Wrapping up January's @ReadNobels & looking forward to February!

  • Tuesday, February 02, 2016


January zoomed by, didn't it? As promised I'm doing a monthly wrap-up post for the Read the Nobels 2016 Reading Challenge, which is a yearly version of the perpetual reading challenge Read the Nobels.

Did you know that the Read the Nobels blog features 55 Laureates, over 130 book reviews, and attracted 23 reviewers? And with this challenge, we're sure to up those numbers!

Sign ups so far!

To date, and myself included, we have six participants so far. Show them some love by visiting their sign-up posts and ... maybe you'll think of joining us!

You can find out the easy-as-pie guidelines HERE and even sign up directly below:

Read the Nobels is now on social media!

You can now keep tabs of what's going on at the Read the Nobels on Twitter, Pinterest and Bloglovin. We'd love a follow or two.


Posts, book spotlights and reviews

Only one review at the moment, but totally understandable since we're just starting out:

Kim by Rudyard Kipling, reviewed by Edith LaGraziana of Edith's Miscellany

Free downloadable wallpaper will be featured throughout the year. Check out January, and go ahead and download February!


Book Spotlights
on Nobel-prize winning books read and reviewed on the Read the Nobels blog. Learn a little more about specific books; I'll be featuring them every few weeks here. 



I've also featured Nobel lit books on my regular Friday 56 & Book Beginnings posts:


Grab the challenge button and help us promote! 

Read the Nobels 2016


Remember, the challenge runs from January 1 through December 31, 2016 so feel free to join in any time during the year. Keeping reading those Nobels!

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