Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Keeping Track of the 2010 Challenge

This post is purely for me to keep track of how I am doing on the 2010 challenge, here is what I have done so far:

Young Adult

Any book classified as young adult or featuring a teenage protagonist counts for this category.

T.B.R. **
Intended to help reduce the old T.B.R. pile. Books for this category must be already residents of your bookshelves as of 1/11/09.

Shiny & New
Bought a book NEW during 2010 from a bookstore, online, or a supermarket? Then it counts for this category. Second-hand books do not count for this one, but, for those on book-buying bans, books bought for you as gifts or won in a giveaway also count!

Bad Blogger’s ***
Books in this category, should be ones you’ve picked up purely on the recommendation of another blogger count for this category (any reviews you post should also link to the post that convinced you give the book ago).

A Lady Like Sarah by Maragaret Brownley (recommended by My Friend Amy)

Support your local charity shops with this category, by picking up books from one of their shops. Again, for those on book-buying bans, books bought for you as gifts also count, as long as they were bought from a charity shop.

New in 2010
This category is for those books newly published in 2010 (whether it be the first time it is has been released, or you had to wait for it to be published in your country, it counts for this one!)

Older Than You
Read two books that were published before you were born, whether that be the day before or 100 years prior!

Big Rock Candy Mountain by Wallace Stegner
The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells

Win! Win!
Have a couple of books you need to read for another challenge? Then this is the category to use, as long that is, you don’t break the rules of the other challenge by doing so! ;)

Who Are You Again?
This one isn’t just for authors you’ve never read before, this is for those authors you have never even heard of before!

Up to You!
The requirements for this category are up to you! Want to challenge yourself to read some graphic novels? A genre outside your comfort zone? Something completely wild and wacky? Then this is the category to you. The only requirement is that you state it in your sign-up post.

The Curse of the Spider King by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

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