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100+ Book Challenge 2014 Wrap-Up & #Giveaway

I failed my own challenge last year, well, as I sit and write this post. Though I could post a couple more short stories that I have read and kept the review wrote down. I just haven't had time. So, as of right now, I have read 98 books. Just fell short. I'm not proud.

How did you do? Did you meet your reading goal, even if less than 100?

So in this wrap-up, instead of adding a Linky, put your final link in the comments below and add your name in the Rafflecopter form for a secret prize. You must do this to win anyway. If you would rather not have a prize and just want to add your final post for us/me to check out, then leave the url in the comments below and don't bother with the Rafflecopter. Either way, leave your link!

Thank you for joining me in the challenge, and I hope you join in for 2015 if you haven't already! Happy reading and good luck!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS OPEN TO 2014 CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS ONLY!



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  1. Hello!
    I wasn't very active through the year and couldn't review all of my books (only 1/4 of them as fact) so I'll just drop my wrap-up link here.
    http://topchochanbooks.blogspot.com/2014/12/wrap-up-post-100-books.html

    Anyway I am happy with my results ,reading more than a hundred titles this year. And I will def join in the 2015 challenge with the hope to review more and be regular :) Thanks for hosting!

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  2. I exceeded my 100 book goal for the challenge in 2014. Here is the list of books read:
    http://bookdilettante.blogspot.com/2014/12/books-read-2014.html

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  3. I almost doubled the 100 challenge goal this year (not quite--I don't know that I'll ever read 200 books in one year again...). Here's my final wrap up post: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2014/12/final-wrap-up-100-book-challenge.html

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  4. Sorry to hear you fell short. I think short stories count >.> I could of put down manga too. I think that counts. Anything with words and brain thinking yep. Final post to the entire thing with a complete list of books read last year http://skyekiloh.wordpress.com/2014/12/26/holiday-times-and-last-fredas-list-update-for-2014/

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    1. I was short when I wrote the post but managed to make 100 before the night was out. :-)

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  5. Thank you so much, Freda! I'm so excited that I won! I got your email and respond properly tonight.

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