2013 NetGalley Knockout!

I’m excited to be participating in Goldilox and the Three Weres’ 2013 NetGalley Knockout!

This is a summer challenge where bloggers try to “knock out” as many review books as they can–whether they be from NetGalley, Edelweiss, or publisher/author review books.

Here are the details from her blog if you’d like to sign up yourself ūüôā

  • Netgalley Knockout will run from¬†July 1 – September 30
  • You are not limited to ebooks from Netgalley! You can include any ebook you have received for review from Netgalley, Edelweiss, or from a publisher or author directly. It just¬†must¬†be an¬†ebook¬†and it must be a¬†review book.
  • You can only count books that you read from July 1 to September 30. Nothing read before the challenge starts or after it ends will count toward the challenge!
  • You do¬†not¬†have to only include books released during the months July, August, or September – but you can include these, of course! Any electronic review book counts, whether it has already been released or is still yet to be released!
  • Again, even if the book has already been released, if you’re reading a review ebook copy of it then it counts toward the challenge!
***And if you find this post after July 1st – no worries! You can join the challenge through the linky all the way up to September 1st if you’d like!***
There will be a giveaway for any blogs who link up their wrap up post at the end of the challenge in September! Every blog on that linky will be entered and one winner will be randomly chosen to receive an ebook of their choice under $15.00 from the ebook seller of their choice!


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Posted on June 29, 2013, in books, reading. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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