2017 New Adult Reading Challenge – February Update


Hi guys!It’s the beginning of a new month which means it’s time for an update for 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge. As, I said before, I’m trying to read as much new adult books as I can so I can keep progressing in the different categories and I’m aiming for NA Advanced category, which means I’ll have to read 36 new adult books this year, but I really hope I can read even more. The second part of this challenge is a reading bingo that I’m also trying to complete.

In February, from the 7 books I read 3 of them were new adult and they all fit in some bingo categories. This means that I achieved the NA Newbie category. YAY!! That’s a step towards my goal.


But anyway, Here’s my progress in the month of January for the New Adult Reading Challenge:


1. Book set in college

2. Hyped Book

3. Debut Novel

4. 2017 Release

5. New Adult best seller

6. Book about friendship

7. Book with music or art

8. Book out of your comfort zone

9. Book based on its cover

10. Diverse novel

11. A LGBT novel or with a LGBT characters

12. New to you author

A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart

13. Book you can finish in one day

14. Start a series

15. Book that makes you laugh

The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

16. Book set in the summer

17. Book you knew nothing about

18. A re-read

Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover

19. Book about a road trip

More than Distance by Elizabeth Briggs

20. Book recommendation

21. One word title

Cheater by Rachel Van Dyken

22. Book about sports

Good Boy by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

23. Book on the bottom of your TBR

How not to Let Go by Emily Foster

24. Book with only male POV

Undeclared by Julianna Keyes

25. Freebie

I actually managed to do a good job in February and right now I’ve completed 7 of the 25 categories.

What about you? Are you participating in this reading challenge or any other challenge?? Tell me in the comments so we can talk about it 🙂

3 thoughts on “2017 New Adult Reading Challenge – February Update

  1. This is an awesome challenge! I tend to read more YA than NA, so it wouldn’t be the best fit for me unless I was trying to get into NA!
    I am participating in the 2017 YA reading challenge (It has no specific prompts of what has to be read), Spring Bookish Bingo & the Beat The Backlist Challenge which is awesome to help get to books that have been on your TBR for a while.

    Goodluck in your challenge!


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