Category: Challenges

Challenge: A Decade Of Award Winners

Challenge: A Decade Of Award Winners

Posted 14 February, 2015 by Rinn in Challenges / 10 Comments

I’m always up for new challenges, as well as finding some great new science fiction and fantasy – so why not combine them? I’ve decided to challenge myself to read the past decade of award winners for the following awards: Hugo, Nebula, British Science Fiction Association, Mythopoeic, Locus Science Fiction, Locus Fantasy, British Fantasy Society, […]

Challenge: Review Copy Cleanup

Challenge: Review Copy Cleanup

Posted 1 February, 2014 by Rinn in Challenges / 6 Comments

After my worries earlier this week about my Netgalley ratio, I have been introduced to the perfect solution by several people: the February Review Copy Cleanup hosted by Vicky @ Biscuits and Tea and Celine @ Nyx Book Reviews. These lovely ladies are challenging each other, and other bloggers, to read as many review copies […]

Challenge: TBR Pile 2013 Challenge Progress

Challenge: TBR Pile 2013 Challenge Progress

Posted 31 March, 2013 by Rinn in Challenges / 1 Comment

  I am currently taking part in the 2013 TBR Pile Reading Challenge, and as of yet have not written any progress posts, so I’m taking the chance to make one now! My goal was  to read 15 books over the year, from a list of 30. You can view my original post here, which […]

Challenge: 2013 TBR Pile Challenge

Challenge: 2013 TBR Pile Challenge

Posted 9 January, 2013 by Rinn in Challenges / 5 Comments

I am continuing this challenge throughout 2014, as I hope to have read all 30 books by the end of the year. I have decided to join the 2013 TBR Pile Reading Challenge, which runs from 1st January – 31st December 2013. You can read the rules and join the challenge here. There is also […]

Challenge: The Classics

Challenge: The Classics

Posted 21 October, 2012 by Rinn in Challenges / 6 Comments

I have read some of them at least! I have decided to set myself another challenge – to read more classics! There is not a strict timeframe. I suppose what makes a book a ‘classic’ is very open to interpretation – but for me it’s something that’s well known, generally an older book, and has […]