In 2012 I set myself a challenge of reading and blogging about one book every two weeks.
I managed to read and blog about 24 books instead of the required 26 – although the reviews didn’t come every two weeks and there was a flurry of them at the end. Surprisingly, the reading wasn’t the hard part, the blogging was.
It’s now time to set myself a challenge for 2013.
I don’t read much non-fiction, yet my bookshelf contains many, many non-fiction books I’ve bought with the intention of immersing myself in them.
So this year, I will try and read 12 non-fiction books. It’s a tall order, since among those on my shelf waiting to be read are autobiographies by Bill Clinton and Hilary Clinton – the former’s book clocks in at a whopping 957 pages, plus picture pages, acknowledgements and an index. By comparison, Hilary’s is JUST 539 pages.
|Bill Clinton’s autobiography taking up masses up of room on my bookshelf.|
So yes, that’s my reading challenge for the year. And if you’ve got any non-fiction books you think I should read, let me know.