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My 2019 Reading Challenge

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It’s that time of year again! As you know, there is nothing more that I love then challenging myself when it comes to the books I read. Whether it’s a new author, series, a genre that takes me out of my comfort zone or being able to tackle some books that have been on my tbr for far too long; I live for a good reading challenge. In 2018, I stepped up my game not only with the books that I read, but also by reading 2 books that I already owned per month. It was hard. It was fun. It was a great challenge. And I’m happy to report that I finished my challenge.

For 2019’s Reading Challenge, I really wanted to once again challenge myself and kick my never ending to-read list’s butt!! And I am more than ready for the challenge.

Here’s my list for 2019:

Re-read a favorite book
A book by an author new to me 
Read The Bourbon Kings by JR Ward
Read Don’t speak Katy Regnery
A Contemporary Novel
A NA novel 
A Biker Novel or series
A Stand-alone novel 
Read a boxed set of books
A Paranormal book 
A YA book 
Read 2 New Releases
A MMA/Fighter novel 
YA fantasy 
Read a book that’s been on your tbr for far too long
Read a duet 
A romantic comedy 
A book from your favorite troupe
A book chosen for its cover
A book from a genre I don’t normally read
Finish 3 Series I started

Read 3 books I already own per month

Do you participate in any reading challenges? Do you find them hard to stick with or do you love the challenge? Drop me a comment below and let me know 🙂

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