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How many pages have you read this year? In India, people spend about 10 hours a week reading. The A to Z challenge has always been predominantly authors and book reviewers, all who make excellent sources for recommending pages to read.
For those of you who enjoy participating in challenges with your fellow bloggers (I have a feeling that’s most of you), and would like some extra page-turning motivation, allow me to suggest a few blogs:
The Herd Presents posted some year-long challenges in December, and adds a few more every now and then.
Wishful Endings has the Tackle Your TBR (to be read) challenge, which is in September.
Bout of Books starts on May 14, right after the A to Z challenge.
Feed Your Fiction Addiction has an extensive list.
Need some books?
If you read New Adult fiction (main characters are mostly ages 18 to 25), there’s the New Adult Scavenger Hunt in June and December. If you prefer Young Adult fiction (main characters are mostly ages 14 to 18), there’s the YA Scavenger Hunt – one just happened, but another comes around in October.
Are you hosting a reading challenge on your blog? Have you ever participated in a reading challenge?
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