The Reading Rush 2019 Wrap Up

Hello,

And The Reading Rush is over for another year! It always feels like it’s too short.

The Reading Rush is a one-week reading challenge from the 22 July to 28 July. It’s hosted by Ariel Bissett and Raeleen May.

I really enjoyed the addition of the official website this year. I loved that it created a graph to track your reading and that you got badges for each challenge you complete. 

I didn’t have the most successful reading week and didn’t read as much as I wished. I finished three of the reading prompts and two bonus prompts!

On to the books!

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Challenges I completed

 

same-spot

 

Read a book in the same spot the entire time: I Dare You by Ilsa Madden

 

 

non-human

 

 

Read a book with a non-human main character: Heart of the Pack by Jenny Fame

 

five-words

 

Pick a book that has five or more words in the title: A Prince to be Feared by Mary Lancaster

 

 

 

Bonus Challenges!

 

five-star

 

Read a 5 star book: Which I gave to A Prince to be Feared by Mary Lancaster.

 

1000-pages

 

 

Read over 1000 pages: For the week I read a total of 1,052 pages!

 

 

Also I thought I’d share with you my reading progress of the week. The average number of pages I read a day was 150. My worst reading day was Day Three where I read only 83 pages and by best reading day was Day Six where I read 262 pages.

 

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That’s all for me. Comment down below and let me know if you took part in the Reading Rush and if you managed to read 7 books.

Until next time, happy reading!

Dearna

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