You can read all about the Popsugar reading challenge here or head straight to the printable version here.
I started the Popsugar challenge last year, and personally, I prefer it to the Read Harder Challenge. The categories are more mainstream and tend to lend themselves to easier reads. I’m all for branching out of your comfort zone, but I don’t want my reading to feel like work either.
I am excited to take on this challenge. I’m looking forward to recording my books and trying to check off each part of the challenge.
2019 marks the 5th year of the Read Harder Challenge piloted by Book Riot. This challenge encourages readers to read outside of their bubble, exploring new genres, voices and points of view.
There are 24 challenges, creating the expectation that participants will read approximately one book every two weeks.
Many of the categories are chosen as a direct result – and rebuttal – of American politics.
You can download a PDF copy from their website.
I have participated in this challenge for the last three years, but I am not planning to this year.
Are you going to take the challenge?
My goal for 2019 is to read 52 books, which is the same as my goal from last year. I have already read two books this year so technically I am slightly ahead of schedule.
What is your goal?