As you all know I am hosting The Turtle Recall Discworld Reading Challenge. If you would like to read more about that you can find the information and sign-up post here. All of us joining want to read more Discworld but the added bonus of having a reading challenge and a goodreads group is that… Continue reading Turtle Recall / February Readalong / Poll Go Vote!
It is that time of year again where I look back at my jazzy stats of the previous year. 2019 is up for the counting and this will be the 5th time I am doing one of these which I find mighty interesting. Previous Years 2015 // 2016 // 2017 // 2018 Onto the… Continue reading Time to Crunch Some Numbers / Reading Statistics 2019
Now that most of the wrapping up of goals of 2019 is done It is time to start looking at my 2020 goals. Some new ideas here. I’ve let some ones go like reading classics and the like. I might look and see what I did read in that at the end of the year… Continue reading Stay Focused / 2020 Reading Goals
I was wondering for a while whether or not the hosts of 2019’s YARC would have another go at this reading challenge so I was pleased to see on January 2nd that yes they would be hosting it for another year. What is it about? The Year of the Asian Reading Challenge is all about… Continue reading Another Year of the ‘Year of the Asian Reading Challenge’ / #YARC2020
Already the 31st edition this year, on August 4th the Deventer Book Market will be held again. If you are new to this blog or if you have missed my general flailing at the start of each August, the Deventer Book Market is a book market of 6km in lenght and over 800 stands. All… Continue reading Go Prepared to Deventer Book Market
One of the reading challenges I found rather last minute was Noura’s Harry Potter Board Game Reading Challenge. I haven’t entirely prioritized it. Mostly I’ve just been looking to see where I could fit books as I go through each level. But since I hit the actual board game part that starts at level 5… Continue reading Going to Hogwarts – Harry Potter Board Game Reading Challenge Update
When it comes down to it, I have to admit that I am perhaps not the most loyal reader of Dutch authors. I get sidetracked to often by the pretty new things coming out in the international community. Even more so I rarely read outside of my comfort genre of fantasy. So when I get… Continue reading Getting My Book Signed by Thomas Olde Heuvelt