Re-Read Meme, The Re-Read Challenge


Re-Read Challenge

My last recap was for March and we are now in August and I have not re-read a single thing. *hides in shame*

I was doing so well and then… I stopped. I didn’t necessarily stop on my own accord. First, I was preparing for the move, then I moved, and after that came the whole settling down after the move. I’ve been in my new place for two months and I’m still not completely settled.

I have been listening to the Amy and Rogers Epic Detour audiobook which is amazing by the way. So, I have been “re-reading” in the last 4 months, I just haven’t finished a single book.

Hopefully my August recap will be much less empty than this (although it can’t get any worse when you’re at zero book reread right?).

What have you been re-reading this past month?

The Re-Read Challenge

#ReReads 2015 March Recap

Re-Read Challenge
Guess what guys?! I re-read a ton of books for the month of March. Say What?! The Thousand Lives and I hosted Contemporary Conversations for the entire Month of March and the third week was Re-reads week so I had the opportunity to catch up on my re-reads. (Also, I apologize this is so late. I had it written the post somewhere else, but I hadn’t transferred it here until today. Opps! )


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I had so much fun rereading these novels. I hadn’t planned on rereading any of these titles, but it just happened. That type of reread tends to be the best type of reread. Maybe Someday was even better the second time. Breathe Annie Breathe made me fall in love with Jeremiah even more. And all I can say about Open Road Summer is JESUS TAKE THE WHEEL *sobs*
Did you reread anything exciting in March?
The Re-Read Challenge

#ReRead2015 February Recap

Re-Read Challenge

It’s March already… I can’t believe it. February just flew by. The entire month of February I’ve been getting ready for #ContempCovnos so my re-reads for the month of February amounted to…

february Rereads: 0

I was so busy reading for the first two weeks of the Contemporary conversations, I didn’t reread a single book. Now for the month of March that will be a different story, but for February. Nada. Zilch. Zero. Nothing.

Did you have a better rereading month than me?

The Re-Read Challenge

#ReRead2015 January Recap

Re-Read Challenge

A month has already passed this year and I can’t believe it. January went by too quickly. February will be short, and come March I will be turning 24 ( dear Lord have mercy). My vague goal for the Re-Read challenge was to re-read between 10 to 20 books this year and so far I think I’ve started off with a nice rhythm. Let’s hope that I keep this up!

January Rereads: 2


I re-read The Boyfriend list because it had been about 6 to 7 years since I had last read it, and I needed something short and sweet. Short and  Sweet is exactly what I got. If you want to check out my review click on the picture above of the book. Fangirl was another one of my re-reads this month because I will be reviewing it along side Kayla over at The Thousand Lives as a part of the blogging event thing we are both holding in the month of March called Contemporary Conversations. I loved Fangirl even more the second time around. If you want to see our Fangirl review in March, head over to this post to know all about Contemporary Conversations.

Alright guys, that is all I have for the month of January. If I keep reading two books a month, I will be able to accomplish my goal and surpass it, re-reading a total of 24 books. I wish all of you luck this February. Let the re-reading continue!

The Re-Read Challenge

I’m joining “The 2015 Re-Read Challenge”

Re-Read Challenge

After some debating for some time, I’ve decided to join The 2015 Re-Read Challenge! One of the reasons I decided to join this reading challenge is that I want to re-read a lot of my favorite books this year. When I first started being an avid reader, I was the person that vowed never to re-read a book because ain’t nobody got time for that. But as time passed I’ve change my stance on that. I truly have.

If you would like to join myself and many others on this year-long challenge click here and it will take you the information and sign up page!


I’m planning to re-read anywhere between 10 to 20 books. I don’t want to set an exact amount because I don’t want to pressure myself too much, but I think having a ballpark figure is good enough.

Some of the books I’m planning to re-read are:

  • Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
  • Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Okcler
  • The Lux Series, starting with Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
  • Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry
  • What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen
  • and a few others…

That’s about it! If you too are doing the re-read challenge, please let me know! I would to see which books you think are worthy of being read more than once!