Not signed up for YALSA’s 2014 Hub Reading Challenge? Read the official rules and sign up on the original post. Remember, anything you’ve read since February 3 counts, and since the challenge doesn’t end until 11:59PM EST on June 22nd you’ve still got plenty of time. Sign up now!
Week 13! How are you all doing? I’m closing in on 20 eligible books read and I’m feeling pretty good about my progress. More than that, though, I’ve read some really great titles that I would have almost certainly missed. Gene Yuen Lang’s Boxers & Saints was just as amazing as everyone said, and I loved Max Barry’s Lexicon, one of those books that wasn’t on my radar before the Alex Awards. Thanks, Hub Reading Challenge!
I’m also really enjoying the check-in comments, as well as the conversations taking place over social media at the Goodreads 2014 Hub Challenge Group and on Twitter (#hubchallenge hashtag.) Check out the tweets we’ve collected from participants and join the discussion if you haven’t already!
What about you? Have you read anything you might have missed if it weren’t for the Reading Challenge? What are you loving this week? How are you feeling about your progress? Keep reading, and don’t forget to track your titles by checking in here each Sunday to let us know how you’re doing and to find out what your fellow participants have to say.
If you are have already completed the challenge by reading or listening to 25 titles from the list of eligible books, be sure to fill out the form below so we can send you your Challenge Finisher badge, get in touch to coordinate your reader’s response and, perhaps best of all, to notify you if you win our exciting grand prize drawing! Be sure to use an email you check frequently and do not fill out this form until you have completed the challenge by reading 25 titles.
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