Jan Reading Goals

January 1, 2018 Blog, Challenges 12





2018 Challenges that correspond to the goals!


January’s discussions:

Book Blog Discussion & Blog All About It #LetsDiscuss2018 

  • New Year’s Reading Resolutions!
  • Winter: Jan’s prompt
  • Scooby Doo moment in mysteries.


Reading List 3 books a week:






Do you have plans for reading this Jan?

12 Responses to “Jan Reading Goals”

  1. Ichabod Temperance

    Have fun reading Terry Pratchett!

    ‘Treasure Island’ remains my favorite Robert Louis Stevenson novel. {Moreso than ‘Kidnapped’ or ‘Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde.}

    • Christina

      My hubby would agree with you! I’m working on Kidnapped and it’s not grabbing me like I hoped, but I’m going to stick with it. Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde was one of my favorites in High School, so I’ll prob try that one again later this year sometime. But I have never read Treasure Island. If my interest continues to wane for Kidnapped, I may just pick that one up instead!

      Goal for Terry Pratchett is to read EVERY SINGLE Discworld novel this year. It’s going to be fabulous!

  2. Joy Weese Moll

    I should have a plan like that. But, at the moment, I just have a stack of books that I want to get to. Starting with the one where I’m leading an in-person book discussion this month.

    • Christina

      Leading an in-person book discussion sounds exciting. I just recently came across a book club in my tiny town that I cannot wait to get to! What book are you leading the discussion on? Good luck with your stack of books. That’s the best way to make a list!

      • Joy Weese Moll

        Our book specializes on books on race in America. This month we’re reading Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann. It’s the most engaging nonfiction book I’ve read in a long time. I’m really looking forward to our discussion!

        • Christina

          Wow! I looked it up and I have to say, it sounds amazing. I’m going to need to get that one soon. Sounds heavy!

  3. Mallory @ SHeisBookish

    I need to be more organized in my monthly reads! I think I’m still on this “getting back to blogging” rush since taking a break over the holidays – I haven’t even started my first book of the year yet! 🙂

    P.S. Not sure what’s going on, but when I click on the “Home Button” on your banner menu it takes me to “creating-serenity.com” instead of the home page:)

    P.P.S Also not sure if I’ve told you this before, but I LOVE your blog theme. All those cute puppies 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Christina

      Thank you Mallory! I just switched from creating-serenity to Ruff Day Reviews so I’m still trying to find any links I may have missed. Obviously there are still a few!

      To be honest, I love, love, love writing lists out. The trick is to actually make myself follow those lists! We’ll see how it goes!

    • Christina

      I’m working on it! I don’t always follow my plans, but I do love making them! Plus, during readathons, being able to jump to my list when a book isn’t hitting my spots, is a reading life saver! Then I can just move along instead of worrying about what to read next. 😀

  4. Kristen @ Metaphors and Moonlight

    You’re so organized, I love it! I’m too much of a mood reader to plan out what books I’ll read. As for posts, I have lots ready to go, but I usually end up waiting until like the night before to decide which one I feel like scheduling lol.