30 Before 30 – Book Challenge

Challenges are great, and 30 before 30 is one that appeared so often in my feed on any social media I’m present, I knew I had to do one. We are living in a pandemic era, in times when I can’t make a bucket list with extremist things I want to do, experiment or places I want to travel to, but I think I just found my one challenge that I can do now and that I will cherish.

Recently I have neglected one of the activities that brought me a lot of joy in my life, which is reading. There are no excuses why I did this, but I want to bring that thrill back and decided to start a book challenge to spice up the things a bit.

I made a random list of how my books should be, to make sure I’m not focusing only on a type, and hope for the best that I will finish me challenge before I turn 30, in July next year.

Follow my progress on social media and recommend me the books that you enjoyed most!

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5 thoughts on “30 Before 30 – Book Challenge

  1. What is a Challenged or Banned Book? According to the American Library Association (ALA), a challenge is an attempt to remove or restrict materials, based upon the objections of a person or group. A banning is the removal of those materials more details wikipedia


  2. The only books I know about that were banned for a while are \”Lolita\” by Vladimir Nabokov and \”Tropic Of Cancer\” by Henry Miller, both presenting sexual topics prohibited by law at the time of release…This year I am focusing on finding other banned books, that weren't meant to be read at a certain point.


  3. Learn from the book, We cannot stress how valuable this is, even if youโ€™re in a relationship. Take a book to learn a new skill. Master cooking at least three dishes. Run a half marathon..Wikipedia editors share lots of content in the domain you can also help from there

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