Welcome to Read Another Page’s very first Reading Challenge. Since this blog and website is all about reading, I thought a reading challenge would be a fun thing to add.
Are you ready to join in the fun?
This challenge goes from January 1st, through June 30th, 2018.
The challenge is simple. Read as many books from the categories listed below as you can. Leave comments with what book title(s) you read and which category(s) it was for, so I can add them to the list and mark you down. Also, every good book deserves a review, so you get extra bonus points if you review the books you read. (You can review them on Amazon, Goodreads, or your own blog.) Just leave the link for each review so I can share it with others.
For every 6 books you read, you can enter the giveaway for a signed copy of one of my books. (Winner gets to choose.) And for each 6 books you review (from the books read for the challenge) you get another entry. And everyone who reads at least 12 books (that’s 2 books a month) will get a free kindle copy of one of my books. So everyone can be a winner.
That doesn’t sound too complicated, does it?
Here’s the list of categories (and they don’t have to be read in any certain order).
- A book by a favorite Author
- A book by a new (to you) Author
- A book with snow on the cover
- A book that takes place in a country where English is a second language
- A book that has a two-story house on the cover
- A book where a horse is an important part of the story
- A book in a genre you don’t usually read
- A book with only 2 colors on the cover
- A book with a storm in the story
- A book published between 1870-1900
- A book that has been in you house for a long time
- A book that has shoes on the cover
- A book with predominately blue cover
- A book with multiple points of view
- A book written by an Indie Author
- A book with a child on the cover
- A book with water on the cover
- A book recommended by a friend
- A book published between 1900-1950
- A book from the bottom of your “To Be Read” list
- A book translated from another language
- A book that is non-fiction
- A book with a war in it
- A book that has a journey in the story
For your convenience here is a pdf download you can print so you have access to it any time. You don’t have to download it, but I would recommend it as it might make things easier. And you can jot down what books you want to read for different categories. (I love finding several books at once so I can easily move on to the next book.)
And grab one of these buttons to add to your own blog to make it easy to find this page again, and so your friends can join in the fun!