2016 Reading Challenge
2016 READING
CHALLENGE
Participants 3,032,676
Books Pledged 141,582,488
Books Finished 39,296,108
Avg. Books Pledged 46
Challenges Completed 30,087
Time Left 0 days, 0 hours
Bj has read 196 of 100 books in 2016.
BJ’S 2016 BOOKS
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
  • Separation Games by C.D. Reiss
  • Once Upon a Moonlit Night by Elizabeth Hoyt
  • Beneath These Shadows by Meghan March
  • Kept by Maya Banks
  • Lucian Divine by Renee Carlino
  • Beg by C.D. Reiss
  • Secret Sins by C.D. Reiss
  • Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris
  • The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken
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message 1: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Me too. I'm cutting back a little bit due to school.


message 2: by Bj (new)

Bj Yes, I'm working FT again, so I wanted to be conservative. But I hope I get a chance to read/listen to more: )


message 3: by Jay (new)

Jay Jessmer Damn.....91 books in less than 8 full months?!?!?! You are a freaking machne!! And here I was proud of my piddly little 51!!


message 4: by Bj (new)

Bj Jay wrote: "Damn.....91 books in less than 8 full months?!?!?! You are a freaking machne!! And here I was proud of my piddly little 51!!"

Thanks Jay. My secret is audiobooks. I listen while working out at the gym, doing household chores, grocery shopping, etc. Much harder to find the time to read (though I do a little bit of that too).

50+ is great too Jay. By the way, I keep meaning to try one of Alison Brennan's books based on your recommendation. Which one would you recommend I start with?


message 5: by Jay (new)

Jay Jessmer I would definitely start with "See No Evil". Of the 29 books she has written, 19 of them are basically intertwined, and this is the first of those. It's a great stand alone, but hopefully it will do the same to you as it did to me........suck you right into the next one. A lot of people have definitely gone to the audio books, and in your case it sounds like a pretty good idea. I'm still old-fashioned and like to turn my pages...LOL. If you try Brennan, let me know what you think.


message 6: by Bj (new)

Bj Thanks Jay. I added See No Evil to my TBR, but have a few ebook arcs in queue. Sometimes I find its much easier to squeeze in an audiobook (at the gym, while I do housework/shop etc): ) So I may listen to one first. I'll let you know what I think once I can finally read/or listen to one of her books.


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