13 August 2017

#TheReadingQuest Reading Challenge

It was when I was at YALC that I first discovered #TheReadingQuest. It popped up on my timeline on Twitter and I was like "Oh?" and then Kelly was off explaining about the amazing reading challenges that Read At Midnight hosts. And I knew I had to join in.


I'm not able to make a fancy graphic, my poor wee laptop just wouldn't be able to take it, but CW from Read Think Ponder made the most beautiful artwork for the quest. Hopefully I can somehow make up a card before the quest ends! I'll post here if I manage it.

The Reading Quest runs from 13th August to 10th September and I am planning to read A LOT for it. Especially as there is a cheeky bank holiday coming up, and I plan on spending it all reading.

I'm starting as a Rogue, but may try Mage as well!
I will be following the Rogue path and completing as many side quests as I can. I am really going for it with this challenge. It will not be easy, I will be pushing myself outside of my comfort zone, but I think I can definitely tackle my TBR and those side quests I have my eye on.

My Reading Quest Rogue TBR
✔ A banned book (audiobook)
Northern Lights by Philip Pullman

A book cover with a partially obscured face
Pantomime by Laura Lam

✔ A book with <500 ratings on Goodreads (currently 189 ratings)

✔ A book published by a small press
Needlework by Deirdre Sullivan

✔ A book with a one word title
Magnolia by Maria Dahvana Headley


My Reading Quest Side Quest TBR
✔ Respawn - Read a book you previously DNF (audiobook)
A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

✔ Multiplayer - Buddy read a book
There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

✔ Potions - A book concocted by 2+ authors
Mirror, Mirror by Cara Delevingne with Rowan Coleman



Are you taking part? What would you read?


3 comments:

  1. Game of Thrones is a great book, I hope you'll enjoy it!

    And this challenge looks fun!!

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    1. There's still time to join in too :)

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  2. You are such a ROGUE!! I've chosen the Knight because I could fit 4 of the prompts to my ARCs or NetGalley backlog haha.

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