2019 Reading Challenges

When I started book blogging, i was doing tons of reading challenges, up to about 12. Then less and less. I was considering doing only the Classics Club for 2019, but then, I discovered another one I could NOT resist.

So here are my

2019 Reading Challenges

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  classicsclub   Calendar of Crime Challenge pix

Readalongs

I will also be doing some readalongs:

  1. Don Quixote, with One Catholic Life and Silvia Cachia
  2. Berlin Alexanderplatz, by Alfred Doblin, with NYRB Classics Goodreads Group – DNFed
  3. Les Misérables – this is a re-read, in French again, with one of my French students

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WILL YOU BE DOING READING CHALLENGES/READALONGS
IN 2019?

10 thoughts on “2019 Reading Challenges

  1. I am just now pondering what challenges I will set for myself. One will be a book a month set in another country than my own and translated from another language.

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  2. The Classics Club sounds good to me. I know another blogger who does something like this. I only do a summer reading challenge at the library where I work. We’re all encouraged to participate and I do it because it’s fun. But I tend to feel less relaxed when I know I have to read a bunch of books, even when they are books I want to read. So I try to be more casual about it during the rest of the year, although I’m committed to 2 specific books/month for the reading groups I’m in. But reading is almost always fun, as long as there is time! Happy New Year!

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