2018 Reading Challenges Update

19:06:00 Jo Linsdell 20 Comments


2018 Reading Challenges Update

As I mentioned in my previous post earlier today, you now get a second post.  Lucky you right? ;) 

This is to catch up with Blogtober and make up for not posting yesterday. I am in my little box of shame and promise to not fall behind again.


2018 Reading Challenges 


Time to bring you all up to speed again on my reading challenge progress so far this year.

I signed up to take part in both the A to Z Reading Challenge (adult and kidlit versions), and the Beat the Backlist Reading Challenge this year, and although I have been reading, I've not been all that good at updating my progress on the various sites. 

My Progress So Far


To find out more about each book just click on the title. 

Books listed that have a * by them also count towards Beat The Backlist.


Books read so far (adult version):

A (The) Art of Fear by Pamela Crane*
Bad Blood by Gary Kemble* 
C
D Dream, Think, and Live BIG by Stellan Moreira
Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale*
Everything We Left Behind by Kerry Lonsdale*
Fame is a Killer by Meredith Potts 
Fade to Black by David Rosenfelt*
Gut Feeling by Victoria Browne*
H How to Blog for Fun and Profit by Tommy Mickle
How to Revise and Release Your Book by Penny C. Sansevieri
I
Justice for Jessica by Alretha Thomas*
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth
Q
R (A) Reflection Of Evil by William Todd
Remembering What I Forgot by K. Allen
S Spectrum by Ethan Cross*
Signal to Noise (Remade Series 2, Episode 2)*
Taking the Reins by Katrina Abbott
(The) Ugly Step Sister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson*
V
W
X
Y
Z

Books read so far (Kidlit version):

A All Through The Week With Dog and Cat by Rozanne Lanczak Williams
Banana for Two by Ellen Mayer
(The) Captain’s Favourite Treasure by Angela Fish
Dinosaur in Danger by Paul Geraghty
E
Fred Wants to Play Janna de Lathouder & Anne Schneider*
G
H
If You Want to Fall Asleep by Jackie Azua Kramer & Lisa Brandenburg*
J
K
L
M
N
O
P (The) Puddleman by Raymond Briggs
Q
R
Sloppy Takes A Plunge by Sean Julian
Tiny Fox and Great Boar by Berenika Kolomycka

V
Watermelon Madness by Taghreed Najjar
X
Y
Z

As you can see I went a bit off list and so have multiples for the same letters, and still have spaces to fill. Hoping to still manage to fill them all before the end of the year. 

How are you doing with your reading challenges so far? 

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20 comments:

  1. Nothing to be ashamed about - life happens

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    1. Thanks sweetie. I just hate not reaching my goals.

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  2. I think you're doing pretty good ๐Ÿ“š

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  3. Wow, that's an impressive list! Hope you find some decent ones for the awful letters ;-)

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    1. Me too. I have a few of them already on my TBR but some letters are harder to find than others.

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  4. Right now my GR Challenge says that I have only read 30 of 50 books!
    All LIES of course.
    We all know that I have read waaaaaaaaaaay more than 50 book and am just too lazy to put the reviews up! LOL. Keep up the great reads.

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    1. I've forgotten to log some of the books I've read on Goodreads too.

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    1. Thanks Robin. Still along way to go and not much of the year left to do it in but I'm still hopeful I'll hit my goals.

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  6. Wow, you're brave taking on all those challenges!

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    1. I love challenges. I find they help keep me motivated.

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  7. Wow you have read loads. Keep going I'm sure you'll do it.

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    1. Thanks. Still time to catch up so I might still manage to complete the challenges. Fingers crossed.

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  8. I think you are doing great. I've given up on all my reading challenges for this year but I'm sure to join many more next year.

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    1. Thanks Veronica. I'm already thinking about the ones I want to do next year ;)

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  9. I think you are doing great. I have many books in my TBR, but still I purchased 4 more๐Ÿ™ˆ

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    1. haha I know what you mean. The struggle is real. I?m not sure I'll have my TBR under control. I always end up getting more books before I read the ones I already have.

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  10. I think you are doing amazing well on your reading challenges I wish I could do reading challenges too, but life always happens to me. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post Jo.

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    1. Life has a habit of getting in the way sometimes but I enjoy the reading challenges. Even if I don't reach all my goals for the challenges I find they still motivate me to read more throughout the year.

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