The 30 Day Book Challenge

Back in August 2013, one of my favourite book bloggers did this challenge, and I popped in every day to check out her posts. (Becky blogs at Blogs-of-a-Bookaholic – http://beckysblogs.wordpress.com/ ) For me, I’d spent most of Spring and Summer 2013 trying to avoid reading – because if I don’t, I struggle to write as much and over a year on from when I wanted to release RMT I had to focus on that.

Now that The Rainbow Maker’s Tale is finally out there, and I’m well on my way with Outlanders, I thought I could give myself a bit of a writing break and do some reading again. (It’s not really cheating if I’m writing about reading, is it?) Anyway, I’ve collected a whole bunch of books for my TBR list, which need to be started and that I really want to read 🙂 so be prepared for a bunch of reviews as I get through them, and if you’re interested – come back and check out how I do with my book challenge.

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The aim of the 30 Day Book Challenge is to to try and post everyday for 30 days. On each of these days you answer one of the book related questions below. And that’s it! It’s really that simple! Why not try it for yourself? :)

 

DAY 1. – A book series you wish had gone on longer OR a book series you wish would just end already.
DAY 2. – Favorite side character.
DAY 3. – The longest book you’ve read.
DAY 4. – Book turned into a movie and completely desecrated.
DAY 5. – Your “comfort” book.
DAY 6. – Book you’ve read the most number of times.
DAY 7. – A guilty pleasure book.
DAY 8. – Most underrated book.
DAY 9. – Most overrated book.
DAY 10. – A book you thought you wouldn’t like but ended up loving.
DAY 11. – Favorite classic book.
DAY 12. – A book you wanted to read for a long time but still haven’t.
DAY 13. – A book that disappointed you.
DAY 14. –  Book that made you cry.
DAY 15. – A character who you can relate to the most.
DAY 16. – Most thought-provoking book.
DAY 17. – Author I wish people would read more.
DAY 18. – A book you wish you could live in.
DAY 19. – A favourite author.
DAY 20. – Favorite childhood book.
DAY 21. – Book you tell people you’ve read, but haven’t (or haven’t
actually finished).
DAY 22. – Least favourite plot device employed by way too many books you actually
enjoyed otherwise.
DAY 23. – Best book you’ve read in the last 12 months.
DAY 24. – Book you’re most embarrassed to say you like/liked.
DAY 25. – The most surprising plot twist or ending.
DAY 26. – Book that makes you laugh out loud.
DAY 27. – Book that has been on your “to read” list the longest.
DAY 28. – Favorite quote from a book.
DAY 29. – A book you hated.
DAY 30. – Book you couldn’t put down.

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5 responses to “The 30 Day Book Challenge

  1. Ahh…you don’t have to READ a book a day for 30 days, that’s a relief!

    • mel

      There’s no way I could do that (unless I was doing kids books, in which case I probably do more than one a day!)

      Next book in my TBR pile looks good 😉 it’s called Medusa

  2. *Squeeeeeals* You’re doing the 30 Day Book Challenge, YAY! I’m so excited. And I’m a favourite book blogger?!?! Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee *squeals even more*. Thank you. 😀

    I’ve been staring at psychology statistics all day so this has cheered me right up. Good luck with the challenge, I hope you enjoy it!

    (There’s probably way too many exclamation marks in this comment.)

    Ohh, and congrats on you’re writing, sounds like it’s going brilliantly. 🙂

    • mel

      lol – I think you’re the first person to squeal on my blog 🙂 Glad it was nicer than psychology stats – that sounds like lots of fun!

      And definitely yes – you’re one of my favourite book bloggers – I kind of feel like I’m back at uni again sometimes reading your posts, and I really loved your 30-day challenge and some of the thoughts that came out of it.

      • Ahaha and it was an honour. 😛

        Awwh thank you. Aha! I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, but it’s interesting that it has that effect!

        So glad you enjoyed the challenge, thanks for reading it. 🙂

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