NetGalley Month ~ October 2011

I can't believe I didn't learn more about exactly what NetGalley month is until now- which is perfect timing even if I am a few days late signing up!

If you're like me, netGalley is amazing but also a bit of a problem.. it's just so easy to click on all those little book titles and then forget about them once they're on your e-reader while new print books arrive and sit on your shelves. Glaring at you to make you feel guilty about not having read them yet.

So this is a wonderful solution, at such an opportune time. NetGalley Month is a read-a-thon which takes place for the entire month of October, where you read as many NetGalley books as you want/can. It's hosted by Red House Books, who will also be sharing NetGalley tips througout the month.

I've already Variant by Robison Wells (on October 1st) but I still have quite a few I'd like to get done this month:
  • Blood Rights by Kirsten Painter
  • Crave by Melissa Darnell
  • Darker Still by Leanna Renee Hieber
  • Touch by Jus Accordo
Those 4 are ones I absolutely must get done this month. Depending on how school and other reading goes, there are a few more that would be nice to get done as well:
  • The Juliet Spell by Douglas Rees
  • The Mephisto Covenant by Trinity Faegan
  • Tris and Izzie by Mette Ivie Harrison
  • Ashfall by Mike Mullin
  • Cinder and Ella by Melissa Lemon
Are any of my lovely readers participating as well? :) What do you have on your reading list this month?


Asheley T. said...

I didn't realize October was netgalley month! I really could benefit from this extra motivation! Thanks so much for bringing it to my attention...

~Asheley (Into the Hall of Books)

anaavu said...

Not participating in netGalley month, but I'm definitely trying to get some stuff finished and fast! Among my must-reads are The Sleepwalkers and Ashfall (did you read Ashes?)

Emily said...

Hi Brenna!
I hope you had fun with NetGalley October. Can you stop back and let me know how you did?


Thanks a bunch!

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