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Standalone Reading Challenge – Month Four

Posted by on April 1, 2012

Welcome back to the fourth month of the first annual Standalone Reading Challenge!
If you’re not familiar with the challenge I am co-hosting with Britta from I Like These Books, read the full introductory post here. Once you sign up, be sure to pick up one of ten buttons here.

The 2012 Standalone Reading Challenge is basically what its name stands for: during the year 2012 you must challenge yourself to read Standalone novels. 15 to be exact. And they must all be a part of the YA genre.

Today, we’re back again with a great prize pack! The winner of the March pack will be announced and contacted soon. Thanks to all who linked to their reviews. We enjoy seeing what you think and how far along in the challenge you are! If you didn’t link up last month, here’s another chance (I mean LOOK how great the prize pack is).

(1) ARC of Lexapros and Cons by Aaron Karo
(1) ARC of The International Kissing Club by Ivy Adams
(1) Hardcover of Purity by Jackson Pearce
(1) Hardcover of It’s Our Prom (So Deal With It) by Julie Anne Peters
(1) Hardcover of Kill Switch by Chris Lynch
(1) Hardcover of Counting Backwards by Laura Lascarso

Other Goodies:
~ Don’t Breathe a Word swag
~ The Wicked and the Just Swag
~ Take a Bow bookmark
~ (Signed) Wonderlove bookmark

Special thanks to the donators:
Little, Brown Books
Holly Cupala
Elizabeth Eulberg
Kirsten Hubbard
J. Anderson Coats
Simon and Schuster

So what are you waiting for? Read, Review, and Link up! {Book title & name please! Example: Wanderlove (Britta) or Harbinger (Icey Books)}. And if you still haven’t signed up, do so HERE.

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  1. Hey, I'm not entirely sure how this works, since I just found the challenge. I made a list of books and all. However, I'm going to have read way more than fifteen books by the end of the year. Do only fifteen count? Or, should we link up all of the standalones we read? If the former, I'll probably remove a couple of those and I'll edit my list, because it's too long right now!

    Thanks for the clarification!

  2. Gah! They just released the news that Unraveling has a sequel. I wasn't sure. That one should be removed. Sigh. I mean, I'm glad to get more, but it's a pain to change it up.

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