We’ve got 3 and 3/4ths months left in 2016 to complete our 2016 Reading Challenge for Goodreads, so I thought I’d take a moment to see how everyone’s doing! I did better than expected. The first challenge I participated in was last year. So this year I figured I’d set a goal I probably wouldn’t achieve…then I proved enough to myself that I read too much. Next year will be lower though. I’m going to cut back on the reading to work on some development things for the site.
I thought this little graphic was super neat. It depends on how you have your shelves laid out, but will tell you what you spent most of your time reading. Now, it’s not entirely accurate if you multi-shelf things like I do, but it’s still cool to see. If you want to see yours, just click on “my books” , then click on “stats” (which is right up there beside Batch Edit, Settings, and Print). Then click on “details” beside 2016 books read, and it will display automatically for you.
The 2016 Reading Challenge Survey
Please fill out the embedded survey from Google Forms. (I didn’t ask for any personal information. All I care
about is your reading. 🙂 )
I didn’t include these questions on the form, but I’m curious: For those of you that do participate in other reading challenges, what has been your favorite? Is it the ones that push you to read stuff you don’t normally read? Or reading x amount of books in a certain genre? Have you ever regretted entering a challenge?
Also, how is this year shaping up in comparison to last year? Are you doing better, the same, or worse?
My 7-year-old is wanting her own Goodreads account so she can do a Reading Challenge next year. I’m willing to do it for her. This should be fun. I’ve actually got an account already created for her, because I like the idea of keeping track of everything she reads since she was little, but it’s really hard to remember to check in and fill it out for her!
Thanks for participating!