2015 Summer Reading Challenges

The other day I came across this summer reading challenge that Books-A-Million is having this summer and I thought why not join in? The summer reading program is hosted by Ambassador Rick Riordan and includes a sheet you can download to fill out the 4 books that you will read this summer. It also requires you to make a journal as well and fill it out. If you do all these things and turn it into a Books-A-Million near you, you get a free Camp Half-Blood tote bag. Even though this reading challenge in geared towards grades K-12, I still plan on participating. The first two books I’d like to read to complete half this challenge is to reread The Last Olympian and read The Lost Hero both by Rick Riordan. The other two books will be whatever I want to read.

On May 18th-22nd is I Read YA Week. I’m challenging myself to read at least once a day. To celebrate I Read YA Week I plan on reading at least once a day.

BookTube-A-Thon ??? There isn’t a set date for this read-a-thon yet, but I’m beyond excited to participate this year and hopefully read more books than last year!

On August 17th-23rd Bout of Books 14.0 is happening and I will hopefully be participating in this read-a-thon. I have not done one of these read-a-thons in over a year and a half, so I will try to attempt this one if I’m not too busy.

And last but not least I’m challenging myself to read 10 books over the four summer months of May, June, July, and August. Hopefully I can complete all the reading challenges and participate in all the read-a-thons!


Summer 2014 Reading Challenge

Summer 2014 Reading Challenge

My 6 Genre Challenge

The other day I came across a bookmark when I was cleaning my room. I looked it over and I thought this would be a perfect little challenge for my summer reading. I took six genres and thought of a book I would like to read at some point and time this summer. My list includes:

Choose a book from the following Genres:

-Mystery: Twisted by: Sara Shepard

-Sci-Fi: Shatter Me by: Tahereh Mafi

-Fantasy: Clockwork Princess by: Cassandra Clare

-Contemporary: My Life Next Door by: Huntley Fitzpatrick

-Adventure: The Maze Runner by: James Dashner

-Historical Fiction: Seeking Signs by: Staci Angelina Mercado
With those books in mind, hopefully I will get through all of them this summer. As of last night I decided to pick up Shatter Me. Now let the start of my genre challenge begin! You can also check out my video below of myself sharing some other reading challenges that I’m taking part of this summer.