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100+ Book Challenge January Linky

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Each book you read, please add the url to that post in the Linky below. I may choose your review as a surprise winner!

HAPPY READING!




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  1. I could never read 100 books in a year unles I includenones read to grandsons

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  2. I'll be joining in; I'm putting my 2014 Reading Challenges post up this week!

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  3. Freda, Happy New Year 2014. Continued success in your blogging endeavors.

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  4. Counting children's books is the only way I can get in my 75 or 80! Maybe next year. Good luck to everyone!!!

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  5. I've listed my book on my 100+ book challenge post; however, the above url is for my review of my first book of the year. Do we have to have a review for each book we read? In other words, had I not had a review posted I wouldn't have a URL to enter above, so what URL would I have provided? Would it have been the URL to the original post? the post that also will list all the books I will have read?

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    1. This Linky is for all your book reviews in January. Each month a new Linky for reviews will be posted. The initial sign up is at the top of this post, just click ' Sign Up Post' or the top of the blog is a Page Button for the challenge where you will find the Linkys for everything challenge related. You can use your original sign up post to list your books, instead of separately. It's just easier, but up to you.

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    2. PS - You are already on the sign up page. So just list your book reviews here.

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  6. ok, maybe I'm slow? Maybe I'm just not able to focus right now? I'm sorry. So, to confirm, I can follow the original sign up link (I put on my blog where people can follow back to your blog) and then post my reviews there? Is that right? It might be best to message me on FB or something like that to let me know. Thanks so much.

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  7. Freda: The linky seems to have disappeared...at least I'm not seeing it after refreshing the page a few times. I'll come back tomorrow and see if it's reappeared. My latest book is another dud (I seem to be on a roll with not-so-good reads at the moment)....so you're not missing much by not seeing the link to the review yet. :-)

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  8. It's back now! I'll link up. (Not sure what was going on...maybe I was in a weird "No Linky Zone" there for a while.

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  9. I've read 14 novels this month but squeezed in 2 reviews. There's always next month. :) http://cmriedel.wordpress.com/ethereal-2014/ethereal-reviews/

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