The Great Book Reading Challenge

reading, the great book reading challenge, literacy, reading habitsDo you remember how many books you read in 2013? Was it one, five, eight, twelve or more? Most writers want their work to be read, whether it’s a blog, article or book. Each television program, for the most part, have writers who make those individuals in front of the camera look informative, current and polished on the subject they are discussing.

If you don’t remember how many books you read in 2013, then let’s get started and set a goal on how many books you want to read this year. With that in mind, let’s take “The Great Book Reading Challenge!” Although the month of January is behind us for this year, let’s look to the rest of this year by increasing our reading capacity to explore and read more books, even if you are an avid reader. At the same time, if you’re in a book club or not, let’s do all we can to encourage reading regardless of age, gender, race or income.

There is value, insight and power in reading various genres, even if you have a favorite. What are you doing or planning to do in order to encourage others to read and/or write? Any suggestions for some good reads?


2 thoughts on “The Great Book Reading Challenge

  1. fisheysean2012 says:

    Have you read The Ezekiel Project by Christina Knowles? I read it in one day, and I usually take a long time to get through a book. Right now I’m reading The Goldfinch-good but much slower.


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