I've been scouring the web this past week looking for reading challenges that I can try. I've found a few and maybe you would like to join me. Click on the buttons below to see the source blogs, or find your own - there's a good list of current challenges at A Novel Challenge.
The 2011 e-book challenge is hosted by The Ladybug Reads and requires reading from 3-100 e-books. I know I wont get to 100, but I'm pretty sure I'll read more than three.
Since I love big fat novels of historical fiction, I'm joining the Georgette Heyer Reading Challenge hosted by All Things Historical Fiction. I picked up the first book from Amazon for $0.99, which works for me! If any of you have read her works, I would love your opinions on which of her books I should read. Minimum is 3 this year.
The Book Vixen is hosting the "Outdo Yourself" reading challenge. This one simply asks that you read more books than you did last year. Since I read all my books on my Kindle last year, it shouldn't be too hard for me to figure out how many that was. This is a good challenge for everyone.
That's all I'm going to commit to right now. There are a few more that overlap - challenges to read public domain books and free books. There is a fun challenge to read a whole series of P.G. Wodehouse books. I'm still thinking about that one.
Let me know if you're joining in on any of these. And send me recommendations if you know good books that fit these categories.