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Let’s Discuss: What Are Your 2015 Reading Goals?

It’s December 31. The day we are literally forced to think about the future and what he hope/dream/desire the next year will bring.

I think I speak for all of us when I say, we hope/dream/desire MORE BOOKS!

Let’s Discuss: What Are Your 2015 Reading Goals?

So, let’s discuss: what are your 2015 reading goals?!

Quick note: The graphic you see below can be edited with your own book challenge reading goals HERE. Just click “Edit” and fill in the book number! If you share it on social media, feel free to tag me @lisamparkin or on your blog, links are appreciated!

How many books are you going to read?

This is pretty straightforward – how many books are you challenging yourself to read?

I mentioned in here, but I’m pledging to read 100 books. This is crazy town for me, but I need to step up my reading game!

read breathe relax reading goals 2015

To all you folks who normally read more than 100 books a year, kudos to you. That’s incredible. Honestly, 20 books is great too. Reading is reading and no matter how many books you finish!

Are you participating in any reading challenges?

Are you pledging to read more diverse books or are you following a set plan?

I really liked a reading challenge I saw PopSugar. There’s a snippet below, but you can download the full challenge HERE.

2015 reading challenge pop sugar

Here are a few other reading challenges that may interest you:

Don’t forget to download your reading challenge image for your blog or social media!

Tell me what your reading plans are for 2015!

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I'm a hardcore lover of young adult fiction and have been reviewing books since 2011. Other interests include Downton Abbey, heat lightning storms, Harry Potter land and (begrudingly) one orange tabby.
  • Ash of Typing Tiara

    I’m planning on lowering my usual challenge of two hundred books to one hundred because I just can’t keep that pace up with the way my life is going and I’d rather be enjoying my time reading rather than stressing that I’m not going to hit the goal that I want. I’m also going to attempt the PopSugar challenge because it looks like a lot of fun. [:

  • Sadly, I only read 8 books this year. Next year, my goal is at least 24. I’ve started an online reading group, so that should help. I have plenty of books on my TBR shelf to get me going. I’d love to post the graphic to my blog/FB page, but I don’t see an edit button. Happy New Year!

  • Jen

    I am lowering my goal to 50 books this year but I am attempting the challenge from PopSugar!

  • I’m hoping to read 50 books in 2015, which is down from the 85 books I wanted to read this year (but didn’t). If I can read 50, I’ll be happy.

  • Good post! I am pledging to read 100 books. I read 160 books in 2014, but my original goal was 50. I just want to make sure I don’t read just to get a quota in. I don’t want it to become a chore. I am doing a Banned Books Challenge, a TBR Pile Challenge, a New to You Reading Challenge and Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge. I am trying to diversify my reading in 2015!

  • This year my goal is to read 150 books. I am also going to participate in some other reading challenges – I’m still deciding which ones. πŸ™‚

  • My goal is 50 this year! I read 100 a couple years ago, but it’s been hard with a new baby in the house ah! I read 31 last year, but my goal was 20 pretty proud of that haha!

  • Oh, what a cute image you made – thanks for sharing it. πŸ™‚ My goal this year is 80 books (again).

    “Reading is reading and no matter how many books you finish!” THIS. I think a lot of folk get intimidated by reading challenges because so, so many people are big in the bookish community can read upwards of 100 titles per year, but that’s actually way higher than what the average person is able to fit in.

  • I’m sticking to 50 books, but my main goal is to get better about DNF books and comfortable with it happening and not trying to force it! -L

  • sw

    I never do the reading challenges. To me reading isn’t about numbers, it’s about what I’m getting from the books I read. Am I enjoying them? Am I spending more time reading than I spend wasting my time on less satisfying activities?

    That said, I usually do about 60 to 100 books in a year. Last year I read 36 print books and listened to 61 audiobooks.

    My reading goal, if you want to call it that, is to finish some of the books that I’m in the middle of. I read a lot of books at the same time. This is fine, but I’ve got a couple in there that I really need to finish.