Hey there guys!
After the whole week dedicated to my Top 10 lists I'm back with the last 2016 Challenge I've signed up (at least for now!). I've already gone a bit overboard because I had planned to keep thing low key and sign up just for three, but the 4 I'm doing are challenges I feel that will help me stay motivated with my reading and not slack so much with my reviewing (hopefully!).
I needed a challenge for ARCs because I really want to finally reach the ever ellusive 80% on Netgalley so Falling for YA's 2016 Netgalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge is exactly what I needed!
I'm gonna be aiming for the Gold Level because is a year long challenge and I already have a bit of a backlog of late eARCs I need to read, so 50 books from either Netgalley or Edelweiss really doesn't seem like too much to acomplish on a year! I hope that maybe I can reach the next level, but I want to keep it realistic too! ;)
I've already made a Goodreads shelf/list with the books I need to read that are pending on my Netgalley/Edelweiss dashboards and that I'm most likely to read too! ;)