Not signed up for YALSA’s 2013 Hub Reading Challenge? Read the official rules and sign up on the original post. Anything you’ve read since February 3 counts, so sign up now!
Happy Saturday, everyone! I hope your first week of the 2013 Hub Reading Challenge is off to a good start. By now you’ve purchased your books or placed them on hold — have they started to arrive yet? What’s your reading plan? Are you starting with the titles that have been on your “to be read” pile the longest? Are you reading what you’re most excited about first, or saving that for last? Are you beginning with short reads or long reads? Will you mix formats and audience, or are you focusing in one one particular kind of book? Let us know in the comments what your plan is, what you’ve read so far, and how you’ve enjoyed it!
I’m not sure it’s even possible to read 25 books in 7 days, but just in case you’re some kind of super-reader and have finished the challenge already, let us know by filling out the form below. (The information you provide is what we’ll use to send you your Challenge Finisher badge, contact you about your reader’s response, and notify you if you win our grand prize drawing, so be sure to use an email address you actually check!) Do not fill out this form until you have completed the challenge by reading 25 titles.
If you’re not done yet, keep up the good work! Tweet your reviews and progress with the #hubchallenge tag, and we’ll see you at next week’s check-in!
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