2015 Reading Challenge Checklist (and free printable!)

Happy (almost) New Year! What better way to kick off a year of reading with a new 2015 reading challenge? I’ve put together a checklist of 32 criteria for books, along with a printable, for the year.

As I’ve said before, I participated in the Empty Shelf Challenge in 2014. I read a total of 50 books. Here’s a pic of my fullΒ shelf now:
My Not-So-Empty Shelf at the end of 2014

For 2015, I’ve set a goal of 50 books and created my own reading challenge! I’ve created a printable one, so please feel free to join me in 2015! I was inspired by this challenge, as well as a few other ones I found on Pinterest and some fun Twitter convos.

To start off the year, I’m also participating in Kami, Jenni, and Suey’s read-along of Elizabeth Gaskell’s “North and South” this January. If you’d like to join our Twitter and/or blog chats about it, please do!

Also, fellow bloggers Cassie and Jamie are hosting their very own 2015 Jody Hedlund Challenge! They are working their way through Jody’s books each month with a discussion post. I hope to join in on it sometime πŸ™‚

Here’s my free printable checklist! Feel free to join in and use the hashtag #TGM2015ReadingChecklist on social media. If you do, please leave me a comment so I can keep up with your progress, too!

Courtney's 2015 Reading Checklist.docx

Click the image to open the .pdf printable. Enjoy!

 

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11 thoughts on “2015 Reading Challenge Checklist (and free printable!)

  1. Oh how fun! I did a lot of these challenges this past year but I guess that doesn’t count huh? I will definitely try my best! I’m looking forward to finding an author with my initials (RAG)…..

    • I’m so glad you’re joining in, Rayleigh! Yay for reading several of these last year. This way, we can keep up with a list πŸ™‚ Yes, I think finding an author with the same initials will be the most challenging, but fun!

  2. Looks like Empty Shelf Challenge was a success! Your shelf looks amazing :). And I love the challenge you’ve put together– that’s an awesome printable! Looks like a fun list.

    Thanks for the shout-out, Courtney! I so appreciate your support!

    • Thank you for the recommendation! That one looks fun. I haven’t read any of her work before, but I do love the movie Pollyanna!

  3. Pingback: My Favorite Reads of 2015 | The Green Mockingbird

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