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#20for2020 | My Goals For 2020 | Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge 2020 | Hosted by Long and Short Reviews

Long and Short Reviews is hosting "a weekly prompt for authors, non-authors, bookish folks and others to share something weekly...

Long and Short Reviews is hosting "a weekly prompt for authors, non-authors, bookish folks and others to share something weekly and gain new friends and visitors" to their blog. 

It happens every Wednesday.

For More Information AbouThe Challenge, click here.

To See My Other Posts For This Challenge, click here.

Right now, I am reading The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun by Gretchen Rubin. I am also participating in the "20 for 2020" list (a list
twenty things you’d like to do by 2021). 

You can check out mbookish list below. It is in no particular order.

Wanto join us in making a "20 for 2020" list? Simply write out your list and post it somewhere prominent to keep it top of mind throughout the year. If you'd like a sheet where you can write your list neatly or want more details on #20for2020, visit Gretchen's web sithere.

2020 Will Be The Best Year Ever!

MY BOOKISH #20for2020 LIST

  1. Host The Literary Loners Reading Challenge 2020. ✔
  2. Host The Sweet Southern Reading Challenge 2020
  3. Leave 365 comments on BookTube videos.
  4. Start a reading journal.
  5. Use star ratings for books for 2020.
  6. Release a book with the intent of it making onto the "Most Traveled Books" list on Book Crossing.
  7. Show 99 books released on Book Crossing.
  8. Attend a bookish conference.
  9. Celebrate the second anniversary of The BookTube Your Shelf Daily Reader.
  10. Read Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.
  11. Complete the Read Harder Reading Challenge.
  12. Read Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.
  13. Participate in the Craving For Cozies Reading Challenge.
  14. Participate in the Romance-opoly Reading Challenge.
  15. Complete the Bad Ass Reading Challenge.
  16. Participate in the 100 Crappy Videos Challenge with BookTube videos. 
  17. Read a least 7 books from the Lemonade Syllabus.
  18. Flex on social media.
  19. Get involved in someone else's bookish drama.
  20. Have lots of bookish fun.


  1. Many people enjoy New Year's resolutions, but some people have bad feelings associated with them. Have you made a list of your to-dos and/or goals for 2020?

  2. Holy smokes! That's a whole lotta bookish challenges for the year. I wish you well. Hope to see you next week on the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge. If you do, make sure you add your link to the actual link list on the post so we don't miss seeing you! Happy 2020 :0)

    1. Will do going forward. The link list was closed when I went to post for this day's prompt.

  3. Good luck with all of these challenges. It's impressive you're taking on so many!

    My post.

  4. I have my fingers crossed. LOL! The Read Harder Reading Challenge will be the toughest item for me. I usually fall off around July or August. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. That is a lot of challenge to take on; best of luck with them! Thanks for picking my January book list as a featured favorite at Traffic Jam.


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