Last year was the first year of the 100+ Reading Challenge hosted by My Overstuffed Bookshelf. Since so many blogs are doing that challenge this year, the challenge has been adjusted this year to 150 books.
So….this year is a challenge for everyone to read more!
The goal is to reach 150+ books for this challenge? Now don’t get discouraged! 150 books or more sounds like a lot. When you read the rules below though, you will find that it is quite easy to reach 150 books.
Don’t be shy! Come sign up and spread the word! The challenge officially started on January 1rst, 2012 but you can start anytime!
DETAILS / RULES
The goal is to read 150 or more books. Anyone can join. You don’t need a blog to participate. Posting on GoodReads or wherever you post your reviews is good enough.
Allowed are: Audio, Re-reads, eBooks, YA, Manga, Graphic Novels, Library books, Novellas, Young Reader, Nonfiction – as long as the book has an ISBN or equivalent or can be purchased as such, the book counts. What doesn’t count: Individual short stories or individual books in the Bible and comic books.
No need to list your books in advance. You may select books as you go. Even if you list them now, you can change the list if needed.
Crossovers from other reading challenges count.
Challenge begins January 1st, 2012 thru December 31, 2012. Books started before the 1st do not count. You can join at anytime.
When you sign up under Linky, put the direct link to your post where your books will be listed. Include the URL to this post so that other viewers can find this fun challenge.
- Howards End is On the Landing by Susan Hill
- The Bonesetter’s Daughter by Amy Tan
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
- Family History by Dani Shapiro
- I’d Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman
- Home to Italy by Peter Pezzelli
- Very Far Away by Maurice Sendak
- The Red Thread by Ann Hood
- The Breakdown Lane by Jacqueline Mitchard
- Body Surfing by Anita Shreve
- The Center of Everything by Laura Moriarty
- A Death in the Family by James Agee
- The Portable Ring Lardner by Ring Lardner
- Through His Eyes: God’s Perspective on Women in the Bible by Jerram Barrs