2012 Self-Published Reading Challenge

I love Indie books. I have so many in my Kindle that I haven’t gotten around to reading and that I’m going to wait to read so they count for this challenge. I constantly check on Amazon and Smashwords new and free e-books section (Barnes and Nobles not so much even though that is where I get paper copies of the books). This challenge is right up my alley.

Details: From January 1, 2o12 to December 31, 2012
Hosted by WorkADay Reads


  1. Sentence – 5 books
  2. Paragraph- 10 books
  3. Page – 25 books
  4. Chapter – 50 books
  5. Short Story – 75 books
  6. Novel – 100 books
  7. Series – 150 books

I’m going for Chapter so 5o books in total.

  1. Cameron’s Law by Mia Darien
  2. Trouble Brewing by Edward Winslow
  3. Killing Faith by Eric Meyer
  4. Finding Alice by Andrea DiGiglio
  5. All’s Fair in Vanities War by Elizabeth Marx
  6. Destined by Jessie Harrell
  7. Farsighted by Emily Chand
  8. Dark Visions by Jonas Saul
  9. The Emerald City by J.A Beard
  10. Intangible by J. Meyers
  11. Thoughtless by Jacqueline Gardner
  12. Killer Bytes by Alan Williams
  13. Dead Man Walking by Marty Shaw
  14. Kiss Me, I’m Irish by Bella Street
  15. The Lure of Shapinsay by Krista Holle
  16. The Annihilation of Foreverland by Tony Bertauski
  17. The Secret of the Scarlet Stone by T.L Clarke
  18. Awakening by Karice Bolton
  19. The Faustian Host by Dave Becker
  20. Hym and Hur by Philip Frey
  21. The Flower Bowl Spell by Olivia Boler
  22. Spirits in Trees by Morgan Hannah MacDonald
  23. Guardian of Fate by L.J Kentowski
  24. Zan by Dalya Moon
  25. Waiting for Daybreak– Amanda McNeil
  26. Dust– Devon Ashley
  27. The Z Word-Bella Street
  28. Flight– Alyssa Rose Ivy

Posted on December 3, 2011, in 2012 Challenges and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Thanks for signing up for both challenges. They should be lots of fun. Smashwords is a great site, but bad for the TBR list.

  2. Wow, I am really impressed that you are aiming for 50 books! I’ve signed up for the paragraph level, but want to try to reach page level 😉 Happy reading!

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