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!


  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.

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

  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! :)

    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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