2017 Reading Challenge

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Re: 2017 Reading Challenge

Post by allie2212 »

I will set mine at 20. I have read around 5 books already this year so I think that will be an attainable goal for me :D

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Post by ReadtoLive »

I've set mine at ten, am hoping to surpass that as I normally read a lot. But I don't have as much time for it lately, so I'll see how that goes.
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Post by Guppy »

I have set my 2017 reading goal at 20. As always I hope to read more, but I do like to take my time especially when reading for review.

Can my reading goal be updated later if I surpass it before the end of the year?
Do the books I have already added to my bookshelf this year before setting the reading goal not count towards the total read?
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Post by annadorina »

50 books

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Post by paranormalbooklover »

last year I read way more than I thought, so this year I plan to read at least 250, although I know it will be higher

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Post by HDoyle »

I go through periods of reading a whole lot, and then my kindle battery dies and I lose momentum. I'd like to shoot for 10 novels in addition to the bible study and devotional time that is also important to me.

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Post by Riki »

I'm shooting for 100 full-length books, but I might count individual short stories rather than collections.
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Post by holika »

My goal for this year will be to read 20 books but it may go up as I get into them.I really hope I get to complete my goal this year as I couldn't last year.

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Post by sophiemer642 »

I want to read at least 100 books by the end of the year. I have been been interested in books before, but now you will almost always see me with one in my hands.

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Post by cchan110 »

My goal is to read 2 book a month, I normally like thriller and suspense fiction.....probably I should be more adventurous and try other genre like non-fiction true story and history

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Post by DDunstock »

48 - and currently at 27 so I'm on target. Last year I read 22 so I'm happy to have already crushed that :)
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Post by SilviaP21 »

If I manage to read 50 books this year, it would be a big accomplishment
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Post by Christina Rose »

My goal for this year is currently 49 books. It started out lower in January, and I have been increasing it accordingly. I hope you all achieve your personal goals, and that you enjoy getting there!

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Post by Bookaholic15 »

My goal this year is to read 52 books so that is an average of 1 per week

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Post by Anirudh Badri »

I plan to read 100 books this year. Am around 10 books behind schedule as I am only done with 50 or so in the middle of August. Hopefully I can devote more time to it and get to 100!
It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.

–Oscar Wilde

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