Aentee @ Read at Midnight is hosting #TheReadingQuest, which runs from August 13th to September 10th. This reading challenge is based on video-game quests. You pick a character and level them up by completing the squares on the given path.
Chosen Class: Bard
A book that has a TV/movie adaptation
A fairy tale retelling
A book cover with striking typography
A book translated from another language
A banned book
XP = 10
HP = 10
2017 Book Blog Discussion Challenge
Goal: Creative Conversationalist (11 posts)
Goodreads 2017 Reading Challenge
Goal: 60 books
Current: 48 books
Last year was a spectacular reading year on Goodreads. I won’t be reading quite as many picture books, so I set my goal to 60 books because now I will not feel as bad about reading a lot of picture books or graphic novels.
Pages Read 2017 Challenge
Goal: 17,000 pages (Bonsai)
Current: 11,153 pages
This challenge is hosted by Gina @ Book Dragon’s Lair. Because Goodreads does not take the length of books into account, I want to keep track of the number of pages I read. This also lets me keep track of pages read even when I do not read the entire book.
Back to the Classics Challenge 2017
Goal: 6 of 12 categories
Banned/Challenged Books Reading Challenge 2017
Goal: 13 books (Uncontrolled)
Current: 9 books (Blow-up)
This year, the Banned/Challenged Books reading challenge is hosted by Book Dragon’s Lair.
2017 10th Annual Graphic Novel & Manga Reading Challenge
Goal: 12 books (Modern Age)
Current: 9 books
Nicola is hosting the 2017 10th Annual Graphic Novel & Manga Challenge. I have to post reviews for these to count.
2017 Library Love Challenge
Goal: 24 books (Thrifty Reader)
Current: 17 books (Dewey Decimal)
Note: I originally challenged myself to read 12 books for the challenge. I reached that goal, so I’m reaching for the next level.
2017 Operation Deepen Faith
Becky @ Operation Actually Read Bible is hosting 2017 Operation Deepen Faith, and I am opting only for the option to read the Bible, hopefully in a year.
2017 Picture Book Reading Challenge
Goal: 20 picture books for Option 2
Since I took the children’s literature course this fall, I rediscovered a love of picture books. The Picture Book Reading Challenge, hosted by Becky @ Becky’s Book Reviews.
4. a book set on a farm or in the country – The Gigantic Turnip by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy, illustrated by Niamh Sharkey
7. a book with human characters – The Dunderheads by Paul Fleischman, illustrated by David Roberts
23. a book by Jon Scieszka – The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka, illustrated by Lane Smith
30. a book about trains or planes – Line 135 by Germano Zullo, illustrated by Albertine
39. a new-to-you illustrator – Two White Rabbits by Jairo Buitrago, illustrated by Rafael Yocktang
42. a book celebrating food (cooking, eating, trying new foods, eating healthy) – I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato by Lauren Child
53. a book by Mo Willems – Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! by Mo Willems
Read It Again, Sam, Challenge
Goal: 8 books (Feeling Nostalgic)
The Read It Again, Sam, challenge, which is hosted by Bev Hankins @ My Reader’s Block. The purpose of this challenge is to reread your books and revisit old friends of those books.
The Well Read Pagan Reading Challenge 2017
Goal: 2 books
This year the Domestic Witch is hosting the Well-Read Pagan Reading Challenge, which encourages us to read or reread nonfiction books concerning Paganism (the ‘P’ is deliberate) or Wicca.
Reading Challenge Addict
Goal: 11 challenges (In Flight)
Current: 1 completed (Easy as Pie)
I need to include that I am a Reading Challenge Addict.
If you are interested in previous challenges that I have completed, please check out my page Previous Challenges.