One… more… challenge…

Posted December 31, 2011 by Heather in Reading Challenges / 4 Comments

What have I done? No, wait… what have YOU done? You reading challenge enthusiasts have turned me into a reading challenge MONSTER. But hey, at least I’ll be a well-read monster, right? Hahaha!

Yes, I am joining another year-long challenge. I swear on everything bookish that this is the last one I’m joining for 2012. THE LAST. This challenge will fit right in with the other challenges I’ve already signed up for, though, and it doesn’t require me to add any more books to my already long list. Without further ado, may I present to you, on behalf of the Insatiable Booksluts

The 2012 End of the World Reading ChallengeClick to be taken to the rules/sign-up post on Insatiable Booksluts

Seriously–how cool is that picture? That is one of the main reasons I’m joining this challenge. Who can resist the sparkles… and booksluts wearing pointe shoes?! Not me. I also enjoy reading the Insatiable Booksluts’ blog posts (and their website’s name is awesome).

This reading challenge is all about the number of pages you read, and not about the number of books. The person who has read the most pages at the end of 2012 wins! There is also a prize (or prizes, maybe). I’m not going to list all of the details and rules here (there are many in order to discourage cheaters), but you can click on the awesome picture above to be taken to the Insatiable Booksluts website and the sign-up post for the challenge. There is also a clickable button in my sidebar that will take you to the same post.

(The book list and all that jazz will be included on the page I started to keep track of the FIVE challenges I’m participating in next year.)

HOO-ZAH!

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  • Sarah Reads Too Much

    Love this! I told myself I was done, but….

    • I know… I swear this is the last one. Haha!

  • Good luck! The fun of challenges is the considering of the books to fulfill… The reading and the tracking not so much, (for me)

    • The tracking can sometimes leave a lot to be desired, I agree. Check out Daytum. I found it through a comment left on a post at Book Riot, and it has made keeping track of everything fun. It’s also easy to use. Check out my profile there and see what you think: http://daytum.com/hlindskold