50 Book Challenge

I hve recently read a blog post about a 50 book challenge one fellow blogger completed last year. I love to read and as a young girl living in a pretty mans world in the middle of nowhere on a farm I often found solace in losing myself in a magical world or gripping drama. However nowadays I often find it hard to fit reading into my daily schedule what with blogging, my fortnightly Bubele Cornwall newsletter, looking after my two monkeys, general housework and finding time to catch up on the soaps!

This little challenge I think will be a really great way to get back to doing what I live and broadening my mind that little bit more.

I have already been reading A game of thrones for a month now and haven’t gotten very far so I really need to step up my game a bit!

A Game Of Thrones

By George R. R. Martin

1 – A Game Of Thrones

2 – A Clash of Kings

3 – A Storm of Swords: Steel & Snow

4 – A Storm of Swords: Blood & Gold

5 – A Feast For Crows

6 – A Dance With Dragons: Dreams and Dust

7 – A Dance With Dragons: After The Feast

The Lord Of The Rings series

by J.R.R. Tolkien

8 – The Hobbit

9 – The Fellowship of the Ring

10 – The Two Towers

11 – The Return of the King

12 – My Baby & Me

by Sam Faires

13 – The Unmumsy Mum

by Sarah Turner

Fifty Shades of Grey series

by EL James

14 – Fifty Shades of Grey

15 – Fifty Shades Darker

16 – Fifty Shades Freed

17 – Grey

The Hungar Games

by Suzanne Collins

18- The Hungar Games

19 – Catching Fire

20 – Mockingjay

Twilight Series

by Stephanie Mayer

21 – Twilight

22 – New Moon

23 – Eclipse

24 – Breaking Dawn

Bridget Jones series

by Helen Fielding

 

25 – Bridget Jones Diary

26 – The Edge Of Reason

27 – Mad About The Boy

28 – Bridget Jones’s Baby

29 – Someone Else’s Life

by Katie Dale

30 – Skinny

by Donna Cooner

31 – Anne Franks Diary

32 – Alone On A Wide Wide Sea

by Michael Morpurgo

33 – Noughts & Crosses

by Malorie Blackman

34 – Hot Right Now

Rita Ora Biography

The books listed are just ones that I have sat on my shelves at home. I’m hoping to find some more that interest me to add and make it up to 50!

Do you love to read too? If so, how do you make time for it? 

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5 Comments

  1. Great selection of reads. I might pinch a few ideas. I love reading and devoured books as a child. Recently I’ve taken to rereading old comfortable favourites but I think I need to step out of the past and get some new books. I’ve resisted getting a kindle (or similar) because I love the feel of books but I’m running out of shelf space so might have to compromise. Good luck with your challenge.
    #dreamteam

  2. Great section there I will checking out some of those Thanks for linking to the #THAT FRIDAY LINKY come back next week please

  3. I love reading but since blogging and now full time work – I just dont have the time!!
    I do have a pile i hope to get through which is both unmumsy mum books, constance halls book, hurrah for gin and the million dollar blog book. #thatfridaylinky

  4. What a great challenge to get stuck into. I am swapping out my phone and blog stuff during my tube journey to and from work for a good book. It’s a great escape don’t you think. I am right at the end of After You by Jojo Moyes. If you read Me Before You, you will love this! Thanks so much for sharing with the #DreamTeam xx

  5. Great challenge! I love reading and highly recommend life of pie, room or some of James Pattersons early books. Thanks for linking up to #ThatFridayLinky

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