Hey, friends. As we close out January this week, I’m getting even more excited about a neat reading challenge over on Goodreads that takes place in February this year. A few friends and I founded the Read More “ReMo” Challenge in 2019, so this is the second annual ReMo Challenge. All the rules and the giveaway details are over in this Goodreads group, which is also where the challenge takes place.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got more books in your TBR stacks than you really know what to do with, but you’re still trying to read ALL of them anyway. If that sounds familiar, this reading challenge is probably right up your alley. Hop on over there and sign up in the “Set Goals” thread, and I’ll get you linked up in the list of participants.
Since this is a leap year, that will give us an extra day to fit in even more books toward the challenge. Maybe one day doesn’t make a huge difference, but we won’t know until we try.
The giveaway this year is only for United States residents, due to monetary constraints. But we’ve got some great books in the mix. The details of the THREE prize packs will go up on the Goodreads group sometime this week, if I don’t forget. I’m really excited to share books from a couple of my favorite authors, and two of my friends are also donating a couple of books. We have a total of SEVEN books to give away, including one penned by our very own Erika Mathews, one of my co-founders of ReMo Challenge and a writing buddy who’s been a great encouragement to me.
Which books will you read for ReMo, if you choose to join in the fun? Won’t it be fun to clear out some space in your TBR stacks so that you can get even more books to fill that space right back up?
Or did I miss the point of this challenge…
Either way, this ought to be a complete blast, and I hope you’ll join me for the second annual ReMo Challenge.
Some authors I’m trying to read next month are some I’ve enjoyed in the past. Roseanna White, Melissa Tagg, Sarah Sundin… and a few more. My goal is nine books or 1,350 pages. It’s going to be neat to see how many total pages I end up reading in February. I don’t usually track that stat, so it will be interesting to see how it unfolds.
Do you like keeping stats of what books and how many pages or anything else of your reading adventures? What’s your favorite method of keeping track of these stats (notebook, computer program, etc.)?
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*All graphics created by Erika Mathews.