Bookish Item | Romanceopoly

I always think it’s fun to do reading challenges to help my reading during the year. I’m a big fan of romance books, so when I saw Romanceopoly in a post of reading challenges on Mel to the Any, I knew I needed to check it out! There is full website for Romanceopoly to check out all the rules and book recommendations!

If you’re interested in this reading challenge, keep on reading to find out more and how I’m going to participate!

As a big fan of board games, I couldn’t resist this board game challenge. Basically the creators of this reading challenge, have created their own version of Monopoly. On their website you can find all the things you need to participate in this challenge.

I love that there are different ways to participate. You can roll the dice and see where you land, complete or one spot on every street by rolling dice. Seeing how this is a year long challenge, I will be taking the direct route and stopping on every spot.

This means I will be going for The Native: Read a total of 39 books by stopping on every spot of this board! Im curious to see if I can get this done.

There are a few mystery challenges that will be announced as the year goes on. The first one will be announced on February 1st, so make sure to keep an eye on the website! By completing these challenges, you can enter a giveaway. I’m excited to see what those will be!

Last but not least, there are social challenges to complete during the year. These are the spots on the board that are coffee or nook shops. Each challenge is for social media and have a certain time frame. The first one is to post pictures of your bookshelves with the hashtag #romanceopolyshelfie. This first shop is open until March 31st. I need to go and write this one down, haha.

I will try and give updates for this challenge every once in awhile, I’m excited to see how far I get! Is anyone else participating in Romanceopoly? Let me know in the comments!

8 thoughts on “Bookish Item | Romanceopoly

  1. This looks awesome! I downloaded a similar thing yesterday, a ‘regular’ bookopoly game which I planned to look into more. I love board games as well and have thought about doing something like this combined with books, but since I already have a lot of challenges going on, I didn’t know how much I’d be able to do with this. But I’m really loving the concept of this so maybe I’ll participate in this romance edition then!

    1. Board games and books are definitely a good combination! Let me know if you do, then we can plan a couple buddyreads for this 😉

    1. My love of boardgames is what makes me want to give this one a try!

  2. CANDYCE! My heart! I love this one so much! I can’t wait to try to complete it! We should totally buddy read a book or two for it, sweetheart! And I hope you’re having happy reading!

    1. I have to agree! Will message you soon to plan a couple of buddy reads!!

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