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2013 eBook Challenge

The 2013 Ebook Challenge. Encouraging readers to expand past just physical books to embrace eBooks in all forms, whether on Kindle, Kobo, computer, or any other reader.

Challenge Guidelines:
  1. This challenge will run from Jan 1, 2013 – Dec 31, 2013.
  2. Anyone can join, you don’t need to be a blogger. If you don’t have a blog, feel free to sign-up in the comments. You can post reviews to any book site (i.e. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Goodreads, etc).
  3. Any genre or length of book counts, as long as it is in eBook format.
  4. You can plan your books in advance or as you read them.
  5. When you sign up in the Linky, put the direct link to your post about joining the E-Book Reading Challenge.
  6. You can move up levels, but no moving down.
  7. Sign-ups will be open until Dec 15, 2013, so feel free to join at any time throughout the year.
Levels:
  1. Floppy disk – 5 ebooks
  2. CD – 10 ebooks
  3. DVD – 25 ebooks
  4. Memory stick – 50 ebooks
  5. Hard drive – 75 ebooks
  6. Server – 100 ebooks
  7. Human brain – 150 ebooks

I joined this challenge in 2012 and then didn't post one single book. Bad, Freda! I won't do that this year. I will post each eBook I read and review, and hope you'll join in if you read eBooks too.

LEVEL: CD

That's what my aim will be. As stated in the rules above, you can go up but you can't go down, so if I read more than 10, I'll move on up like the Jefferson's.
Good luck to all the challenge participants! Happy eReading!


1. Iron's Prophecy - Julie Kagawa
2. Heaven Sent - E. Van Lowe
3. My Dog's Got Fleas - Julia Dweck
4. Writers' Devotions To Go - LeAnn Campbell
5. Diva Delights Devotions To Go - Marilyn Nutter
6. Baked Alaska - Josi Kilpack
7. Edgewood - Karen McQuestion
8. I Am Alive - Cameron Jace
9. A Shade of Vampire - Bella Forrest 
10. Pilgrimage of Promise - Cathy Bryant

CHALLENGE COMPLETED APRIL 4, 2013.

11. Jack Templar Monster Hunter - Jeff Gunhus
12. The Keeper of Dawn - J.B. Hickman
13. A Shade of Blood - Bella Forrest
14. Candy and the Cankersaur - Jason Sandberg
15. The Fallen Prince - Shea Berkley
16. Linked - Imogen Howsen
17. Jack Templar and the Monster Academy - Jeff Gunhus
18. Chameleon - Kelly Oram
19. Real Mom's Devotions To Go
20. A Castle of Sand - Bella Forrest
21. Two-way Street - Lauren Barnholdt
22. How My Summer Went Up In Flames - Jennifer Salvato Doktorski
23. Ghost Light - E.J. Stevens
24. Bekka of Thorns - Steve Shilstone
25. What The Spell - Brittany Geragotelis
26. OCD Love Story - Corey Ann Haydu
27. Off The Clock - Kenzie Michaels
28. Poison Princess - Kresley Cole
29. Rory - Ciye Cho
30. The Redemption of Callie & Kayden - Jessica Sorensen
31. The Forsaken - Lisa M. Stasse
32. Kotowaza: Useful Japanese Proverbs & Sayings
33. What Really Happened in Peru - Cassandra Clare
34. Cute and Funny Cat Pictures - Grace Bryant
35. Burn For Burn - Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian
36. Rocky Road - Josi S. Kilpack
37. The Ion Traitor - Julie Kagawa
38. Dangerous Girls - Abigail Haas
39. Rot & Ruin - Jonathan Maberry
40. A Christmas Carol - Michele Gorman
41. Jack Templar and the Lord of the Vampires - Jeff Gunhus
42. Fury - Elizabeth Miles
43. The Girl Who Ruled Fairyland--For A Little While - Cathrynne M. Valente
44. Little Shepherd - Cheryl C. Malandrinos
45. Shadow - Amanda Sun
46. Night Chill - Jeff Gunhus
47. Forbidden Sister - V.C. Andrews
48. Lucky Man - Michael J. Fox
49. AARP 2013 Almanac
50. A Shadow of Light - Bella Forrest
51. Haven - Kristi Cook
52. The Slow Cooker Cookbook
53. Butter My Butt and Call Me A Biscuit and Other Country Sayings
54. S Is For Stupid - Leland Gregory
55. Gardening Day-to-Day Seeds of Wisdom 2013

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