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So how many of you do reading challenges. I have done the 2021 reading Challenge using https://www.goodreads.com which I have completed my 2021 challenge, but I want to challenge myself a little more, I know that reading is to be fun and enjoyable, which I love and enjoy. But I am going to make it a little harder for myself. I follow several blogs and came across this new blog and seen this post and thought it was interesting. I have attached the link for this blog http://socratesbookreviews.blogspot.com/
This challenge is hosted by Lori at Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Book Reviews, Book Tours, Book Recommendations & Giveaways too! Here is a little about how the challenge works The challenge runs from January 1, 2022, and ends on December 31, 2022.
Choose the level at which you would like to participate:
Peckish – 1 – 25
Cozy Mysteries Famished – 26 – 51
Cozy Mysteries Yearning – 51 – 75
Cozy Mysteries Starving – 76 – 100
Cozy Mysteries Ravenous – 101 – 125
Cozy Mysteries Voracious – 126 – 150
Cozy Mysteries Overindulged – 151 – 200
Cozy Mysteries Pigged Out – 201 or more Cozy Mysteries
You can always go up a level but you can’t go down.
I’m once again going for Peckish, 1-25 books.
I am going to challenge myself to two of their challenges beside Goodreads challenge, which by the way I can’t wait for 2022’s challenge.
2022 Craving for Cozies Reading Challenge Sign Up Here
And now for my new challenges:
I have chosen the Peckish Level 1 – 25
Audiobook Challenge 2022
And I have been debating on the Audio 2022 challenge but I am going to give it a shot, I am not a person who likes to listen to someone reading to me, but maybe I just haven’t found a great audio book. I will give this a try. This challenge is hosted by Caffeinated Review and that’s what I’m Talking about.
The challenge detail runs January 1, 2022 – December 31, 2022. You can join at anytime. The goal is find a new love for audios or to out do yourself by listening to more audios in 2022 than you did in 2021. Books must be audio format (CD, MPS, etc) Any genres count.
Have you done any of these challenges or have plans to? If so I will check it out. I welcome your thoughts/comments, and as always- Thanks for Reading One Girl and a Book