Thrifty Thursday Challenge 2023

When I read the theme of the Thrifty Thursday Challenge, then I couldn’t resist. The purpose of this challenge is to read a book that was free at one point.

Since I download a ton of free books on my Kindle, I hope this challenge will help me tackle my ever-growing list of free reads!

My goal is to read at least 20 books for this challenge.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate, on Books Of My Heart.

  1. American Coven by Amy Cross
  2. The Devil, The Witch and The Whore (The Deal Trilogy Book #1) by Amy Cross
  3. One Star (A Horror Story) by Amy Cross
  4. The Haunting of Hurst House (Mercy Willow Book 1) by Amy Cross
  5. The Blood House (The Blood and Gore Collection) by Amy Cross

 

Bookish Books Reading Challenge 2023

Another challenge I’m participating in this year is the Bookish Books Reading Challenge. I decided to participate because I really liked the team.

For this challenge, you have to read books that have something to do with books. Anything from the main character being an author, to the couple meeting in the library, to whatever book-related your book has to offer.

To keep things chill, I’m going for the lowest level: Toe in the Door: 1-10 books read.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Bloggin’ Bout Books.

  1. One Star (A Horror Story) by Amy Cross

The Project Backlist Reading Challenge 2023

Who doesn’t have a backlist the size of Mount Everest? That’s why I’m going to participate in the Project Backlist Reading Challenge this year.

The goal is straightforward: read your owned TBR.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Reader Voracious.

I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

  1. American Coven by Amy Cross
  2. The Devil, The Witch and The Whore (The Deal Trilogy Book #1) by Amy Cross
  3. One Star (A Horror Story) by Amy Cross
  4. The Blood House (The Blood and Gore Collection) by Amy Cross

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2023

Another reading challenge I’m going to participate in this year is the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge.

For this challenge, you have to read books in the historical fiction genre. This can be historical romance, historical mystery, fantasy, young adult, even historical non-fiction.

I’m aiming for 5 books in this challenge, which would make me a Renaissance Reader.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on The Adventures of an Intrepid Reader.

I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

Cloak & Dagger Reading Challenge 2023

Despite fluking last year, and the year before that, this year I’m determined to participate in the Cloak & Dagger Challenge again.

For this challenge, any book in the mystery / suspense / thriller / crime genre counts toward the goal. Books need to be at least 100 pages long.

I’m aiming for 16-25 books in the Cloak & Dagger challenge, which is called the Detective level.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Carol’s Notebook.

I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

Netgalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge 2019

I participated in the Netgalley & Edelweiss Challenge for the last few years now, with varying degrees of success. Last year, I only managed to read a small number of books for this challenge.

But let’s not dwell on the past. I’m going for Silver level again this year, which means I have to read 25 books.

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Reading Between The Pages

I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

Cloak and Dagger Reading Challenge 2019

I’ve participated in the Cloak and Dagger Reading Challenge for the past few years, and I usually win the challenge (or enjoying trying to win it…) so I decided to sign up again.

For this challenge, you have to read mystery / crime / thriller / suspense books. This year, I’m aiming for level Detective, which means I have to read between 16 and 25 books. Wish me luck!

You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Books, Movies, Reviews, Oh My!

I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

  1. Haunted Blood by Elik Katzav
  2. A Trace of Revenge by Lyle Howard
  3. Where Shadows Meet by Nathan Ronen
  4. The Sanctity of Sloth by Greta Boris

A to Z Reading Challenge 2019


Last year, I participated in the A To Z Reading Challenge for the first time and although I didn’t win, I really enjoyed it, so I signed pu again this year. For this challenge, you have to read your way through the alphabet.
You can find out more about the challenge or sign up to participate on Ginger Mom Reads.
I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

Beat The Backlist Challenge 2019


I participated in the Beat The Backlist Challenge last year, and signed up again. I didn’t complete my goals last year, so this is my second try.
For this challenge, you can set your own reading goal, so I’m once again aiming for 20 books.
You can find out more about the challenge or sign up to participate on Novel Knight.
I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

  1. Malta, The Ultimate Island by Amit Offir
  2. Haunted Blood by Elik Katzav
  3. Psy’s Last Mission by Jacob Steinberg
  4. A Trace of Revenge by Lyle Howard
  5. When I Fall, I Shall Rise by Dan Shtauber
  6. Dolphins Don’t Run Marathons by Sam Brand
  7. Turn Your Dental Practice into a Successful Business by Gabriel Asulin
  8. The Little Prince by Yoram Selbst

New Release Reading Challenge 2019


I’ve been participating in the New Release challenge for a few years now. Last year, I aimed to read 61-100 new books, and I ended up reading 72, meaning I succeeded! With the challenge being so successful, of course I wanted to sign up again for this year.
You can find out more about the challenge, or sign up to participate on Unconventional Book Views.
This year, I’m aiming for level 3 again, namely to read 61-100 new books this year (New Release Veteran). Fingers crossed!
I will keep track of my progress here, and on my main reading challenges page.

  1. Where Shadows Meet by Nathan Ronen
  2. The Secret of Israel’s Power by Uzi Eilam
  3. The Sacred Artifact by Caldric Blackwell