Find out more and sign up here.The other day I asked on Twitter about any reading challenges you guys knew were happening in 2016. I got some really interesting answers, so I thought I’d ever so kindly share the list with you.

  • Books of Amber’s Goodreads Awards challenge which encourages people to read as many of the finalists for this year’s Goodreads awards as they can during 2016. Baring in mind how many great books were nominated, this certainly seems like a good idea. Find out more information and sign up here.
  • Popsugar’s Ultimate Reading Challenge 2016 which includes a whole host of categories to try and read books from such as a romance set in the future, a book translated into English and a New York Times best seller.  Check out the website for the full list here.
  • Mel @ The Daily Prophecy is hosting the (Fairy Tale) Retelling Challenge 2016, which is where you aim to read as many fairy tale or mythology, myths, legends or folk tale retelling as possible. There are so many really interesting looking retellings out there, this seems like a wonderful idea! You can find more information and sign up here.
  • Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl is hosting the 2016 Debut Authors Challenge, which I’m definitely signing up for because there are so many great books coming out from debut authors in 2016 and I can’t wait to read them all. This will be a fab opportunity to connect with other people who are also reading these great books and a way to seem like you’ve done awesome in a challenge. Sign up and find out more information here.
  • Shari @ Delighted Reader is hosting the 2016 Review Writing Challenge which is perfect if you’re like me and struggle to be motivated to write reviews. It sounds like a fab idea to encourage you actually get your butt in gear and write those reviews that are piling up around you on post it notes. Find out more and sign up here.
  • Nicole @ Feed your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It starts at Midnight are hosting the Book Blog Discussion Challenge, where you aim to host as many bookish or bloggy discussions on your blog over the year of 2016. I think this is a great idea as discussion posts are often lots of fun to read and write but they certainly don’t feature that much on my blog. Find out more and sign up here.
  • And finish off my list of fabulous bookish challenges for 20176. we have the 2016 Challenge Challenge hosted by Maggie @ The Novel Orange. The basic aim is to complete as many reading or blogging challenges as possible during 2016. A perfect way to end my list! Find out more information and sign up here.