2016 Challenge Update

February 4, 2016 Challenges 7

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I forgot to add my challenge update to my January recap, so I’m doing it in a separate post this month!

2016-Discussion-Challenge

Status: 5/49 Discussions posted
2015 End of Year Book Survey
Replying to Comments on Older Posts
What Blogging Has Done to My Bookshelves
What Type of YA MC Would You Be?
Culling the TBR

HOST/SIGN-UP LINK – Feed Your Fiction Addiction & It Starts at Midnight

Unique Format Challenge

Status: 1/5 Books Read

Identity Crisis by Melissa Schorr – Since this book was about catfishing it relied heavily on IMs and other electronic communication.

 
HOST/SIGN-UP LINK – Shooting Stars Mag

diverse challenge1

Status: 2/12 Books Read

The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine – This book featured a bisexual main character (though that wasn’t really stressed in the book – it was just a fact that she was in love with her handmaiden and then, later, with a man).
Bookishly Ever After by Isabel Bandeira – The main love interest in this book was Indian (and Hindu)

 
HOST/SIGN-UP LINK – Chasing Faerytales & Read Sleep Repeat

ShelfLove-Challenge-2016

Status: 2/21-30 Books Read
I actually reviewed four other books off my shelf this month as well, but I’m not counting those because one I just got at the end of December and the other three I actually read in December, not in 2016.

World After & End of Days by Susan Ee

HOST/SIGN-UP LINK – Chapter Break, Second Run Reviews & Bookworm Brandee

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Status: 1/12 Series Finished

World After & End of Days by Susan Ee – I did it! I finished a series! Aren’t you all proud?

HOST/SIGN-UP LINK – Love at First Page

 

So, how are you doing on your 2016 challenges? I want to know!

 

 

7 Responses to “2016 Challenge Update”

  1. Julie S. @ Chapter Break

    Woot great job on these challenges so far! I’m impressed with how many you’re reading that fit these. I’m not so good with reading the right books for the challenges heh. Don’t forget to link this up for the Feb ShelfLove post if you haven’t already.

  2. jazmen

    I’ve been anxious to read Bookishly Ever After but I keep hearing it wasn’t that great. Hmm, I have to think about it. Good luck with these challenges!

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