#2016HW | My 2016 Reading Assignment List

January 1, 2016 Reading Assignment Challenge 12

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My 2016 Reading Assignment List

    1. Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch Read October 2016
    2. Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout Read July 2016
    3. Landry Park by Bethany Hagen Read April 2016
    4. The Luminary by Elle J. RossiStarted in November, finished at end of December…. Can this count for December then?
    5. Deeper by Robin York Read August (finished Sept 2 though*sigh*)
    6. Get Even by Gretchen McNeil Read September 2016
    7. Bitten by a Hellcat by Felicity Heaton Read January 2016
    8. Death Before Daylight by Shannon A. Thompson Read February 2016
    9. Flintlock by Ashley Nixon
    10. The Rogue You Know by Shana Galen Read May 2016
    11. What to Do With a Duke by Sally MacKenzie>Read June 2016
    12. White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. ArmentroutRead March 2016

    My 2016 Reading Assignment Goals

    You may notice that instead of 24 books, I’m going for 12 this year. That’s because of how badly I failed the challenge last year. Two books a month sounds easy, but in reality it can be quite hard. So this year I’m going for 12 books and you’ll see them in my month My TBR List. That way I’m getting two birds with one stone (though I’d never throw stones at birds!). The first six books are books that I got at RT last year, since one of my goals this year is to read at least 6 books that I got at RT 2015. The other 6 books are review books that I need to read (and want to). The real challenge here is that I have only 3 audiobooks on the list and I tend to do better reading audiobooks. Wish me luck, I may need it!
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    Berls has been a book lover her whole life. She reads pretty much every genre and is currently working hard at making her childhood dream of becoming an author come true. She loves sharing her thoughts about books, blogging, and just random fun stuff. She's a challenge and read-a-thon junkie, so it's no wonder that she loves co-hosting the COYER reading challenge. Leave a comment, Berls is always happy to chat!

12 Responses to “#2016HW | My 2016 Reading Assignment List”

  1. Bookworm Brandee

    I seriously considered only doing 12 this year, Berls. It is hard to fit in books sometimes. I like your list and realized that those 6 were from RT because I have them on my shelves as well – and even one or two on my #2016HW challenge list. 😀

    I hope you’re feeling good, relaxed, recharged and ready for 2016. It’s going to be a good year. I just know it! I’m sorry I’ve been MIA. Working those 3 weeks before Christmas was rough – and I wanted to spend every free minute I had with James and the kids. But this week we have to return to reality so I’ll be back to visiting regularly. Happy 2016, my friend!! <3
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    • Berls
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      Don’t worry – I’ve been lousy at visiting for months. I really hope that’s about to change. I’ve been working hard the past week to get blog related things caught up and hopefully – starting tomorrow – I’ll be much better at visiting 🙂
      I guess I need to check out your 2016HW list and see which ones we have in common! Maybe we can do a read along? In the summer maybe… Idk, it’s a thought. Any who happy 2016! HUGS 🙂

    • Berls
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      My thoughts exactly! It’s not like I won’t read other books this year just because they aren’t on the list right?! Lol! Happy new year Melanie 🙂

    • Berls
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      Yay, I’m hoping I will too 🙂
      Yep! The plugin is called Better Click To Tweet and it’s by Ben Meredith.

  2. kayk597

    Happy New Year, have a great 2016 and good luck on your reading. I know you’ll get’er done.

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