This week’s topic is all about our book related goals for 2018. I’m not usually one to set too many goals for book related things, but I thought this would be a good way to get me out of my comforts zone more. Here are 10 of my bookish related goals for 2018.
Read 100 Books
I feel like 100 books is a really solid number for me, and it’s something that is achievable. It averages to about 2 books a week, which is something that I think I’ll definitely be able to do.
Listen to more Audiobooks
I really haven’t explored audiobooks much and that’s a shame, because it can be such a good format if you find the right book. I’m doing a re-read of the Harry Potter series, first time listening on audio, and it’s really great so far! I think the key for audiobooks for me, is that I enjoy them best if it’s a re-read.
Read a Graphic Novel
Graphic novels is another medium that I’ve never really explored, and something I definitely want to. PLEASE RECOMMEND YOUR FAVORITE GRAPHIC NOVELS BELOW!
Read a Classic
I’m not the biggest fan of classics, I haven’t really read any outside of school. But I’d like to pick up at least one this year.
Read more adult books
I’ve dabbled in adult books, mainly YA crossover appeal books, but I’d like to reach for more adult books this year. I know there are quite a few adult SFF books that I want to read.
Read More Novels in Verse
Read a non-fiction book
I’ve only read a handful of non-fiction books, mostly biographies of celebrities I like, and I’d like to expand my non-fiction scope this year.
Re-Read 10 books
I love re-reading books, and last year I re-read 7 books. I’d like to do a bigger amount this year. (As I said about I’m re-reading Harry Potter, so I know I’ll at least match last years number)
Read more anthologies
I really got into anthologies last year and I know there are quite a few coming out that I’m excited for. I just like getting exposed to so many different author’s writing.
Read a play
This goes along with classics sort of. I haven’t read a play that wasn’t required for school, and I want to pick one of this year.
What are some of your bookish goals for 2018? Share below!