Sunday, January 8, 2012

E-Book Challenge 2012

Host: Sarah from Workday Reads

Challenge: Read the minimum number of ebooks for your chosen level.

My Level: DVD Read 25 ebooks

Time frame: January 1 to December 31, 2012

I did this challenge last year and met my challenge of 12 ebooks in early December, but proceeded to read three more by the end of the year, bringing my total number of ebooks read last year to 15. That's pretty shabby! The thing is, I love my ipad, but I'm still reading from my pre-existing TBR of paper books, plus it's my personal policy to buy new books only if I can't find them at the library first. I also bought a lot of author signed books at the RWA literacy signing in June, so that made up for a lot of my new books bought in 2011. I anticipate reading more and more new releases on my ipad this year, so hopefully I can double the number of ebooks I read.

I'll keep a running list of the ebooks I read throughout the year in this post.

1.  Tides of Passion by Tracy Sumner
2. Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee
3. The Bro-Magnet by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
4. Conor's Way by Laura Lee Guhrke
5. Forever Mine by Delilah Marvelle
6. Capturing the Silken Thief by Jeannie Lin
7. The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan
8. Tangle of Need by Nalini Singh
9. Hearts of Fire by Kira Brady
10. Beautiful Mess by Lucy V. Morgan
11. Before the Moon Rises by Catherine Bybee
12. Embracing the Wolf by Catherine Bybee
13. Ride With Me by Ruthie Knox
14. The Rift Walker by Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith
15. Cold Fire by Kate Elliot
16. Through the Lens by K.M. Jackson
17. The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook
18. Mina Wentworth and the Invisible City by Meljean Brook
19. Venom by Jennifer Estep
20. Holiday Kisses by Shannon Stacey et. al.
21. Lumberjack in Love by Penny Watson
22. We'll Be Home For Christmas by HelenKay Dimon
23. Deck The Halls With Love by Lorraine Heath
24. Tangled Threads by Jennifer Estep
25. The Scandalous, Dissolute, No-Good Mr. Wright by Tessa Dare



  1. I'm like you. I usually only buy books if the library doesn't get them. And even then I tend to wait until they're available for inter-library loan. I prefer a paper book in my hand, but since Chris bought the kindle for me I have downloaded about six books since then, four of which were free reads. *g* I wish you the absolute best of luck with all your challenges this year!

  2. Brandy, it sounds like we share a similar book-buying-borrowing policy. It's cost-effective this way, right?

    Thanks for all the challenge well wishes!


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