Category: Challenges

Back to the Classics 2013

  This is the second of two year-long challenges that I’ll be participating in during 2013 (the other being my own 2013 TBR Pile Challenge).  I’m taking part in this one because 1) Sarah is awesome; 2) The challenge has some great twists, including… Continue Reading “Back to the Classics 2013”

TBR Pile Checkpoint #8 – August Progress!

Congrats to this month’s winner, Karen from Karen’s Books & Chocolate!  Dearest TBR Pile Challengers – Welcome to Another Checkpoint! It is August 15th, which means we have crossed the half-way point and are now officially on the downslope for our 2013 TBR Pile Challenge!… Continue Reading “TBR Pile Checkpoint #8 – August Progress!”

TBR Pile Checkpoint #7 – July Progress!

  Hi, Hey, & Hello There, all TBR Pile Challengers! It is July 15th, which means we have crossed the half-way point and are now officially on the downslope for our 2013 TBR Pile Challenge!  So far, the overall progress and participation in this year’s challenge has… Continue Reading “TBR Pile Checkpoint #7 – July Progress!”

Austen in August: Sign-Up Post! (#AustenInAugustRBR)

Welcome to the sign-up post for AUSTEN IN AUGUST, an annual reading event celebrating one of literature’s greatest writers! This event was inspired by a Twitter conversation that took place between three founders of The Classics Club.  Last year was a huge success, and I… Continue Reading “Austen in August: Sign-Up Post! (#AustenInAugustRBR)”

TBR Pile Checkpoint #6 – June Progress!

  Hello, TBR Pile Challengers! It is June 15th and, ready or not, we are now officially HALF-WAY through 2013 and half-way through our 2013 TBR Pile Challenge!  I have been very impressed by all the progress being made through these challenge lists – the… Continue Reading “TBR Pile Checkpoint #6 – June Progress!”

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