I'm starting six months late, but hopefully I can get the ones for July - December read.
Can you tell I'm trying to be a good English minor and not give up on the classics just because I'm done with college? Not to mention, I love reading classics, and I own quite a lot that I haven't read yet.
Because I buy books that I want to read, and then just let them accumulate dust on my bookshelves. Time to give those books some love.
I'm debating about this one. It sounds like a hard one to jump into halfway through the year. I can only think of one book I've read with a color in the title. . . I may have to do some more investigating before I commit.
Who doesn't love reading books about books??
Travelling (especially in Europe) is one of my all-time favorite things to do. Reading about those places is the next best thing.
The minimum level for this challenge is 15,000 pages for the year. Yeah, I'm already past that. . . One challenge complete!
I think I've been looking forward to this one the most. You can read by author's last name or by title. I'm thinking I'll try both (nothing like being ambitious from the get-go!). I've read 52 books so far this year. What are the odds they will line up alphabetically on both lists?
You saw this one coming, right? A challenge about reading challenges? Sign me up!
Any other suggestions? Are there any amazingly awesome reading challenges out there that I'm missing out on? Let me know, so I can give them a try, too!