Hey everyone, Slick Dungeon here, hoping March was an amazing month for you and that April will be even better.
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In January I put out three challenges for this year, one for books, one for movies and one that combined books, movies and role playing games. I wanted to take today to see if anyone has done any of the challenges and update everyone on my own progress.
As a reminder, if you complete any of the three challenges and talk about it on your blog, I will review anything in that category that you want me to and post that review on my blog with a link to your blog.
Don’t worry if you haven’t started, each of my challenges is only 12 items long and there is still plenty of the year to go.
In case you want to participate and still need the challenges, just take a look at this post and download yourself a neat little PDF or three.
Now, the moment you have all been waiting for, how did I, Slick Dungeon do on my own challenges in March? Let’s find out.
Challenge 1: Book Challenge
For the second month in a row, I did not make my book challenge. I am going to try to make reading a bit more of a priority for April. I make no promises though because I am a pretty slow reader. That being said below are the books I intend to read this month for my challenge.
This is a book recommended to me by a friend and I am about two thirds of the way through it so hopefully I will be reviewing it soon. That was the challenge from way back in February but this month is the month I will get this done!
For March the challenge I wanted to take on was a book you swore you would never read. I haven’t quite finished it but I am close. I am reading none other than Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I definitely have some thoughts about it and I’ll be sure to let you know what those are so stay tuned.
Challenge 2: Movie Challenge
My challenge this month was to watch a movie that scares me. I remembered being terrified by the film Phantasm when I was a kid and wanted to revisit it. If you want to check out my review of it, take a look at this post.
Challenge 3: Read-Watch-Play Challenge
This month for the Read-Watch-Play challenge, I did one of the play challenges. I had a little trouble getting a group together so I went with a solo campaign called The Executioner’s Daughter. Check out my review for it here.
Well, that’s it for March. Let’s hope I will be able to complete all the challenges in April. Here’s what I am going to be attempting.
- A book recommended by a friend (left over from February)
- A book you swore you would never read (left over from March)
- A book that has a BIPOC author or protagonist
- A movie with an ambiguous ending
- Read a book with a quest
Good luck to the rest of you out there and if you have decided to participate, feel free to let me know how it is going in the comments!
If you would like to download any of the challenges you can do that on the original post or right below.