Did I mention the Goodreads Winter Reading Challenge is epic?
With any reading challenge, I always tackle the high point tasks first. Predominantly, because if I'm not going to read all the books, I want to finish the challenge with as many points as humanly possible.
I'm back with the third instalment of my reading list for the Goodreads Winter Reading Challenge, and today it's all about the 15 pointers.
I'm back to share the second slice of my reading list for the Goodreads Winter Challenge. This time I'm keeping it to the 10 pointers - enjoy!
Yes, I know, reading-challenge-whore over here. Actually, do you know what? I'm NOT.
While last month was a month of prolific reading, this month has been the opposite. Because I haven't had time off entirely devoted to reading? Perhaps. Because I've been focusing on hibernation, Christmas shopping and All The Work? Also possible. Because I've been working my way through some seriously epic reads? Even MORE possible.
Readers, assemble! I think we can all agree that the most commonly spewed (and most infuriating) comment from the non-reading community is "Oh, I don't have time to read." It just screams "If you were a productive member of society you would be doing something useful with your time, not dicking about with your nose in a book." Yeah well you iron your sheets, we all have issues.