Friday, January 31, 2014

#RCCleanup | Review Copy Cleanup 4.0: Goals + Updates!

It's time once again for one of my favorite book challenge on the web, Review Copy CleanUp! The challenge is hosted by Vicky @Books, Biscuits and Tea and Celine @Nyx Book Reviews. The idea of the event is to help bloggers get caught up on reading and reviewing their review copies given to them by authors, publishers, and sites like Netgalley.

 Being a book blogger is no easy task when it comes to running a blog but one thing that always seems to get very overwhelming is finding/making the time to read and review books that were requested. I know myself I continue to have a growing pile of books to read and while I do eventually read them all for review I feel bad for making the author/publisher wait. This event is the perfect way to challenge yourself to do more reading and reviewing. I am super excited to be able to join in on this fun challenge  once again again.

Come join me? Sign ups end February 15, 2012. 

Here are the books I want to read & review:
Heartbeat by Elizabeth Scott
Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
The Well's End by Seth Fishman
Counting to D by Kate Scott
Hope Defined by Shannon Humphrey
Find Momo by Andrew Knapp

Reading \ Read \ Reviewed

Reading now:
Find Momo by Andrew Knapp

Hope Defined by Shannon Humphrey

Reviewed | LINK to review

Above I will be keeping track of my progress during the month and updating often. You will be able to find a permanent link to this post on the "book challenges" page above. Be sure to stop by if you wish to see what recent updates have been posted. Feel free to link your goals post below in the comments section so I may come and check out your progress as well.

Happy Reading & Wish me good luck!

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