AtoZ Reading Challenge 2020

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This reading challenge is created and hosted by Megan and Crystal from GingerMomAndCompany and they’ve been doing this for three years now. I discovered it through Lili’s Blissful Pages and now will share it with you. This really shouldn’t be too difficult, should it? I even have the “Z” book already started!! Each week I will update this page to reflect my progress .I hope you will join in the fun too!

UPDATED THROUGH JANUARY

11 thoughts on “AtoZ Reading Challenge 2020

  1. I tried this a year ago, but I was also trying to read the physical books on my shelves at home. I also tied my hands by reading the alphabet in order. I did not finish I will try again this year, but with no stipulations. Good luck Mackey.

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    1. You were making it difficult for sure! I like that it forces you to read outside of your comfort zone. Good luck to you, too, Carla. I hope this time around is more enjoyable and you’re able to complete the alphabet! 🙂

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    1. I did a challenge like this on GR a few years ago and really enjoyed it. It forced me to read outside of my comfort zone. This time I already have XX and Zen Physics for the two most difficult letters so, hopefully, I’ll do okay. Maybe Queenie for the Q?

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    1. Thanks so much! I love these types of challenges and have done one on GR in the past. I’ve never gotten all the way through one, though, so I hope this year is a year for completion! Hope the same for you, too!

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  2. Mackay, you’re making great inroads on this challenge and I look forward to your ‘Z’ book. What about ‘X’?! I’ve been on the lookout for another reading challenge for this year and may well hop on board if that is okay! 😀

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    1. Thanks Annika. I’ve always enjoyed these types of challenges even though I’m not a challenge type reader by nature. I’m going to read, actually I am reading, XX. It’s about two married women who want to have a child of their own. They take an X cell from each of them and create a baby. While fiction, the research behind this is fascinating and these babies already exist today. Pretty awesome stuff. For Z, I have started reading Zen Physics. It is a beautifully written book about the zen of physics, non-fiction, which is something I’ve always been fascinated with. However, the science is so deep and mind boggling that I’m reading it super slowly. It literally may take until the end of the year to get through this book! But it’s worth it.

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      1. Wow! The two hardest letters all sorted and they sounds incredible books. I’ve put Zen Physics on my want list … I’m taken with it from just the first few pages but think this needs to be saved for a summer break! Enjoy … I have a feeling this will touch you deeply.

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