Thursday, December 18, 2008

Book Challenges - 2008

I love books. I love to read books. I love to hold books. I love to smell books. I love to own books. So, I've decided to join some book challenges I've come across on the net. The book challenges I choose will be shown in separate posts.

1. The 888 Challenge (below) Missed it by 3 books
2. The What's in a Name Challenge FINISHED! (below)
3. Reading Around the States (below) To be continued in 2009
4. 100 Book Challenge (below ) FINISHED!
5. The Southern Reading Challenge FINISHED! (below)
6. What an Animal Reading Challenge (below) FINISHED!
7. Suspense & Thriller Reading Challenge (below) To be continued in 2009

Book Give Away Contests (below)

12 comments:

Maggie said...

Just stopped by to wish you a Happy New Year and Happy Reading in 2008! :D

kate said...

Those are interesting challenges. From one reader to another, Happy New Year. May 2008 bring many new adventures through wonderful books!

Yolanda said...

Me too. It seems we have a book addiction.

david mcmahon said...

Good luck with the challenges, Sharon. Keep me posted!!

Dina said...

Hello, just found this blog. I am a booklover myself and love reading too. So I will be visiting your post in order to discover some good reads. At the moment I am reading 'of Mice and Men' of John Steinbeck.

Maggie said...

Not blogging? Are you okay? Well, I doing another challenge if you are interested...

____Maggie said...

Sharon - I'm doing the first of 5 contests for the autographed Mudbound books. Go here if you would like to play.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

i love reading too, this is a great way to motivate you to read - i keep track of all my books on librarything.com

Liss said...

wow, i love the layout of this blog, it looks great!

____Maggie said...

Hi Sharon! Just stopped by to let you know the Sense of Place Contest is ready for entries! Good Luck if you choose to participate! :)

Andrew Clarke said...

I love books, too. I've sometimes collected them almost the way you might collect matchboxes, too, but I also READ. And I had to write my own. It would be a thrill to hear what you think of "Outcasts Of Skagaray", which was written for the abandoned children of the world. For a free preview, there are sample chapters on www.threeswans.com.au If you want to visit my blog, it is http://threeswans.blogspot.com Best wishes, whatever happens.

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