I wasn’t sure about this challenge when I started looking at the list of books but I found 12 books on the list that are in my TBR stack so I’m going to give it a go with some double dipping into and from other challenges.

Q1 2012 Update: 1 book down.  Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll


Here is a run down of the origins of the challenge (from Caitie at Pub Writers):

I got this book for Christmas a couple years ago and am slowly making my way through the list. I have discovered some amazing books and writers. I don’t expect to ever read all of the books – but I do want to make a dent in the list and want to open it up for other to join me! The list is so great because it has a huge variety! There are classics that you may have read in school, but there are also some great books we have all missed and some fantastic world literature.

The challenge is simple – read some books from the list! If you don’t own the actual book, you can find a simple list online. For the most basic, check out the Listology list. There are spreadsheets outs there that you can look at too that are more complex.

Sine this year is an Olympics year, I thought the structure would change…so here are the levels this year!


Got to trials:  5 books from the list
          Goal for this year!
Made the Olympic team: 6-10 books from the list
Bronze medal: 11-15 books from the list
Silver Medal: 16-20  books from the list:
Gold Medal: 21+ books from the list


Challenge runs January 1 2012 – December 31 2012.

You don’t have to make a list beforehand. 

You DO need to choose your level at the beginning so you have a chance to win the prize!

You can use any version of the list, not just the current, since they update it every couple years. I figure, once a book is on the list, it is always on the list!

Books that cover other challenges are not only permitted, but encouraged!

Share This Post tags, , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.