Reading Challenge

Write Tribe Reading Challenge

Write Tribe Reading Challenge 2019

What am I going to read this year?

A new year and a whole list of books that I want to read. And the best thing is having a group of friends who are equally crazy about reading. I generally read around 2 to 4 books a week, but I have never really documented what I have read.  A few years ago, when I used to read all about what my younger friends were reading, I had a terrible case of FOMO. The kind of books they were reading and sharing reviews of made me feel I was really missing out on a lot of stuff, mostly serious and classic. I had never even heard of Kurt Vonnegut or Neil Gaiman.

To be frank, I read for pleasure, not for gyan, but as a writer in the making for over a quarter of a century, I felt I needed to educate myself on the books that were making people rave. And so I decided to pick four books a week to read:

  1. A classic I had not read.
  2. A new western writer I had not read.
  3. An Indian author I had not read
  4. A romance of crime thriller for my pleasure.
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This year I am going to take the next step and join a reading challenge. Hold myself accountable. And maybe get to know of books I would never have otherwise. And thanks to the Write Tribe, I think I have found the perfect challenge for me; not so easy and yet not undoable.

The Write Tribe Reading Challenge 2019

Here are the deets if you would like to take part too.

Levels of reading:

You can choose between four levels of reading right from 24 books a year to more than 60 books a year.

Reading prompts:

To help you get started there are 20 reading prompts of which you need to do at least 12

Review:

And what is the use of reading if you don’t post reviews, no? So at least one review a month.

Very doable, isn’t it?

For more details head on to the original post on the challenge http://writetribe.com/write-tribe-reading-challenge-2019/

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About Sunita

Conducts life skill courses for kids, teens and adults. Proprietor of 'The Know & Grow Learning Centre' Passionate about writing and helping people become the best they can be. Believes that education should geared towards learning and not studying.
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