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2013 ARC Reading Challenge


Rules:
To sign upleave a direct link to your blog post about this challenge.  Please leave a comment as well.
  
  • You Can join this challenge at anytime throughout the year. 
  • You don't have to make a list of which ARC's you plan to read, but you can if you want.
  • If you choose a lower level, you can always change it to a higher level if you like.  However, you cannot go from a higher level back down to a lower level.
  • Crossovers with other challenges are allowed and Audio-books and ebooks are allowed as long as they are ARC's.
  • Read the books and review them on your blog. If you don't have a blog, you can post your review on sites like Powells, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc. 
  • Please subscribe to my blog, as I will be doing a monthly post with MR Linky.  Please add your reviews for each month in MR Linky in the monthly post.  For your Name, please use this format Name: (Your Name, Book Title and Author's Name) for example: (Teddy, Obsessive Reading by Helen Reader).  Please be sure to use the direct link to your review, not just to your blog.  Then please leave a comment. 
  •  HAVE FUN!

Okay, so I couldn't resist once I looked at my Review pile. I hate to admit, but I still have books from a really long time ago.... I can't figure out how I got so out of hand. At any rate, this will be a good way to get it down and done.

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