Reading Resolutions 2015

Shamelessly stealing this from Pinterest but after asking two teenage boys what their new year resolutions were and received a “I don’t do them!” and an “I dunno!” this challenge might be one to consider.

Reading Challenge.

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14 thoughts on “Reading Resolutions 2015

  1. As a bigtime reader all my life, I LOVE THIS. Will be linking to MY New Years article (posting 12/31 – I will ping you when it goes live) – and will pin YOUR version to my New Year’s Yearnings Board now. Happy New Year.

    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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      1. Maybe it’s a temp-thing with Pinterest? I’ve gotten quite a few error messages this holiday season.

        Tried link above and still got below:

        Oops!

        We’re having some trouble talking to thebookloversmusings.files.wordpress.com. Please try again later!

        xx,
        mgh

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  2. That is such a great list! I especially like the idea of reading a book from the *bottom* of the list, or that you were supposed to read in school but didn’t. (For me that would be Beowolf.) I almost exclusively read for pleasure these days so this is a timely reminder that there’s merit in reading as work too, and lots to be gained from books that one wouldn’t immediately gravitate towards.

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  3. Okay! I accept the challenge. I’ve just finished a harder one (I think) reading 104 books in the year, proof provided by reviews (which had to be, for me, on Amazon as I only review books i adore on my blog, but this will be an interesting one to try, I like the specific steps of it.

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      1. Well with a baby I think 20 is brilliant! Anyway, I’ve done a link back to your blog (pingback) for the blog post which will go tomorrow on this challenge. And yes, I do like the lateral nature of this – I’ve added some rules for myself in that I’m detemined they shall be NEW reads (I do often re-read, but this 2015 must be first time for me, and in case it gets too easy – oh I DO like a challenge – at this stage I’ve decided that every category has to be reviewed on the blog. As I only put books on the blog which make at least a 4 star rating it might well mean reading several in a category. Or even (gulp) failing to complete!

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      2. I review every book even the bad ones! I’ve been lucky though this year: only one stinker really! Some were simply good fun; others really clever. Unlike you I rarely re-read except for work so I agree tgat tgey should be new reads.

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