Rules (such as they are):
--As the name of the challenge implies, your choice must be a phrase.(Phrase=A sequence of words intended to have meaning.)
I’m going to use the title of this challenge as my phrase this time. That makes 20 books for me to read.
--Any genre of fiction is allowed. Either print or ebooks. Any release date. The only two conditions are that you haven’t read the book before(this will help that TBR mountain I know you all have), and it should be at least 100 pages.
--You don’t have to select your books ahead of time. Even if you do, you can change your books as you go. Your books can crossover with other challenges.
To join in, sign up with Mr. Linky below. (still trying to figure out how to do that one). For bloggers, please use a link to the post where you will be keeping track of the challenge. If you aren't a blogger, just add a comment with the phrase you plan to use.(finally figured out how to enable comments on this page)
--Reviews are not required, but if you want to do one and share the link with us, go for it.
--Challenge runs from January 1, 2012 - December 1, 2012
The reason I’m ending the challenge on Dec. 1st is so that I have time to send out the prize in time for the winner to receive it by Christmas.
Yes, I said prize. Anyone who signs up for the challenge by June 25, 2012(my birthday), chooses a phrase that is at least 10 letters long(not counting any spaces), and completes the challenge by Dec. 1st, will go into a drawing. The winner will be allowed to pick five books off a list I will be providing. I will get them shipped in time for the winner to have them as a Christmas gift. Sorry, US addresses only for this prize. I’m also thinking about a prize for the longest phrase completed.
For more information and to sign-up, please see this post.