It’s only July? I know most of us wish that 2020 would just end already, but alas that is not the case. We have about 6 months left in the year and as much as I would love to have my life to return to some form of normality, I am using this unusual gift of time to read new 2020 titles and also books that have been on TBR shelf for awhile.Continue reading “Best Books of 2020: So Far…”
Most people are writing out their New Year’s Resolutions. Book lovers are writing out their reading challenge. A brand new year is a great way to set a new reading goal for yourself! 52 books for 52 weeks. Challenges will give you a chance to read outside your comfort zone and make sure that you are entertained all year-long.
And another year of reading passes on by…
2018 turned out to be a great year for books. Not only did I manage to start a book club but I also managed to read books outside my comfort zone, which turned out to be not a bad experience. Most of the books read this year took me on exciting new adventures while others left me at a dead-end. Unfortunately, I was unable to complete my own reading challenge but that didn’t stop me from not only reaching my reading goal of 70 books, but also reading a diverse collection of books. Overall, my books of 2018 encouraged me to read more and get excited for what my choices will be in 2019. Continue reading “A Year in Books: 2018”
Welcome to Friday Debate, a feature on cup of tea with that book, please, where every Friday a question will be posted that tantalize the brain and expands our horizons. For this week’s question: Continue reading “Friday Debate: Reading Challenges”
It’s June already and that means we are halfway through 2018! Before we start basking in the beauty of what is summer, let’s look at how far we made it through our reading challenges! Continue reading “Reading Challenge 2018: How Far I’ve Gotten”
While most are creating their New Years resolutions, we book lovers are creating are yearly reading challenge. Reading should never be treated as a competitive sport, but as pleasurable activity that enhances our daily lives.
But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t challenge ourselves, to diversify our bookshelves. But don’t fret! I have created a reading challenge for 2018, to give us a chance to explore new reads: 52 Books for 52 weeks. With these great suggestions, I challenge YOU to read bolder, bigger and more this new year. Continue reading “2018 Reading Challenge”
The year is fast approaching and if you are like me, you probably noticed that you have only a couple of weeks to reach your 2017 Reading Challenge Goal (I am 26 books behind of my 100 books reading goal). Whether you are using Goodreads Reading Challenge or a challenge you set for yourself, don’t worry fellow bookworms! Victory is only in arms reach and can be fully achieved. I have a variety of books that will help you achieve your goal. And the best thing? They are short and so good that you will finish them in a day! Continue reading “Books To Help Win Your Reading Challenge”
It’s that great time of year where we make our reading list and challenge ourselves to read more than we did last year. In 2016, I read 42 books! I read 12 more compared to 2015 so I improved a bit. This year, however, I am going to try to be a little more ambitious: I challenge myself to read a 100 books! By trying to change the outlook of this year, reading more books is a definite must and I think setting this goal will help do that.
So here is my reading list for this year. I only put 30 books but as the months go by, more books we’ll be added.
Want to try doing a reading challenge yourself? Why not try these various reading challenges to start off the New Year right?
I also found this interesting article of a young woman choosing to read (and listen) only old things in 2017 and I thought I should share with all of you.