Bookish Resolutions Challenge: November Recap

November 30, 2015 Challenges 14

The 2015 Bookish Resolutions Challenge hosted by A Reader Lives A Thousand Lives and Because Reading is Better Than Real Life.

Every month on the 30th I will be doing my recap of that month. You can check out my goal post here. I finished all my goals, beside the first one which I failed early already. So for the remaining few months we’ll see how much further I can get.

November Recap

How are you doing with your (bookish) resolutions so far?

14 Responses to “Bookish Resolutions Challenge: November Recap”

    • Lola

      I actually dislike the monthly wrap-up posts as I am not making enough progress in a month to make them feel interesting, I much prefer the guarterly recaps I am doing for the new release challenge. So next years I am switching to quarterly recaps for all my challenges and then one recap posts for all my challenges. Might be a bit of a full post then, but I think that will work better than this.
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  1. Mary Kirkland

    Sounds like you are doing pretty good with yours. I only had one and that was to read 100 books this year. I’ve actually read more than that but I read a few anthologies and I count each anthology as one book so I have a few more to go.
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    • Lola

      Yes I am glad to be doing so well with all my goals, I did fail one challenge one of my goals for this one, but that’s okay. I usually count books in an anthologies also as seperate ones as long as they are also seperately available/ listed on goodreads.

    • Lola

      I didn’t realize you had your own business as well. What kind of publicity do you do for authors?
      It definitely was a good year for my business, I am hoping the next year will be even better.

  2. Sophia Rose

    Glad to see you stretching your reading to get in more cozies and historicals. Seeing this post reminds me that I need to do my end of the year challenge wrap-up post and how I did on my resolutions. It will be good on the one and ugly on the other. 😉
    But there is next year….
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    • Lola

      I am really happy with how I did with those two new to me genres. I know for sure that these are two genres I’ll keep reading. I also failed a few challenges, but that’s okay. And indeed there is always next year.

    • Lola

      The blog tours one might be the one I am most happy about. It’s so awesome to see how many more tours I organized compared with last year and I hope that trend continues next year. That’s strange to imagine you didn’t even knew about blogging when the year started. You can always set some goals next year :). And reaching your goodreads goal is awesome! I am always happy when I reach my goodreads goal and set one every year.
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