Reading challenges are a good way to start off the year, don't you think? I fell in a rather depressing reading slump -aren't they always?- for the past two weeks, which inevitably led to a blogging slump mainly because reviewing and blogging suddenly felt too much of a chore to me. December was a really hectic month, and I didn't feel like reviewing any of the books I read. Heck, I only wanted to enjoy them, not try to remember important things to talk about in my review afterwards. Plus, I've been putting off reading my review copies lately so it's been a really, really slow reading month. After I decided this wouldn't do, I went online and checked out the reading challenges that were available to take part in for 2015. Reading challenges are a lot of fun if you pick the right ones for yourself. I get easily dispirited if I fall back on reading challenges so I took extra care choosing which challenges to take part in this year. All of these challenges are quite easy and simple; if you feel like participating in a reading challenge but don't want too much of a hassle, you can consider the challenges I've listed out below. I didn't take part in challenges in which you have to review the book afterwards, chiefly because I'm trying to improve my academic performance this year, which is important, while enjoying blogging about books and reading them, which I enjoy. Below are the reading challenges I decided to participate in for the year 2015, all of which are suited to my student lifestyle. There's also a shelf I created on Goodreads, 2015-reading-challenges, to make sure I keep on track.
Kat is a voracious reader who enjoys nothing more than losing herself in a good book. Fantasy is definitely her cup of tea. She often complains about never having enough time to read and constantly struggles with keeping her TBR pile a considerably decent size. Read more or keep up with her bookish whims on Goodreads or bloglovin.
none at the moment!