Monday, October 23, 2017

THE BLYDYN SQUARE BOOKS 2018 READING CHALLENGE

Today I discovered this challenge put on by Blydyn Square Books. 


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Today you can start signing up to participate in the first-ever, official Blydyn Square Books Reading Challenge for 2018: Read 18 Books for 2018.
Starting January 1 and ending December 31, 2018, we challenge you to read at least 18 books. The list below is only for suggestion–we’ll be thrilled if we can get most people to read ANY 18 books!
Sign up for the event and post your progress throughout next year. Anyone who manages to read 18 books will entered in a random drawing to win any of our books free PLUS an Amazon gift card (so you can keep reading even past 2018).
Hope you’ll join us!
Blydyn Square Books 2018 (18 for 2018) Reading Challenge
1. A book with a number in the title: One With You--Sylvia Day
2. A book with a person’s name in the title: Barnaby Rudge--Charles Dickens
3. A book based on a myth or fairy tale: A Court of Thorns and Roses--Sarah J. Maas
4. A book with an animal name in the title: The Red Pony--John Steinbeck
5. A book taken out of the library (or am I the only one who still does that?): Pandora's Daughter--Iris Johansen
6. A classic novel
7. A biography: Amos Fortune Free Man--Elizabeth Yates
8. A book you loved as a kid: Little Women--Louisa May Alcott
9. A book written in the present tense: Hot Pink in the City--Medeia Sharif
10. A book written in the first person: The Ice Queen--Alice Hoffman
11. A story told from more than one character’s perspective: I Hate Everyone But You--Gaby Dunn & Allison Raskin
12. A book that mentions a holiday: Three Wishes--Lianne Moriarty
13. A book about siblings: 
14. A book that features a divorce: Green Calder Grass--Janet Dailey
15. A book by a writer from a country that’s not your own: Born a Crime--Trevor Noah
16. A book with a character of an ethnicity different from yours: P.S. I Still Love You--Jenny Han
17. A book with a season, month, or day of the week in the title: Wintergirls--Laurie Halse Anderson
18. A book that has a movie based on it (and you haven’t seen it yet): The Boy in the Striped Pajamas--John Boyne

4 comments:

  1. Anything which gets more people reading is a winner. And I do love my library.

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    1. I love my library too. I use it throughout the year.

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  2. I was just thinking the same thing as EC. Challenges are a wonderful way to encourage folks to read.
    Have a great one.

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  3. There should be a goodreads group for this!

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