2018 Reading Resolutions

I decided to do the same reading resolution list as last year, but I’m also trying to read more nonfiction. 🙂

“For Nonfiction, I read” list: Note….read at least 30.

  1. Secret Keeper Girls: The Power of Modesty for Tweens by Dannah Gresh
  2. 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know by Kari Kampakis
  3. Journaling With Jesus: How to Draw Closer to God by Carol Round
  4. *currently reading -Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For? by Kari Kampakis

Rules for the reading resolutions:

•Read as many books as you’d like, but please only list one for each goal.
•The book has to be read in 2018.
•Don’t skim the books you are reading. It’s way more exciting to enjoy them and go at your own pace. 🙂

So far, 6/72 completed. Also I keep adding to the list. 😛 Notes: ✔ and

  1. Read a book where the author is from your home state.
  2. Read a book where the main character has the same eye color as you.
  3. Read a classic.
  4. Read a historical fiction.
  5. Read a graphic novel.
  6. Read a book that you read when you were a child.
  7. Read a book with a red cover.
  8. Read a book where the main character is a child.  Meet Molly: An American Girl
  9. Read a bestseller.
  10. Read a book set in a different country.
  11. Read a mystery.
  12. Read an award-winning book.
  13. Read a book that has been on the “to read” list for a very long time.
  14. Read a book that your favorite author recommends.
  15. Read a teen book.
  16. Read a book from the inspirational section.
  17. Read a book recommended by a friend or blogger.
  18. Read a non-fiction book that is not in the Dewey 900s.
  19. Read a biography.
  20. Read a fantasy.
  21. Read a book with a one-word title.
  22. Read a children’s picture book.  Pinkie Pie Throws a Party
  23. Read a youth fiction book.
  24. Read a youth non-fiction book.
  25. Read a play or script.
  26. Read a book that is over 500 pages.
  27. Read a holiday book.
  28. Read a book where the main character is a boy.
  29. Read a book that has been made into a movie.
  30. Read a book set in a war era.
  31. Read a book published in 2018.
  32. Read a book that has a title that makes you go, “Hmm”.
  33. Read a book that is over 400 pages.
  34. Read a book set in the future.
  35. Read a book with a horse in it.
  36. Read a book that has an animal on the cover.
  37. Read a trilogy.
  38. Read a book from a genre that you typically do not read.
  39. Read a book that was originally written in a different language.
  40. Read a book you chose because of the cover.
  41. Reread your favorite book.
  42. Read a book that was published before you were born.
  43. Read a book that has been banned before.
  44. Read a book that you own but never read.
  45. Read a short story or a novella.
  46. Read an autobiography.
  47. Listen to an entire book on CD.
  48. Read a book that has a title that starts with “W”.
  49. Read a poem.
  50. Read a book by an author that you have never read before.
  51. Read a book that takes place during your favorite season.
  52. Read a book that is set in a place that you would like to visit.
  53. Read a book that was published in the year you were born.
  54. Read a book that starts a series.
  55. Read a book that ends a series.
  56. Read a nonfiction book.  Journaling with Jesus: How to Draw Closer to God
  57. Read a book that has a cover with your favorite color.
  58. Read a library book.
  59. Read a debut novel.  Missing Issac by Valerie Fraser Luesse
  60. Read a book that is less than 200 pages.
  61. Read a fairy-tale retelling.
  62. Read a fictional book based off of the Bible.
  63. Read a book that you think would become a great movie.  Batman: Nightwalker
  64. Read a book based off a movie/TV franchise (such as Disney, Star Wars, etc).
  65. Read a romance novel.
  66. Read a book based off of a video-game franchise.
  67. Read a Christian book.
  68. Read five LEGO Ninjago books.
  69. Read twenty Star Wars novels. Return of the Jedi – Beware the Sith by Tom Angleberger
  70. Read a book written by an independently published author.
  71. Read a book published in the year one of your parent/guardians were born.
  72. Read an unpublished short story. A Blazing Seal of Approval (IDIA, #1.5)
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