The 2015 Reading Challenge

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I love books.  They’ve been a constant companion.  We have four bookcases at home – one solely for cookbooks (and I’ve got some hidden in a cupboard too!), one full of my books, one for the boy’s books and one with a mix of texts, my books and Mr’s books.  The poor fellow hardly gets any space. Books (and maybe shoes) are my ultimate consumer weakness.  Though I do love the library too there’s nothing quite like the smell of a new book.  The pile of books pictured above is my to be read pile as at last week.

I came across this reading challenge late last year and am going to try my best to complete it though at 52 books I know it’ll be tough. I will include children’s books too so it may be achievable! 🙂  I’ll be sharing what I read here. Fun times ahead.  If you read anything awesome please do let me know?

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5 thoughts on “The 2015 Reading Challenge

    1. catbeloverly Post author

      Me too lovely! I read so much on my phone and should really read proper books more! I would love to get your recommendations too. If you are on Good Reads look me up!! x

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  1. Natalie

    I love this idea! I’m a shoes and books girl too, with more of both than I’d ever publicly admit to, and love the smell of really old books as much as new… now I just sound weird! Have given myself the challenge this year of reading more books (so far, so good!) so I should join you on this. xx

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