A quarter of the year has passed and I’m already halfway done with my Goodreads Reading Challenge. At the beginning of the year I set the challenge to thirty books with the intention to read bigger books. I dubbed the year ‘the year of the chonk’. But so far I’ve only read four chonkers. I’m
Reading outside of your comfort zone can open up doors you never knew existed. You might find something else you like, or experience something new.
Going from book blogger to book writer. And now doing both at the same time to share the love for stories and books.
When do you DNF a book? Or do you finish all the books you start? Tessa shares her opinion on quitting books and why she doesn’t DNF a book.
I made this small reading challenge for 2019. It’s only 12 books so readers and non-readers can do it without feeling intimidated. If twelve books still seem like a bit much, try combining the challenges, like reading a book by an author of Asian descent with the same initials. Or a non-fiction book about food.
This week Tessa discusses how to grow as a reader by creating reading challenges. Here are five tips!
It’s the first of september and for years this period marked a new academic or school year. It’s been six years and I miss it. I was the kid who longed to be back in school and who would still be a student of time and money allowed it. Instead I have to find my own challenges.
I’ve created a list of 101 goals to complete in 1001 days, that is my challenge for the next three years.
Do you read? Of course you do. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here. Starting next month, you’ll find more of our favourite books on Narratess.
Narratess is a new website focused on writing, the writing experience and, perhaps most importantly, stories. We are two writers who want to share our experiences, services, and knowledge as we continue to grow. Tessa Hastjarjanto From early age I started with building my own worlds. Pokémon was a hit and I made my own