Saturday, January 1, 2011

100+ Reading Challenge


This reading challenge is being hosted by My Overstuffed Bookshelf.

You can sign up at: http://myoverstuffedbookshelf.blogspot.com/2010/12/100-reading-challenge.html


My list of books read in 2011 for the 100+ Reading Challenge will be posted at: 
http://susannedrazic.blogspot.com/p/books-read-in-2011.html


Will you join me in taking the challenge?

25 comments:

Mason Canyon said...

Sounds like a great challenge. Best of luck and Happy New Year.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

Donea Lee said...

Wow - nearly 10 novels a month for 2011? That would definitely be a challenge for me...we'll see. But, very best luck to you! Happy New Year!

Kimberly said...

Good luck on the challenge!

Jemi Fraser said...

Good luck with it - I wouldn't make it this year - maybe another time :)

Julie Musil said...

Now that sounds like a challenge! Enjoy all those amazing books. And happy new year!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Susanne .. I shall definitely look at more than 100 books in my 'research' .. but sadly not read them all .. my bookshelf is overstuffed though ..

Good luck and enjoy all the reading - Happy New Year .. Hilary

Joylene Butler said...

I wish I could, but I signed on to do a course with Alex Sokoloff. I do have a huge pile of books I'm determined to get through this year ... before I have to start marketing. Good luck to everyone who takes the challenge.

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Mason, thanks. It's a big challenge and I've got stacks of books to read, so I'm hoping this challenge helps me get through the stacks a bit faster.
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Hi Donea. When you said 10 novels a month, I gulped. Yikes, what did I get myself into?

Part of the rules are that they can be audio, re-reads, eBooks, YA, Manga (don't know what that is), Graphic novels, 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.

I figure that since I read a lot of MG and YA, some of the books I read will be a bit shorter, making it a bit easier to reach my goal by the end of the year.
: )

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Kimberly, thanks for stopping by.
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Hi Jemi, maybe next year? Thanks for stopping by.
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Hi Julie, thanks for stopping by. It's going to be a busy year, for sure.

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Hilary, thanks for stopping by. I'm sure the books you use for your research would all be wonderful books to read. You always have such intersting blog posts.
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Hi Joylene, thanks for stopping by. Have fun with in your course with Alex Sokoloff.

Beverly Stowe McClure said...

No way can I read that many books, but best of luck to you. That's quite an accomplishment. I'll just read my one a week and be happy. :)

Happy Reading

Stephen Tremp said...

I need a good challenge. I'm on my way over to check it out. Have an epic New Year!

Stephen Tremp said...

I just checked out your link. Yikes! I'll try to read 26 books, one every two weeks. That's realistic for me.

Jen Daiker said...

Yay!!!! Best of luck! Last year I was able to read about 50 and I felt that was good considering it was my first year back at reading.

I think in a few years time I'll be up to the 100+ challenge!!

Stina Lindenblatt said...

I'm not aiming for an exact number. But I'm hoping to finish reading 2 books a week. Some, though, will be rereads.

Chris Phillips said...

That's tough. Good luck.

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Beverly, thanks for stopping by to check out the 100+ reading Challenge. A book a week is a great goal!
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Hi Stephen, thanks for stopping by to check out the challenge. 26 books in a year is a great goal!
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Hi Jen, 50 books in a year is a great accomplishment. WTG!
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Hi Stina, 2 books a week is a great goal for the year. Good luck!
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Hi Chris, thanks for stopping by to check out the challenge.

Angela Ackerman said...

Oh, I'll have to look into this. I would like to read a book a week.

Angela @ The Bookshelf Muse

Janet Johnson said...

I think this is an awesome challenge! I am going to count the books I read this year, but I don't think I'm going to officially join the challenge.

Good luck with it!

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Angela, thanks for stopping by. Reading a book a week is a great goal.
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Hi Janet, thanks for stopping by. I hope you'll share, at the end of the year, how many books you read.

Cher Green said...

Susanne,

I wish you luck in your challenge. 100+ books is a lot. Will you have time to write?

I also have an overstuffed bookshelf, with many books left unread. I do plan to read more this year, but I'd be luck to fit in 1 written book a month, and 4 books on CD.

Good luck,
Cher

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi Cher, thanks for stopping by to check out my post. Yep, I'll have time to write. Since I write MG and YA, that is mostly what I read. I have a lot of young reader books which have been collected over the years. They are in the guidelines of the challenge, so I figured this was going to be my year to get them all read.

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Good luck on your challenge, Susanne! I keep a spreadsheet each year (yeah, I know...OCD) so I can keep it all together and organized by genre....

Happy New Year!

Mayra Calvani said...

Looks like quite a challenge. Good luck!

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi, Sharon. A spreadsheet sounds like a really good idea. I'm not that organized, but am working towards getting there.
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Hi, Mayra. Thanks for stopping by to check out my blog post. I think the challenge will help me get through the stacks of books I keep meaning to read, but never quite get around to. I'm already on my 5th book, so we will see.

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