Well, it’s already the middle of January, so it looks like the days continue to fly by! How’s your reading life going so far this year? I’ve read a couple of books so far, but have a long list of titles I’d like to dive into… so a challenge to focus and stretch my reading is always a good idea!
For 2022, I’m once again doing the A to Z Challenge. This was formerly a hosted challenge, but not this year… so if you like, consider this an invitation to join! If you want to read along with an alphabet challenge of your own, drop a note in the comments!
This will be my running post that I will update and link back to throughout the year. Below, I’ll list the alphabetical challenge and continue to come back and add books as I check letter off the list. I’ll also share some overall reading goals, and at the end of the post, I’ll add any mini challenges I complete throughout the year.
Bookmark this, and check back anytime to see my progress! (If I have a review here on the blog I’ll link it after the title… otherwise you can check out my Goodreads page for ratings!)
The Biblio Blonde’s 2022 Reading Goals
Overall reading goals, all through Goodreads:
Goodreads 2022 Challenge: 60 Books total (9/20: 80 Completed – WOW!)
Net Galley Challenge: 20 Books (9/20: 16 Completed)
“Clean out the Closet” TBR Challenge: 30 Books (9/20: 23 Completed)
2022 A to Z Challenge
A: Animal Farm by George Orwell
B: The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie
C: The Change by Kirsten Miller
D: The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware
G: A Glimmer of a Clue by Daryl Wood Gerber
H: The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune
I: In Five Years by Rebecca Serle
M: The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie
P: Peanut Butter Panic by Amanda Flower
R: Reading People by Anne Bogel
S: A Sprinkling of Murder by Daryl Wood Gerber
T: They Do It With Mirrors by Agatha Christie
U: Under Lock and Skeleton Key by Gigi Pandian
V: The Vanishing Type by Ellery Adams
W: Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister
X: X by Jack Croxall (Short story, so I may replace later in the year!)
Y: The Younger Wife by Sally Hepworth
Z: Zero Hour for Gen X by Matthew Hennessey
Please feel free to share what you’re reading and any fun challenges you’re participating in this year. Happy reading!
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