March 20, 2014 – June 20, 2014
Series! We love reading books in a series. There’s something about getting to know a character over several books and reading more of their adventures. However, unfortunately, sequels have a tendency to take over one’s TBR list. You read the first book in a series and enjoy very much, but then you realize that the series has been running for years and you have eight more books to add to your reading pile! And you mean to read them, but then you see that your favourite author has just published the first book in a new series, or your friend recommends you this other book that you simply have to read now…
You get the picture. So here at Words in a Teacup we’ve decided that it’s time to do some spring cleaning in our TBR list!
- This challenge will run from the beginning to the end of spring: March 20th to June 20th 2014.
- The goal is to read as many sequels as possible.
- A “sequel” is any book that is part of a series, apart from the first one. So prequels and midquels would also count. Anything goes, the only restriction is no standalone novels and no first books in a series.
- If we start a new series during the challenge period, the second (and third, and fourth…) book in that series will count for Sequel Spring.
Audience participation time?!
Words in a Teacup is a tiny new blog so it’s very possible that it’ll be just Isa and Ren doing the challenge, but we thought it might be fun to try and get other people to join us. We’ll be making a post every couple of weeks to keep track of our progress and if other people join we’d love to link to our favourite Sequel Spring reviews.
- You can join whenever you want and you can read as many (or as few) sequels as you want.
- Books read for other challenges also count. Audiobooks also count.
- You don’t need a blog to participate. If you’re not a blogger you can link to your Goodreads, Shelfari, LibraryThing, Tumblr, Facebook… anything!
- If you have a blog, it’d be cool if you created a challenge page, or grab a button and link back.
This reading challenge is hosted by Words in a Teacup. For more information and to sign-up, please see this post.