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2024 Read Your Bookshelf Challenge Announcement - reading prompts for every month of the year, plus a giveaway!

the 2024 READ YOUR BOOKSHELF CHALLENGE

It’s time to share another year of reading prompts with the 2024 Read Your Bookshelf Challenge!

I just did the math and this is year FIVE of the challenge, crazy!

The Read Your Bookshelf Challenge is a fun challenge that always includes a $100 gift card giveaway.

The video below has all the details for the challenge including the rules and the prompts for each month:

If you are joining in on the challenge I would love for you to subscribe to my BookTube channel! Each month I’ll be sharing a TBR for the month and will share the book that I will be reading for the challenge.

2024 READ YOUR BOOKSHELF CHALLENGE

This year I am shaking things up a bit, and thanks to my patrons over on my Patreon, I have created a bit more of an elaborate challenge than in years past. This one has a slight flow chart-esque feel to it.

I am using two of my favorite authors to help with the prompts: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Lucy Maud Montgomery and by the time the challenge is over we’ll see if we each land on team Sherlock, Watson, Anne or Emily.

Like I said, make sure to watch the video for full details, but here’s a look at the prompts for the challenge:

2024 Read Your Bookshelf Challenge Announcement - reading prompts for every month of the year, plus a giveaway!
2024 Read Your Bookshelf Challenge Announcement - reading prompts for every month of the year, plus a giveaway!

You can download a printable version of the challenge here.

The Instagram story templates are now available on my Instagram, check them out in the highlights.

Head here for the form for the giveaway, please only enter once per month.

Thanks for joining in on the challenge!

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2 Comments

  1. This looks so fun! Thank you, Chantel!
    I want to do both 🙂
    So, I may do them at the same time (two books each month) or do LMM for half the year then SACD the second half.

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