When Are You Reading? Challenge COMPLETED!


Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words is hosting the When Are You Reading? Challenge this year, a challenge that is all about reading more books that either travel to different eras or are actually written in different times. There are twelve eras in total, and by finishing Hamlet and My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century last week I was finally able to complete the challenge! 😀 😀

For an (almost) complete list of the books I’ve read by era, check out this post here. I have to admit I haven’t updated my TimeToast timeline in months, but I have taken the time to make a shiny timeline of my own. With no less than 180! titles finished this year, I haven’t added all of them to the timeline below; I have only added one per year and picked the most important ones. Books have been divided by publish date and by setting, and in those cases the setting is not specified or is roughly the same as the publish date, I have used this color.


Thank you Sam for hosting this excellent challenge! Make sure to visit her blog if you haven’t already… 

15 thoughts on “When Are You Reading? Challenge COMPLETED!

    • I still can’t believe myself I have actually read this amount… There’s no way I can do that again next year. 😉 The challenge really helped me read more books set in different eras!

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  1. I love your graphic! Maybe I’ll have to use something like that over TimeToast next year. I’ve been terrible about updating mine as well bi can’t think of when I last did! Oops. Thank you so much for participating, it was great to read alongside you. Happy reading!

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    • Thanks! I tried updating TimeToast at first, but I don’t think I have done so since July at least… This graphic took me a lot less time than having to put all those titles in Time Toast. 😉 Thank you for hosting this challenge, I had a lot of fun reading books set in different eras this year! 😀 Happy reading!


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