I only read 8 books in January, I can do better and I will do better in the coming months. Here’s what I read for the each challenge and where you can find details for each challenge. Clicking the picture of the challenge will take you to it’s sign up post. 🙂
I am planning to read 50 books over the year, in January I read 5, so I am on track. I read:
A great end to a fantastic series by a talented author. You can see my review here.
I did not enjoy this book, I am sorry to say. The best rating I have seen it given is 2 stars out of 5, I hate giving books bad reviews but there was no way around it. You can see my review here.
This a good exciting book, full of myths and legends. You read my review here.
I loved this book, it was everything I wanted and more. I would recommend it to everyone. You can see my review here.
It had bits that seemed a little too modern, but it was a really enjoyable read other than that. You can read my review here.
As many readers and bloggers, I have a huge to be read pile, and I am trying to tackle it. Yes I keep buying more, so it is growing but I am getting through some that have been on my shelf or kindle for years.
I am going for between 21-30 books in 2014, I managed 2 in January, so on track, not quite as good as I would like though. I read:
I loved this film and decided to read the book, glad I did as it was really enjoyable, I am looking forward to the next one in the series. You can see my review here.
I unfortunately not read any books for this challenge yet. I have set myself a goal of 3 for the whole year, so I still have plenty of time to do this.
I did not manage any books for this challenge either, it is my favourite genre so I am sure I will be able to reach my goal of 20 in a year.
I am trying my best not to use one book for more than one challenge, it may happen to a few but I would prefer not to.
Which challenges are you doing this year and how are they going?
Happy reading bookworms, Emma.