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100+ Book Challenge


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Sign ups will close April 1st. I figure it might be hard to read 100 books past then.

For those in the challenge, best of luck!

The goal is to read at least 100 books. They can be ebooks, print or audio. There is no page limit, though it has to at least be a short story/novella to count. List your books as you go and be sure to add each review to the Linky that I provide each month.


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MAY LINKY
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JUNE LINKY
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JULY LINKY
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SEPTEMBER LINKY
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OCTOBER LINKY
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NOVEMBER LINKY
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Comments

  1. I feel up to the challenge! Include me in the line-up!

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    1. Create a post on your blog or Goodreads and leave your url in the Linky form on the sign up page. Just click the word 'Sign Up Page' to enter.

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  2. I would really like to sign up for this, I could always read more and being commited should hold me accountable

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  3. Freda: Just entered my 101st book on the July linky. That means I've officially made the 100+ mark. I'll still be reading (of course :-) )--but challenge goal met!

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    1. That is fantastic! Congratulations Bev! I bet you will read over 200 this year!

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  4. Ah man. I think I'm just a few months too late for this huh? haha

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    1. Go here: http://www.fredasvoice.com/2014/12/100-book-challenge-2015-sign-up.html

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  6. So I posted on the 2014 challenge page, oops. Finally figured out why I couldn't find the linky, added my url to the December linky for the 2015 challenge. At least I think that's what I did!
    I'm guessing I'm supposed to post updates on the linky for whatever month it is. :)
    I've never read 100 books in a year but I'm giving this a go!

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    1. I got your url in the right spot, no worries. Thanks again for joining! Good luck and Happy reading!

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  7. I will participate again next year. Hopefully Ill be working on more reviews this next year then this year. It was fun to keep track of the books I read.

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  8. Oh... A hundred books! Good for all participants! I wish I could read that many! My 2016 Goodreads challenge is only 30 books! I abandon MANY books That's why my average rating is so high. If I finish a book it's usually because I like it a lot :) thanks for visiting my blog early today Freda :)

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  9. Wow, I like keep track too, but not sure if I want to do it so formally!!

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