Hello everyone!
We have amazing news today. Our goal for the 1 Month, 1 Book Challenge was to encourage a good reading culture in young people again. Well, the awesome people at Konga.com heard about this and they have decided to support our cause. To further our objective, we will be partnering with Konga.com so as to encourage book lovers all over the country to join this challenge and motivate readers who are already a part of this challenge. 

Konga will be giving our readers 20 discount vouchers monthly to be used to buy any book listed in the Konga.com book category. Also, they will be giving out 2 books every month to whoever drops what I pick as the best book review in the comment section of my month review post. How cool is that? 
If you joined the challenge at the beginning of this month, I’d love to know what you are reading and how far you’ve gone with your book – please tell us using the comment box below. And if you haven’t, now’s a great time to start. You can read up details of the challenge here and please make sure you tell as many people as possible about it. 

Responses

  1. Katniss
    Currently reading Nights of the Creaking Bed by Toni Kan. I didn’t know it was a collection of short stories until I started reading( I usually don’t like short stories cos they keep me wanting more) but I like it so far. The endings so far have left me with my mouth open so that’s good. Will be back with the final verdict when I’m done
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      1. Ibukun
        Looool. I hunted you down on twitter lol. Thanks for following back. I’m hoping it helps me stay faithful and possibly gives me guilty conscience if I’m falling behind. I’m on page 100 so beyond half
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  2. BlackPearl
    Just finished Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes. I am just finding out about the challenge and I will definitely be joining. I was already challenging myself to read 2 books monthly this year (one fiction and one nonfiction) so this will help me stay accountable. I’ll put in my review later. Thanks yall for doing this.
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  3. Fikayomi
    A very lovely challenge! Just through with ‘The accidental life of Jessica Jefferson’ by Paige Toon. Now reading ‘If This Is Paradise, I Want My Money Back by Claudia Carrol. Reading as helped me with my vocabs! And sure, if we can take up the challenge, it will help us alot in Nigeria.
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      1. Fikayomi
        Errmmm… Actually, I get most of my books online. And I read what I can find! My last recomended book was: Dinah The Untold Story by Tekena Ikoko and Tha one wasn’t an online download sha!
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  4. Kels
    Finished with Chigozie Obioma ‘s the fishermen already. Currently reading Jared Diamond’ s guns, germs and steel. Interesting read so far
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  5. Temitope
    I started my own self challenge last October and I am on my 11th (Screw it, let’s do it – Richard Branson). Just heard about this challenge and I’ll definitely do anything for a free (or subsidized) book, so, i’m joining in.
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  6. Fikayomi
    Errmmm… Actually, I get most of my books online. And I read what I can find! My last recomended book was: Dinah The Untold Story by Tekena Ikoko and Tha one wasn’t an online download sha!
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  7. Sam
    This is cool. It is positive too. I sure want to be part of this. Since I am interested in human psychology and marketing, I am currently reading ‘tribe’ by Seth Godin. Also, am writing a book about content marketing, and I want a review from you guys once the book is completed. it’s a free ebook.

    Once again, this is great.

    love it!

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  8. A
    Been a while I read so i decided to join the challenge. I finally read Osisiye Tafa’s 60 Percent of a true story and James Patterson’s Private. Hopefully I don’t slack in February.
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