|| 2015 Reading Challenges

This is the first year I'll be participating in any reading challenges, and therefore I've tried to limit myself, and not sign up for too many. I've decided to participate in 3 challenges, which I think is a decent number, and not all to overwhelming. Also, the challenges here can actually overlap a bit here and there, so that might be a bit of help to actually complete them all. As of right now, I haven't picked out any books for the challenges, and I'm not sure I'm going to. In fact, I'm quite horrible at following TBR's and already set lists. But who knows? I might end up making some sort of possible list at some point.

The first challenge I'm participating in, is the 2015 Mythology Reading Challenge. I'm a sucker for all kinds of mythology, and this challenge is just the one for me. It's hosted by Lili over at Lili Lost in a Book. For rules and detail check the sign up post. There are four levels you can commit to, and I'll be participating on the 'God Level' which is 6-10 mythology books.

The second challenge is going to be the LGBT Challenge. I read a decent amount of LGBTQ+ books, and therefore I thought this would be perfect. It's hosted by Cayce over at Niji Feels and you can read all the details and sign up over there. There are four levels as to which you can participate, and I've decided to participate at the OMNIVOROUS BOOKGLUTTEN level, which means that I am to read 10+ LGBT books from any genre.

The third challenge is going to be the 2015 Library Challenge. I love my library, and I spend a good amount of time there. This challenge is hosted by Sheila over at Book Journey. All the information about the challenge can be found over at her blog. I've decided to participate at the Rookie level, which is to check out 6-11 books. I might check out a great deal more than that, but I thought it would be a good starting place.

So these are the challenges I've decided to take on. Are you participating in any Reading Challenges in 2015?


  1. Welcome to your first year of reading challenges! :D Let me just warn you, these are addicting! I always end up signing up for like a million and a half challenges every year, LOL.

    And also welcome to the Mythology Reading Challenge! Glad to have ya! :)

    1. Thank you! I think I'm already feeling the 'reading challenge pull'. I really told myself that I needed a limit, and not participate in all the challenges I thought sounded interesting.

      Thank you! I'm really excited to read a lot of mythology books this year! :)