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Reading Challenges Week One Updates..

So this is a quick update on my challenges, most of the reading is in progress, and reviews for the ones completed will be up tomorrow.  I will also put up suggestions for my reading challenges on Monday. Go ahead and sign up for the ones I am hosting, if you have not already. Check them out – #7 and 8 in the list below.

  1. Short Story Reading Challenge – Deal Me In 2018– Week One, using the random card generator, I got the 4 of Spades – which was the short story ‘The View from the Bridge’ by Cherokee Paul Donald. This was in a book I picked up at the library on a whim – ‘The Norton Sampler: Short Essays for Composition’ by Thomas Cooley.
  2. What’s in a Name 2018–  The first book I have picked to read will overlap with the Old School Kidlit challenge as well – ‘The Wind in the Willows’. Not yet started reading this one (or rereading since I read it when I was, well, years ago, I can’t recall)
  3. Old School Kidlit Reading Challenge – The first book I have picked to read, which will go with my Reading by the Month Challenge is ‘Twenty One Balloons’. I had this book in my own bookshelf forever now (picked at a library book sale) and finally will start on reading it.
  4. 2018 NetGalley and Edelweiss Reading Challenge –  The first reviews for this – coming up with my Magic Monday blog post next week.
  5.  Strategic Reading Challenge. – The books I have lined up for this are in my google doc already. One overlaps with my Continental Reading Challenge. However, the first one I am reading is ‘The Book of Think (or How to Solve a Problem Twice Your Size)’
  6. Book Blog Discussion Challenge  – depending on the other books I finish, I will put up my post for this challenge.
  7.  Continental Reading Challenge – see #5
  8. Reading by the Month Reading Challenge  – see #2

4 thoughts on “Reading Challenges Week One Updates..

  1. I’d love to hear more about the book blog discussion challenge. Do you mean blogs that are about books? I have written a novella, but I don’t know that that would qualify as a short story. Be cool if there was some kind of discussion of it, though. I have no idea how you get in on things like that. I’m not good at marketing, unfortunately. Btw, I completed my Liebster post. Thanks, again, for nominating me. I accept! 😉

    https://www.comfortwithhygge.com/thehyggeblog/liebster-award

    1. thank you for your acceptance post.. this is my first time participating in the discussion challenge and as yet have not done anything yet there but i will keep you posted on it:) i am learning the marketing part and i think i know 0.1 % right now…

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