Decision Time!

I’ve finally decided on some reading challenge for 2013! Although I’ve mostly just decided to do all of them :-P However I’ve also promised myself not to stress about them and I’ve picked ones I think I’ll really enjoy doing. They all either align well with my other reading goals and interests or are selected specifically to bring some variety into my reading.

I do realize some of these challenges are redundant, but I like participating in multiple challenges with the same theme for a variety of reasons. Of course, this selfish reason is that I’ll post some review posts to multiple challenges. The community-oriented reason is that I like to promote all of these challenges and read reviews by other bloggers doing them.  Without further ado, here are those challenges….

Book and Movie Challenge

BookToMovie

Because variety is the spice of life…

Goal – Avid Reader – 24 books from 24 genresBecause Non-fiction is what we do at Doing Dewey…

Goal – Nerd – 15+ books in 8+ catagories

Because I love these genres…

Goal – Renaissance Reader – 10 books

Goal – Evil Enchantress – 13-15 books

Goal – Prince Charming – 15 books

Because I want to support new authors…

Goal – Paragraph – 10 books

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  1. abookdragon

    did you find all of them at a novel challenge? I’m off to check out some I missed

  2. Ooh I hadn’t seen the Book to movie challenge yet. May have to sign up for that! Good luck with your goals and welcome to the Telling Tales Challenge!

  3. Many challenges, but they look great! I also participate in the fairytale retold challenge and I can’t wait for 2013 to get started :)

    Mel@thedailyprophecy.

  4. Oh wow, those all sound like fun! I’m definitely looking forward to see what you read for the telling tales/fairy tales retold challenges. :) Good luck with them all!

  5. shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

    I am pleased to have you join me this year – I hope you enjoy the Eclectic Reader challenge!

    Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out

    • Thanks! I like it because it shakes up my routine. This year, it got me to read my first graphic novel ever and I’m still planning on reading a book of poetry, which I haven’t done in a very long time :)

  6. These look like so much fun, thanks for posting them! I’m going to sign up for the Telling Tales challenge; I just have to figure out what level I’ll aim for!

    Alice @ Alice in Readerland

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