Happy Sunday deerlings!
In 2019 I learned about the AMAZING Year of the Asian Reading Challenge (#YARC) and I was able to participate until about September when life got super busy and I just lost track of what books I read. But! This year I really want to do this challenge again, especially since one of my reading goals for 2020 is to to have 75% or more of the total books I read to be written by non-white or otherwise marginalized authors.
What is #YARC?
The Year of the Asian Reading Challenge is a year long reading challenge that is specifically focused on reading as many books by Asian authors as you can. The reading challenge is hosted by the amazing
- Lily | blog: Sprinkles of Dreams | twitter: @sprnklsofdreams
- Shealea | blog: Shut Up Shealea | twitter: @bookshelfbitch
- Vicky | blog: Vicky Who Reads | twitter: @vickycbooks
- CW | blog: The Quiet Pond| twitter: @artfromafriend
For all of the details and information about how to sign up, you can click CW’s link above.
How I’m Participating
So, even though I lost track last year, I really want to aim for the Bengali Tiger which is 50+ books written by Asian authors. With the sheer amount of titles coming out in 2020 plus the amazing ones my library already has on their shelves, I think this is pretty doable. Though, I have zero problem adjusting as the year goes on.
This will serve as my year long tracker page, but I plan to do quarterly TBRs and updates on my progress throughout the year. I will also link my Goodreads shelf for the challenge below!
Challenge Progress Tracker
Current Level: 0
Next Level Unlocked
Are you participating in any reading challenges this year? What about this one? Let me know down in the comments!