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2016 EBook Reading Challenge



Challenge Guidelines:

This challenge will run from Jan 1, 2016 – Dec 31, 2016.


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).


Any genre or length of book counts, as long as it is in ebook format.


You can plan your books in advance or as you read them.


When you sign up in the linky, put the direct link to your post about joining the E-Book Reading Challenge.


Sign-ups will be open throughout 2016, so feel free to join at any time during the year.


I choose Level 3 Megabytes: 25 Ebooks

  1. The Shamrock Case - Linda Weaver Clarke
  2. Killer Pursuit - Jeff Gunhus
  3. Grumpy Cat Volume 1
  4. The Missing Heir - Linda Weaver Clarke
  5. Uglies - Scott Westerfeld
  6. The Iron Warrior - Julie Kagawa
  7. The Epic of Gilgamesh
  8. Appalachian Serenade - Sarah Loudin Thomas
  9. Stars Above - Marissa Meyer
  10. Bittersweet - Sarah Ockler
  11. Reinventing Rachel - Alison Strobel
  12. Dragon's Lair - Chantal Fernando
  13. The Perfect Ruin - Lauren DeStefano
  14. The Treatment - Suzanne Young
  15. The Remedy - Suzanne Young
  16. The Mysterious Doll - Linda Weaver Clarke
  17. When I Was The Greatest - Jason Reynolds
  18. Soldier - Julie Kagawa
  19. The Fourteen Day Soul Detox - Rita Stradling
  20. Zeroes - Scott Westerfeld
  21. The Sunlight Pilgrims - Jenni Fagan
  22. Armoires And Arsenic - Cassie Page
  23. The Summer That Melted Everything - Tiffany McDaniel
  24. The Midas Tree - Lesley Phillips
  25. The Deathday Letter - Shaun David Hutchinson



**No compensation was received for posting. This post is part of an annual reading challenge.

Comments

  1. You're making me join a lot of challenge Freda! :)
    Good luck to us both!

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  2. I joined this challenge too, along with a ton of others.

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  3. It is a good idea but I don't have it in me to join in

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  4. Good luck! I don't read a ton of ebooks, mostly ones from the library.

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