Would anyone reading this like to share their experience with any book challenges that they participate in? Or, even one that they created for challenging themselves?
The thing is I like book challenges as an observer. 😛 Haha, what I mean is it feels exciting to be a part of a challenge which is totally what you want to do anyway, plus there’s a bonus of having a goal in front of you. How good would it feel to have completed a goal WHILE having so much fun? Except, it has never turned out this way for me when I was participating in any book challenges. I am always rushing towards completing the challenge and that never happens, and I feel bad, and, the most important thing – I am always chasing a deadline, so I feel that I am not even savouring what I am reading. Just rushing.
Don’t know if any of you feel this way, but I’ll definitely want to know your experience in general with book challenges. I didn’t participate in any in 2018 so that I can savour my reading but I also felt like something was amiss. I think I can do with some advice. 🙂
2 thoughts on “2 | The thing with Book Challenges”
I just do the goodreads challenge and set a realistic target of 12 books. I usually read more than that so it’s always a plus. Rereads are allowed too.
As far as I am concerned, rereads should be allowed in everything in life 😛