At the start of June, I found out about a challenge to read and review 20 books of summer set by the 746 book blog. I decided to have a go but I thought it highly unlikely that I’d be able to read that many.
Find out how I got on and read about my next reading challenge – 20 Books for Christmas.
The original list for my 20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge was as follows:
20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge
Katie Fforde – Living Dangerously ✓
Katie Fforde – Recipe for Love ✓
Elizabeth Nobel – The Way We Were ✓
Wendy Holden – The School for Husbands ✓
Lucy Diamond – One Night In Italy ✓
Carmen Reid – The Personal Shopper ✓
Freya North – Pillow Talk ✓
Claudia Carroll – Meet Me In Manhatten ✓
Giovanni Fletcher – You’re The One That I Want ✓
David Nichols – Us ✓
Tess Daly – It’s Up To You New York ✓
A J Pearch – Dear Mrs Bird ✓
Jane Green – Falling ✓
Dee MacDonald – The Silver Ladies of Penny Lane ✓
Holly Wainright – The Mummy Bloggers ✓
Lindsey Kelk – About a Girl ✓
Lindsey Kelk – What a Girl Wants ✓
Lindsey Kelk – A Girl’s Best Friend ✓
Susan Hill – Breaking Glass
Rachel Hore – Last Letter Home
I also read a few books that were not on the original list.
Kirsty Greenwood – Vintage Guide to Love and Romance
Lindsey Kelk – Always the Bridesmaid
Lindsey Kelk – Single Girls To Do List
Giovanni Fletcher – Dream a Little Dream
Carmen Reid – How Not To Shop
Tales from a Car Boot Sale
Oh … So I’m Not Bonkers
Scooterboys – The Lost Tribe
TOTAL BOOKS READ: 26
20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge 2019 – COMPLETED ✓
I’m pleased to say that I did it! I completed the reading challenge.
Despite thinking I would not be able to read so many books in that timescale, by accepting the challenge I was more determined and I set aside more time to read than I would normally.
You can find links to all the other book bloggers that took part at 746 Books.
I’ve decided now to set my own challenge – 20 Books for Christmas which will run from 1st October to 31st December. I will be publishing a new blog post in a couple of days to tell you all about it. I hope you will join me.
Check out my recommended reading section for more books and good reads from various genres – women’s fiction, poetry, self-help, children’s and non-fiction.
You’ll also find links to books for gift suggestions for birthdays, Christmas or just as a random act of kindness.
Have you taken part in any reading challenges?
Did you try 20 Books of Summer this year?
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