2023 Children’s Book Reading Challenge…for Adults!

The 2023 Children’s Book Reading Challenge…for Adults! (#2023ChildrensBooksChallenge) is hosted by Belle’s Library, and runs from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.

What books qualify for this challenge is up to you. Any title found in the children’s section of a library or bookstore, and classics for the whole family. My goal is to focus on Young Reader and Middle Grade books. For more details and official rules, visit the sign-up post on Belle’s Library blog.

My goal will be 12 books completed. I will keep track of my progress below:

2023 Nonfiction Reader Challenge

The Nonfiction Reader Challenge (#ReadNonFicChal) is hosted by Book’d Out, and runs from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.

The aim of this challenge is to add nonfiction books to your reading in 2023. You can read books from different categories, or choose your own nonfiction titles. You may set your own goal or pick from different levels. For more details and official rules, visit the sign-up post on Book’d Out blog.

My goal is Nonfiction Grazer (six books), though I may switch to Nonfiction Nibbler depending on the different subjects I pick. I will keep track of my progress below:

The TBR 23 in ’23 Challenge

The TBR 23 in ’23 Challenge (#TBR23in23) is hosted by Rose City Reader, and runs from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.

The goal of this challenge is to read 23 books from your TBR shelves in 2023. Any books that were on your shelf (or eReader) prior to January 1, 2023 count, and they can be paper, digital, or audio books. No need to pick all of the books now unless you want to! For official rules, visit the sign-up post on Rose City Reader blog.

I will keep track of my progress to 23 below:

  1. THE LAST PARTY by Clare Mackintosh
  2. YOU BELONG HERE NOW by Dianna Rostad

2023 Library Love Challenge

The Library Love Challenge is hosted by Books of My Heart and Angel’s Guilty Pleasures, and runs from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.

This challenge lets readers show love for their biblioteca by reading at least 12 books from the library in any format. There are different levels to aim for, from Dewey Decimal to Library Card on Fire, but 12 books is the minimum! For official rules, visit the sign-up post on Books of My Heart or Angel’s Guilty Pleasures.

My goal is the Dewey Decimal Level — 12 books. I will keep track of my progress below:

NetGalley and Edelweiss Reading Challenge 2023

The NetGalley and Edelweiss Reading Challenge is hosted by Socrates’ Book Reviews and runs from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.

This challenge was created to help bloggers/reviewers tackle their NetGalley and Edelweiss commitments. I’m also including books that I won through LibraryThing’s Early Reviewers program. There are different levels to aim for, from Bronze to Diamond! For official rules, visit the sign-up post on Socrates’ Book Reviews blog.

My goal is the Silver Level — 25 books. I will keep track of my progress below:

  1. THE WRITING RETREAT by Julia Bartz
  2. WINED AND DIED IN NEW ORLEANS by Ellen Byron
  3. YOU BELONG HERE NOW by Dianna Rostad