End of the Year Roundup - Best and Worst Categories
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What category didn't work for you? Was that because you found it too hard to fill? Or because it was so broad it was meaningless? Why was it unsuccessful?
My best category was probably my "Europe Endless Challenge" category which got a workout in both my challenges for the year as I completed that separate challenge. I learned a lot about countries that had never crossed my reading radar previously. I won't be repeating it in 2013, but I have a category that will encourage me to read books set in countries other than the United States or United Kingdom, and I will definitely be reading some European things there.
My favorites probably should have been one huge category - Mysteries and Series Continuation. It's nice that we will be able to set our own goals since I plan to have a Mysteries category with no limit. So I can read mystery series to my heart's content!
My least successful (to my shame) was my BOMBS category which I will give another go next year. I just get too distracted by new titles.
My least favorite category has to be the one I changed half way through the year! That would be my autobiographies and letters category. I had a total of 3 non fiction categories which ended up being too many for me. I combined that category with my biographies category.
My best category was my difficult books category. It reminded me not to avoid longer books, or the ones that just take a bit more concentration.
My least successful category might have been my Favorite Authors category. Not sure why, maybe it's because some of them just weren't as enjoyable this time around.
My least successful category this year was my "animals in the title" category which I usually enjoy. Just chose books that were not so great this time, I guess, in an effort to fill the category and get them off the shelf rather than choosing books I would enjoy.