Reading Challenge Update

Somehow February is already done. I don’t even really know how it happened since I swear it just started, but here I am again with another reading challenge update.

Monthly Motif is a reading challenge hosted by girlxoxo.

February’s theme was cover love and I read two books for this prompt:

March’s theme is royalty, kingdom, empires, governments and please feel free to recommend something for me! I’m sure I have plenty of books on my TBR that fit this theme, but I’m drawing a blank right now.

I read a total of 22 books in February, which is a lot better than I did in January. I’m currently 16 books ahead in my goal of reading 100 books this year.

Popsugar hosts a reading challenge every year. You can find out more information on their website.

Eleven of the books I read in February counted toward the Popsugar Reading Challenge. The prompts I checked off in February include:

I ended up checking off a lot more of the Popsugar prompts in February than I thought I would!

Romanceopoly is a reading challenge hosted by Under the Covers and Peace Love Books.

I’ll be honest — I’m not doing too well at the Romanceopoly reading challenge. I checked off two prompts in February. I’m going to have to plan this one out better in the coming months, or there’s no way I’ll ever finish!

The prompts I checked off were:

Modern Mrs. Darcy hosts a reading challenge every year. You can find more information on the website.

I might not have done so great with Romanceopoly in February, but Modern Mrs. Darcy is almost done! I checked off seven prompts and only have four left.

The prompts I completed include:

Once again, I waited until the very last second to finish three books that I’ve owned for more than three months, but I did finally succeed. The books I read in February were:


How are you doing on your reading challenges? Do you have any recommendations for me? Let’s talk in the comments!

11 thoughts on “Reading Challenge Update

  1. deborahkehoe says:

    I recently read Nichole Chase’s suddenly royal. I think it will check off the royalty, kingdom, politics theme plus maybe hit something on your Romanceology (was that what it was called? Lol) challenge as well. It is a cute, sweet romance and easy to read!

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