What resolutions will you be making for the new year? The Book Riot team has issued the “2015 Read Harder Challenge.”
Bibliophiles are tasked with completing a series of 24 different tasks such as reading a book written by a person under the age of 25, reading a book that takes place in Asia, and reading a book that was originally published in another language. Participants can discuss their progress by sharing the #ReadHarder hashtag on social media and joining the “Read Harder Challenge” Goodreads group.
Here’s more about the challenge: “We encourage you to push yourself, to take advantage of this challenge as a way to explore topics or formats or genres that you otherwise wouldn’t try. But this isn’t a test. No one is keeping score and there are no points to post. We like books because they allow us to see the world from a new perspective, and sometimes we all need help even know which perspectives to try out. That’s what this is – a perspective shift – but one for which you’ll only be accountable to yourself.” Will you be taking on this challenge?