I had no clue that January was Book Blitz Month. Book Blitz was created probably because many people get books for Christmas. I don’t know about you, but I’ll take any excuse I can get to read more books! Of course, I’ve always got a book that I’m reading on hand. I’m challenging myself to read mostly books that I OWN already.
I’m an e-book hoarder. I take advantage of obtaining FREE e-books daily. Some of my favorite sites include BookGorilla.com, ManyBooks.net, Tydale.com, RomanceRockStars.net, and BookBub.com just to name a few. Of course, you can also keep track of Amazon’s top 100 Free books too. I also get to choose from some of the Kindle’s First Picks thanks to having an Amazon Prime Membership.
As a result, I have thousands of e-books that I OWN. Many of which, I know I’ll never read, but because it was available for free at one time I got it. You never know when you may be in the mood to read a different kind of book, right? At least that’s my argument for getting them. Plus, I do like having the ability to loan out books to my friends who are looking for a new book to read.
Finding out that January was Book Blitz month made me decide that I am going to challenge myself to read at least 52 books that I ALREADY own this year. I typically read that many books AT LEAST a year. You can follow along with the books I’ve read each month by reading my monthly Booklover’s Book Reviews. There are times when I do reviews for books outside of those monthly posts too.
Get FREE Printable Reading Log Sheet
I also decided to create a simple printable reading log sheet for you for this challenge too. I hope you’ll take advantage of getting it for FREE. Just click —> HERE. (It should automatically download for you.) I’d love to see what books you’ve read this year if you want to share with me.
You can also join these official challenges too:
First four books on my list:
If you’re looking for more ways to make Book Blitz even more eventful this month be sure and check out Nicole’s Cool Ways to Make Book Blitz Month Fun.
What is your first book on your to-read list for 2017?