (Stormdancer)
  12. G2 – A book with a one word title (Mirage)
  13. G4 – A book with a male protag (Heart of Iron)
  14. O1 – Read an anthology (A Thousand Endings & Beginnings)
  15. O3 – A book from a debut author (To Kill a Kingdom)
  16. O4 – A book from a genre that’s outside your comfort zone (Upside of Unrequited)
  17. O5 – Read a book you own (Restore Me)

 

2018 Reread Challenge

This is another one that I created!

Goal:

10 rereads

Books I want to reread

  Books read:

  1. Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
  2. Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff
  3. Endsinger by Jay Kristoff
  4. Red Rising by Pierce Brown
  5. Golden Son by Pierce Brown
  6. Morning Star by Pierce Brown

 

Shelflove Crate challenges

I got both of these from the planner included in the December “Timeless” Shelflove Crate! Books read: 1. Book over 600 pages (Iron Gold) 2. Read the book on your TBR the longest 3. A protag with a culture different from your own 4. A book you can read in one sitting 5. A book by a 2018 debut author (Mirage) 6. Read a book published before 1968 7. Re-read your all time favorite book (Stormdancer) 8. Read a book set near your home 9. Banned book 10. Girl power book (Toil & Trouble) 11. An audiobook (Strange the Dreamer) 12. A book with an epic journey 13. Read a book to make yourself happy 14. Read a classic YA you never picked up 15. A book that won/was nominated for an award 16. A historical fiction 17. A retelling of a classic or fairytale 18. Read a book before the movie comes out 19. A cover buy book from 2017 20. A book under 150 pages (Saga vol. 7) 21. Book with illustrations 22. Genre you don’t usually read (Upside of Unrequited) 23. A book you don’t like the cover 24. Read a book that won a Goodreads 2017 award 25. A book made into a movie you’ve already seen 26. A book that starts with your first initial 27. A book with 4+ stars on Goodreads (Red Rising) 28. A book that starts with a verb (Reign the Earth) 29. One word Title (Obsidio) 30. A book with a mystery you can solve 31. A celebrity autobiography 32. A book with multiple POVs (Restore Me) 33. A book with a dress on the cover 34. A sequel to a series you started in 2017 35. A book with an unreliable narrator 36. A dystopian (Golden Son) 37. A book from SLC’s most anticipated picks (Onyx & Ivory – May) 38. Set outside of this world (Contagion) 39. A book with a flower on the cover 40. A book with a male narrator (Morning Star) 41. A book with a yellow cover 42. A book with an epic romance 43. A friend or family member recommends 44. The final book in a series (Endsinger) 45. Translated from another language 46. A character with extraordinary abilites 47. An LGBTQ main character (Heart of Iron) 48. A book that inspired a bookish candle (Sky in the Deep) 49. A book with pirates (Daughter of the Pirate King) 50. A 2018 Shelflove Crate book of the month (To Kill a Kingdom)  

Jessi (Geo)

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8 Responses to “2018 Reading Challenges”

  1. Good luck with your challenges! I spanned out a little bit more this year than I have before. We’ll see if that was a good idea or not. :)

      • Serious Challenges: Goodreads, Audiobook, Bookish Resolutions, Discussion, Mount TBR, NetGalley & Edelweiss, Reading Assignment

        For Fun Challenges: Alphabet Soup, A to Z, Full House, Chapter Break BINGO, Bookish BINGO, COYER Winter Switch

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