I’m always getting books from the library either physical or digital, so this is the perfect challenge for me. It’s hosted by Angels Guilty Pleasures and Books of My Heart and it’s probably one of the easiest challenges you can do.
Runs: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021. You can join any time.
You can join anytime.
The sign-up will remain open until Dec. 31, 2021.
Put a sign up post on your blog or (dedicate a Goodreads shelf or LibraryThing) and link it in the linky on the hosts sites; make sure it’s public.
A quarterly Email is being offered, dedicated to the library love challenge, focusing on the quarterly posts. Everyone who signs up will get a confirmation email. You can unsubscribe at any time, including after the signing-up.
Please link back to both challenge hosts and include the challenge button in your sign-up posts.
The goal is to read at least twelve (12) books from the library, but you can read more. There is no maximum limit.
Any format will work for this challenge (print, eBook or audiobook)as long as you checked it out from the library.
Books can be any genre (fiction, nonfiction, romance, fantasy, mystery, thriller, horror, etc.).
Crossovers from other reading challenges are allowed, including re-reads.
As an added bonus, there are FOUR GIVEAWAYS with this Challenge. They will be (Jan., Feb., & March), (April, May, & June), (July, Aug., & Sept.), & last (Oct., Nov., & Dec.). A link-up will go up on both Angel’s Guilty Pleasures and Books of My Heart; where you can leave your links for the reviews on your library books you read. So make sure to stop by to enter. More details at sign up.
Write a review to enter the giveaway – 2 sentences or an essay, whatever works for you, but there is a minimum of 2 sentences.
Please use #LibraryLoveChallenge when sharing your reviews, library pictures, etc
Dewey Decimal: Read 12 books
Thrifty Reader: Read 24 books
Overdrive Junkie: Read 36 books
Library Addict: Read 48 books
Library Card on Fire: Read 60+ books
I think I’m going to go for Thrifty Reader as I get books out but don’t always read them.