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100+ Book Challenge 2015 Sign Up

Back again for another year, I decided to do this challenge. Congrats to everyone who took part last year, even if you didn't read 100 books.

I read, so far, 85 books last year. Not bad at all in my opinion. I always aim for more though, even if it doesn't always happen.


Rules are as follows:

1. Create a post, but list as you read, either a blog or GoodReads, somewhere I can see it, and leave your url to that post in the Linky below.
2. Read some books. Any books. No limit in pages, even the phone book counts if that is your fancy. Just read!
3. That's it!



Sign up closes April 1st, 2015
Sign up is closed now. If you wish to join, you must email me or leave a comment.

Same as last year. Easy. Just read and link up your review so I can read it and possibly add to my wishlist. :-) 

Same as last year I will be awarding prizes if I can afford to. I am not under obligation to award prizes though, just to be clear. I did pretty good last year. I tried to award every one who added to the Linky each month. 

Each beginning of the month a new Linky for your reviews will be posted.

See you there and happy reading!

Read 100 books or more in 2015!
Good luck!











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Comments

  1. There was a time when I cleared a couple hundred titles every year. Now I'm doing good to go through a dozen a year.

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    1. I find I read less and less every year too but always aim for just a little more.

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  2. I missed this last year and was hoping you'll host it again. Thanks Freda. will sign-up soon.

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  3. I find Jan-Dec 31 spans taxing, hence I'm struggling through linking and even reading till I step out for new year's! Thereafter, I'll have time to consider writing new posts. Yours will be among them, my fellow Canadian. I would pleased to have you in my own parlour. Have a look. :) Joyeux Noel! Carolyn. https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/riedel-challenges-2015/

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  4. Good luck, all. I didn't meet my goal last year, but I hope I can this year.

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  5. Yep going for another year~

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  6. Hi and thanks for checking my wrap up post for the last year. I'll try myself again this year.
    Te linky button tells me I can't add, I'll check it again later, but for now here's my sign up post - http://topchochanbooks.blogspot.com/2015/01/2015-100-books-challenge.html

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    1. Sorry about that. Thanks for letting me know it was closed, it is open now. :-)

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  7. Thanks for hosting, Freda! I fell five short of a hundred last year, but I'm trying again!

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  8. Could never read that many, only if I count all the books I start but never finish, ha ha! I try to finish three books a month, but occasionally do four.

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