For the past several days, I’ve been trying to decide what reading plans/goals I want to set for 2020. One thing I knew for sure was that I want to challenge myself to read outside my usual go-to genres (romance, fantasy, YA).
And then I stumbled upon Lucy the Reader’s classics reading challenge for 2020.
#ClassicsCommunity 2020 Reading Challenge
- the group on Goodreads
- you can set your own goals or do the minimum of reading twelve classics during the year
As of today, my plan is to read twelve classics by female authors over the course of 2020. Over the next few days, I’ll be compiling a list of authors and their novels, with preference given to the books I haven’t read yet.
I’m excited to challenge myself next year!
What about you? Do you have any specific reading goals for 2020? Are you participating in any reading challenges?
3 responses to “2020 Reading Goals Part 1”
All the best for your challenge! I have never been able to read classics, not my cup of tea. All the very best to you, though!!
This is a great challenge to set for yourself! I started reading classics heavily a few years ago, and have found some incredible books – I had never read Austen until 5 years ago and now she’s one of my favorite authors. Good luck!
Thank you! I got a beautifully bound collection of Austen novels earlier this year, and I can’t wait to read the books of hers I haven’t gotten to yet.
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