2012 Completely Contemp Challenge
Yes... another one. It's not my fault, it's the late night browsing that makes everything sound fun and like a great idea. This one is harder in a way though because I never read contemporary books, almost never. But, that's why I signed up... to explore other genres. However, I am going to set my goal low. I've already started three other challenges and this is only my first year blogging... I don't want to over do it.
Here's the challenge...
Completely Contemp Challenge Hosted by Chick Loves Lit
My Number: 3
My Number: 3
This reading challenge aims to fit a few more contemporary novels into your reading schedule throughout the year!
The Completely Contemp Challenge asks YOU to choose the number of contemporary books you read in 2012 (with 3 being the minimum).
When setting your goal, you choose a number 1-99 and insert that into the categories:
YOUR NUMBER of contemporary books published in 2010
YOUR NUMBER of contemporary books published in 2011
YOUR NUMBER of contemporary books published in 2012
For example, if you chose your number as two, you would read
Two published in 2010
Two published in 2011
Two published in 2012
This allows those of you who do not read much contemporary to pick a lower level (you can read three in a year!), and those of you like me who read a LOT of contemporary can pick a higher number
Those who complete this challenge will have the opportunity to display a completed challenge button on their blog, will be eligible for prize packages throughout the year, and will receive extra entries in giveaways during Completely Contemporary celebrations here at Chick Loves Lit in 2012
Okay, because this is a genre I really never read... I am setting my goal low -- just dipping my toes in the contemporary genre pool.
1. Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins
2. Before I Fall, by Lauren Oliver
3. Some Girls Are, Courtney Summers
1. Lola and the Boy Next Door, by Stephanie Perkins
2. Catching Jordan, by Miranda Kenneally
3. The Probability of Miracles, by Wendy Wunder
1. The Fine Art of Truth or Dare, by Melissa Jensen
2. The Catastrophic History of You and Me, by Jess Rotheberg
3. The Disenchantments, by Nina LaCour