Book Blogging Challenge Thingie Edition#2

Remember the reading cum blogging challenge RavenclawSam, Tanvi and I did last year?

I’m sure you don’t. We weren’t very regular about it. The challenge which was supposed to go on for an entire year barely lasted for two months.

Kudos, Mia. Another challenge completed successfully.


2015 is gone. So is the chance for completing the Book Blogging Challenge Thingie Edition 1.

Never fear, 2016 is here.

So I bring to you-


BBCT edition 2 comes with some changes.

For starters, my partner in crime will this time be Dee from The Vocal Wallflower.

Last year, Sam and I made reading lists of the books we had already read for each other. Meaning, 12 books read by Sam for me and vice versa.

This year, Dee and I will be reading books that neither of us have read before. So we’ll pick a book that both of us are desperate to read, limit ourselves to a few chapters per day and discuss a lot.

That’s the plan at least.

Dee and I had read Eon by Allison Goodman last year in a similar fashion. It was so so much fun! All the debates and analyses! When a new perspective is added to yours, the results are nothing short of miraculous. Plus she notices things that I don’t and I notice story arcs and motives that she might not.

So for the month of January, we’ll be reading Eon’s sequel Eona.


We have been planning on reading Eona for a really long time now but being really good at procrastination, we managed to evade the plans.

What better book than Eona to start BBCT?

We’ll be posting our thoughts on the book of the month by the 31st of every month.

I promise you this challenge won’t be left incomplete.

Be a happy potato ^_^

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. bookaddict14
    Apr 05, 2016 @ 17:53:25

    Yay!! So excited!… Even if we skipped the last 2 months 🙈 and I totally forgot to post about this



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