I'm not going to do a resolutions post, but if I were, the gist of it would be "blog consistently". In an effort to do just that, I've decided to sign up for several blogging and reading challenges for 2015!
I'm excited about this one because I'm resolved to be a better book blogger in 2015, and I think making a conscious effort to be more organized will help me accomplish that goal! All you need to do to participate is make an effort to organize your blog! Each month has a general theme, and January's is reading challenges, scheduling, and resolutions.
You can find tweets about this challenge under #blogorganization.
I'm so excited about this challenge! I have soooo many fairy tale retellings on my shelf and this is the perfect excuse to make the time to read them.
My goal for this challenge is Big Bad Wolf, which means reading 10-15 fairy tale retellings.
You can find tweets about this challenge under #fairytaleRC.
This is another great challenge for me because the goal of it is simply to catch up on some of the books we have purchased and then sent to languish endlessly on our bookshelves. The only restriction is that the books be published prior to 2015.
I'm setting myself a goal of 31-40 books, Sweet Summer Fling.
You can find tweets about this challenge under #2015TBRPile.
There are so, so many books I'm dying to reread!
I'm setting myself a goal of rereading 10 books in 2015. Among them, I will definitely reread all 7 Harry Potter books, and the first three Game of Thrones books. I'm sure I'll end up rereading more than ten books, but the others will probably be early books in series that I decide to catch up on. (For example, I plan to read Rebel by Amy Tintera soon, but it's been long enough since I read Reboot that I'm fairly sure I'll need to reread that first.)
You can find tweets about this challenge under #ReRead2015.
I'm looking forward to this challenge because one of my resolutions for 2015 is to attain a respectable Netgalley ratio. To that end, I want to make sure I'm posting reviews for Netgalley books as often as possible. This challenge will be a great way to help me stay on track!
I'm aiming for "hard", 21-30 books.
And that's it for me for 2015 challenges! Even keeping up with all of these feels ambitious, but I'll do my best!
Which challenges have you signed up for for 2015?