Oh, look. It’s January again.
I actually started this post in December, which might say something about how this is going already.
I’m signing up for four reading challenges this year, along with my ongoing Classics Club list, which is going to play a large part in three of the challenges.
My 2022 Reading Challenges:
- Read Harder 2022: From the folks at Book Riot, this challenge (now in its 8th year) is “designed to help you break out of your reading bubble and expand your worldview through books.” I managed 22/24 tasks in 2021, largely thanks to a big push in December. Goal for 2022: spread the effort out a bit more.
- Back to the Classics Challenge 2022: I’m so glad Karen at Books and Chocolate is hosting this again. After my showing of 0 tasks last year, there’s nowhere to go but up, right? I’ll be pulling from my Classics Club 2019-2023 list, which I’m still a teensy bit behind on.
- Mount TBR Challenge 2022: Another one I completely dropped in 2021. One thing I did do last year, though, was purchase several of the books I want to read from my Classics Club list, which means they all count toward this goal. I also have at least half a shelf of books received when I was part of a mystery-of-the-month club that I would like to read and then probably donate to the library.
- Official TBR Pile Challenge 2022: Adam at Roof Beam Reader has brought back the Official TBR Pile Challenge. Unlike Mount TBR, this one requires a list at the beginning of the year. My list has its own Official TBR Pile Challenge 2022 page.
I will once again be tracking the challenges using the post tags and using the pages linked under “Reading Challenges“.
How about you? Any goals for 2022?
2 Replies to “Reading Challenges 2022”
I had problems with the Back to the Classics challenge last year also. I read some books for the challenge, but I either did not review them or did not link the reviews. This year I hope to do better.
I just signed up for the Classics challenge as well, and found your sign-up post there. Loved your selections for the challenge — especially wonderful to discover that Dorothy Sayers has done a translation for The Divine Comedy. I hope that turns out to be a great read!
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