These are all my challenges I am signing up for this year. I will do what I can and if I cannot complete any, no issues. There are a couple of others I could have participated in as well but I decided these are more than enough, I am sure you agree!! I have to still decide on what books I have to read for each of these challenges and will update this post with the details/lists later/as I decide.
For now, this is my sign-up post with my reading levels for each challenge, where applicable.
Some of the challenges are the ones I participated in earlier – like, What’s In A Name and the Back to the Classics challenges.
I am going to look for books which will work across challenges so it is easier to complete them:)
Books You Must Read Before you Die – Plan to read at least 6 books
from this list this year
Women Challenge – Level 2: GIRLS POWER – read 6 to 10
books written by a woman author
the World in 80 Books – Plan to read at least 6 books for this
challenge too – will add as I read to this list (and couple other
requirements mentioned in the post)
to Classics Challenge – Read one book each in the required 6
categories and more from the optional categories.
Bingo – I have to yet decide how I am going to work on the Bingo Board, the ultimate goal is to complete it all but I am guessing I will keep it simple here with these other challenges.
to Movie Challenge – Movie Fan – read 3
books and watch their movies
Double Challenge – Small: You read 2 related books.
into Poetry Challenge – Read and review up to 2 books of poetry (and
couple other requirements mentioned in the post)
Reading Challenge – Goal of 10 essays
Always Meant to Read That Book – 2 books for now (maybe increase to
Key Word Challenge – read one book each month whose title includes one
or more of the key words for that month.
Non-Fiction Challenge – Geek: 4-6 books in at least 2-3
in Verse Challenge – Read and review at least 6
verse novels during the year.
Classic’s Children’s Books – No levels, read as many as you can and
Challenge – Paperclips: 10 books
Moral of the Story – 41 – 80 Morals Learned
Telling Tales Challenge – Troll
under the Bridge – read 5 books
of the Event Literary Salon – link to a post(s) from your blog for the
salon every month or when possible – any type of post related to Classics
written between the late 1880s through the early 1930s
an Animal – Read at least 6 books that meet the requirements
in a Name – Read one book in each of the categories mentioned.
- AWB Reading Challenge – Thanks to Myra from Gathering Books for inviting me to this challenge. I am sure many of the books I am reading will be award winning ones (when I have so many of them!!), so here I am entering one more challenge at Level 1 (10 books or less) – Bronze Medal
And because I am doing all these challenges, doing this challenge below:
Challenge Addict – 21 challenges excluding this one
10 thoughts on “2013 Reading Challenges Sign-Up Post”
WOW! So many challenges! Good luck with them all! 🙂
Thank you for joining the Quick Fix Challenge! Good luck with all your 2013 goals!
That's incredibly impressive! I'm doing a lot of challenges, but nowhere near that many truly different ones. Thanks for joining the book to movie challenge 🙂
Thanks for joining the Back to the Classics (again)! Good luck with all of those challenges – they look like fun!
Good to have you in the 1001 group! I'll look forward to your reviews.
Welcome the What an Animal reading challenge! Have fun!
My goodness that's a lot of challenges! Glad you'll be joining us for Bingo, and good luck with them all!
Thanks for participating Lady in read!
I’m glad you joined in the fun in the “Women Challenge”!
I think you signed up for more challenges than I did last year (my year of madness!) I'm impressed! Welcome to the Telling tales challenge and good luck with all your challenges!
Wow, that is a lot of challenges! I hope you have a great reading year and thanks for joining in the Classic Double Challenge – I can't wait to see what pair you pick to read.