Monday, January 25, 2021

2021 Book Reading Clallenge


I belong to a family where everyone loves to read. My journey of reading began with the Malory Towers series by Enid Blyton when I was 10 years old. After that began my love affair with books. I read the classic books like A Christmas Carol, Adventures of Tom Sawyer to mystery books like Nancy drew and Agatha Christie. But when I was in the tenth standard as studies became a priority. Although I loved to read but I got very busy with my studies and after that hardly read 3-4 books in a year. When I was in college I enjoyed reading books by Sidney Sheldon, Danielle Steel, Harlan Coben and Nora Roberts. But still I wasn’t able to give time to reading as much I would love to give. Once I got married and my son was born, reading took a complete back seat. That was the time when I couldn’t go out much and I wanted to something for myself. When my son was about 4 months old, I started reading again. I used to look forward to reading when he slept. I took a membership in our local library. Chennai has excellent libraries. They have a huge variety of books, from the latest books to classics.

From the last four years, I have revived my hobby again. The most common question which my friends ask me is when do I get time to read. I tell everyone that if you love something, you will definitely take out 30 minutes for it. Either I wake up early before everyone wakes up in my family. I enjoy my alone time with my book and a cup of coffee or before going to bed, I read a few pages of a book.

Thanks to Blogchatter, I have participated in Blogchatter Reading challenge 2021, #tbrchallenge. I resolve to read 50 books this year. If you love to read, you can participate too. Log in to their website and just register for the challenge here

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1 comment:

  1. Wow a target of 50 books, wish you the best, enjoy reading.


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