Monday, December 20, 2010

I've finally committed to a challenge!

Here's the description from What's Your Story:

I’ve noticed that, while I love thick books, I tend to avoid those unless absolutely necessary. So, while I force myself to read the big books, I figured I would make it fun and include you guys too.

And so the 350 page books challenge was born. The objective is to read as many books as possible that contain 350 pages.

The challenge will last from January 1st, 20110- December 31st, 2011.

The Guidelines:
·      *This challenge does not have to only include YA, but it should be predominantly YA that means at least 75% of the books you read should be young adult fiction.
·     * Each book MUST contain 350 pages or more.
·      *Only physical copies and e-books will count toward the challenge. (Sorry, but audio books don’t have pages!)
Y  YES, e-readers DO count! :) 
·       -You can add each book as you read them. You do NOT have to make a list.

One randomly picked participant will receive a massive prize pack with BOOKS and ARCs and SWAG!
So, I'll keep you posted as to how I'm doing.  How about you? Won't you join us?

3 comments:

  1. Wow! You are a braver woman than me...I'm a bit scared off by 350+ page books. Best of Luck.

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  2. See, the hard part about this challenge for me wouldn't be the 350+. I'm in a book club and the majority of the books we read are at a minimum over 300. But I really don't read much YA. I always enjoy it once I do, but on average I don't read a lot of it. Last year I think the only YA book I read was by Abundance of Katherines....(WAIT I also read all three of the Hunger Games books) So maybe it is time I branched out more. If you can send me some good suggestions, I'll give it a shot.

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