Monday, January 2, 2017

2017 Reading Challenges


It's that time again! Time to pick some reading challenges for 2017:




This challenge is to read the stories and novels in order using this Timeline. Excited to get started.






I'm excited for this challenge hosted by  Bibliophilopolis I have tons of short story collections to read through. 

 

                               Pop Sugar Reading Challenge





I want to read more poetry this year so I picked this challenge by Savvy Verse & Wit Im picking level Villanelle






These two challenges are hosted by Becky's Book Blog









Don’t just read… Read Harder!


Read a book about sports

Read a debut novel

Read a book about books

Read a book set in Central or South America, written by aCentral or South American author.

Read a book by an immigrant or with a central immigration

Read an all-ages comic.

Read a book published between 1900 and 1950

Read a travel memoir

Read a book you’ve read before

Read a book that is set within 100 miles of your location

Read a book that is set more than 5000 miles from your location

Read a fantasy novelRead a nonfiction book about technology

Read a book about war

Read a YA or middle grade novel by an author who identifies as LGBTQ+.

Read a book that has been banned or frequently challengedin your country

Read a classic by an author of color.

Read a superhero comic with a female lead

Read a book in which a character of color goes on a spiritual journey (From Daniel José Older, author of Salsa Nocturna, the Bone Street Rumba urban fantasy series, and YA novelShadowshaper

Read an LGBTQ+ romance novel (From Sarah MacLean, author of ten bestselling historical romance novels)

Read a book published by a micropress. (From Roxane Gay, bestselling author of Ayiti, An Untamed State, Bad Feminist, Marvel’s World of Wakanda, and the forthcoming Hunger and Difficult Women

Read a collection of stories by a woman. (From Celeste Ng, author Everything I Never Told You and the forthcomingLittle Fires Everywhere

Read a collection of poetry in translation on a theme other than love. (From Ausma Zehanat Khan, author of the Esa Khattak/Rachel Getty mystery series.


Read a book wherein all point-of-view characters are people of color. (From Jacqueline Koyanagi, author of sci-fi novelAscension






1 comment:

MH said...

Thanks for taking on the Sherlock Holmes Challenge! Good luck on all your reading for this year. :)