Monday, December 14, 2015

Fanda Classiclit: Plans for 2016

Considering my failure this year, I did not set any ambitious target for next year. All I wanted is reading any book I want to read, in any speed I could. So, this post is not going to be very long, as I have only two reading plans (and I limit myself to only these two—stop me if I was tempted to add anything else! LOL):




The only event I will be hosting next year, for fun only, no pressure.






I decided to participate in Adam’s event because I have been trying to read the Bible from cover to cover, but without any success. So, why not challenging myself this year? Thanks to Adam’s reading plan, I may be able to finally do it—hopefully!

Apart from these two, I will treat myself to pick any book I would like to read. It’s time to read just for fun and pleasure…

How about you…any particular plan for next year? Share me!


6 comments:

  1. Welcome back, Fanda! I'm going to try to keep my challenges to a doable minimum this year too. That's the plan anyway. ;-) I'm going to do the Bible read as well, since I've already started this year. I'd also like to do his Shakespeare challenge, Reading England and perhaps a Greek challenge. Hopefully nothing else tempting will pop up.

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    1. Hi Cleo, thanks!
      We always plan to do minimum challenges, but usually we would end with more :P
      Anyway... good luck with your challenges next year!

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  2. Hi Fanda! Glad to see you back. :)

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    1. Hi Jillian! Thanks... and nice to see you too! ^_^

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  3. Hi Fanda! Welcome back!
    I cannot tell you how great the Literary Movement Reading Challenge was! It was very informational and interesting.

    I wish you a wonderful New Year ahead! :)

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    1. Thanks Maan. Although I cannot participate much on my own challenge, I am so happy to hear that you loved it that much.

      Happy New Year to you too! ^_^

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