Guide to 2018 Book Challenges

I know we’re a month and a half in to 2018, but I still thought it’d be cool to share some of the reading challenges available this year. I’m only doing two myself,  Beat the Backlist! and Finishing the Series Challenge. (<–These links will take you to my posts for the challenges.) Even so, it’s a fun way to get ideas for books to read, or books to push you outside your comfort zone. Here are the links to the challenges I’ve found, as well as a brief description.

Around the Year in 52 Books on Goodreads

52 unique challenges, one for each week of the year.

Book Date Full House Reading Challenge

A five-by-five bingo board with fun challenges such as “new to you author from another country” and “non-fiction hobby book”.

Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge

24 complex challenges such as “A children’s classic published before 1980” and “A book of genre fiction in translation.”

Caffeinated Book Reviewer’s Audiobook Challenge

A challenge designed to help you find audio books you love.

Celebrity Reader’s Finishing the Series

A fun, celebrity themed challenge to finish all those series you’ve started.

Cloak and Dagger Challenge at www.booksmoviesreviewsohmy.com

For those who enjoy reading mystery, thriller, crime, or suspense novels.

Library Love Challenge (hosted by Angel’s Guilty Pleasures and Brooke Blogs)

The goal is to read at least 12 books from you local library this year.

Melissa Hawkin’s Bada** Books Reading Challenge

18 books to read in 2018.

Modern Mrs. Darcy’s 2018 Reading Challenge

12 book challenges to meet the goal of reading amazing books.

Mommy Mannegren’s 2018 Reading Challenge

52 book challenges for the 52 weeks in the year.

Ms. NoseInABook’s Sword and Stars Reading Challenge

20 challenges specifically for those who love reading fantasy and science fiction.

Novel Night’s Beat the Backlist

The goal of this one is to read as many books published before 2018 as possible.

Popsugar’s 2018 Reading Challenge

This is a popular reading challenge designed to push you outside your comfort zone.

Read Along with Emilie Challenge

18 challenges (like “book set on the water” or “a family saga”) for 2018.

Socrates’ Book Reviews’ What an Animal Reading Challenge

A reading challenge for animal lovers.

Reading Challenges

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