Tuesday, August 31, 2010

September Spectacular Reading Challenge & Giveaway

Steph over at The Thoughts of a Book Junkie is a holding a fun contest/challenge. The point is to read 5 books through September and post your link to your review at the end of each week. I've decided that I read more than that anyway, so why not enter? Here are the rules:

  • It will start September 1st and go on through September 30th.
  • There will be a 5 book reading challenge, ( one book a week) that you will have to read. Which books? Any 5 you want. Its your choice... Easy huh. At the end of that week you will post your review on your blog and add your link to the Mr. Linky at the bottom. ( If you don't have a blog you can either post a comment, letting everyone know what you think about the book or sent me an email with your review) * Sep first starts on a Wednesday so you can start your first book on Sunday the 29th if you want.
  • At the end of each week a giveaway will be posted. That's 5 giveaways!! The only thing you have to do to enter is, link your review on that weeks Mr. Linky. Plus get an extra entry if you add the September Spectacular button to your post or sidebar! (Open Internationally)
I haven't decided on all my books yet. I know three of them though and they are:

The others will depend on what type of mood I'm in after Hold Still. I was planning on reading Hold Still first but after reading the wonderful and heartbreaking How To Say Goodbye In Robot (a review will be up soon), I need something a little lighter. 

Make sure to visit the link above if you want to sign up for this fun challenge too!

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