So instead of putting up a post each for the reading challenges I’ve joined this year, I decided to squish them all into one and update this at the end of each month! So apologies in advance if it gets a little congested in here towards the end of the year.

All monthly updates and reviews written will be in their linked in their own sections at the bottom of the post!



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CURRENT BADGE : Phillipine Tarsier (1-10 Books Read)



German Myth / Fairytale1001 NightsSherlock HolmesThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is 20206.jpg
Debut Author
Goodreads Award Winner
Edgar Allen Poe

Sirens or Mermaids

Jane AustenSet in SpacePOC Author
King ArthurAfrican Myth / FairytaleThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is blank3.png
500+ PagesPhantom of the Opera or Les Miserables

Middle Grade or Graphic Novel

MulanMythical Creature on CoverVillain Origin StorySouth American Myth / Fairytale
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Author Duo
Dracula or Frankenstein2020 ReleaseHades & PersephoneThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is 20204.jpg
Own Voices

โœ… JANUARY : Author Duo // Own Voices // Debut Author



4 โญ๏ธ // JANUARY
3 โญ๏ธ // JANUARY
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2 โญ๏ธ // JANUARY




๐Ÿง€ Tweet Cute // Emma Lord
๐Ÿฆ‹ Seven Deadly Shadows // Courtney Alameda & Valynn E. Maetani

I’m so so glad most of the books I picked for all these categories ended up being great reads. 10/10 would recommend Tweet Cute, Seven Deadly Shadows and Loveboat, Taipei! And it’s so satisfying seeing the “x books ahead of schedule” message gr displays cos it makes you feel like you’re on track to achieving/beating your goal. Hopefully I manage to keep up this pace with the next few months too!


How are you guys going with your reading challenges? Do you kinda need to step up your game or have you set the bar high for the following months? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!! ๐Ÿ’—


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Published by Mayumi @ The Quotex

Reading 24/7 or Sleeping 24/7. There's no in between.


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