2014 Reading Challenge
2014 READING
CHALLENGE
Participants 664,636
Books Pledged 34,383,973
Avg. Books Pledged 51
Time Left 0 days, 0 hours
Joya has read 121 of 120 books in 2014.
JOYA COUSIN’S 2014 BOOKS
  • The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon
  • The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz
  • The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli
  • The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The Art of War by Sun Tzu
  • The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
  • Invisible Acts of Power by Caroline Myss
  • Please Stop Helping Us by Jason L. Riley
  • The Conscience of a Conservative by Barry M. Goldwater
  • Free Will by Sam Harris
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message 1: by Dave (new)

Dave Kealey less is more .... read an interesting articlethis week regarding people trumpeting their numbers ie, 100 books read in 52 weeks. So, how about a handful or two of books that resonate this year and why. Just saying. Looking forward to it and still appreciate your posts. The book ones though are somewhat redundant.


message 2: by Gaby (new)

Gaby Great! Committed to 25:)


message 3: by Joya (new)

Joya Cousin Dave wrote: "less is more .... read an interesting articlethis week regarding people trumpeting their numbers ie, 100 books read in 52 weeks. So, how about a handful or two of books that resonate this year a..."

When you love books, you just can't get enough! So many books, so little time. I feel like when I die, there will still be books I wish I'd read. I often re-read my favorites, but don't count them toward my goal...


message 4: by Joya (new)

Joya Cousin Gaby wrote: "Great! Committed to 25:)"

Good for you! I will be rooting for you! :-)


message 5: by Francelia (new)

Francelia Belton Joya wrote: "When you love books, you just can't get enough! So many books, so little time. I feel like when I die, there will still be books I wish I'd read. I often re-read my favorites, but don't count them toward my goal..."

I agree with you, Joya. There's just not enough time in this life to just read one or two (even a handful) books a year. My God, I already feel like I'm missing too many. LOL. New ones are being published everyday, and I re-read my favorites too. That said, I couldn't even get close to reading 120 books a year. But it sure would help. :D

You're a power reader, no doubt!


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