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The Brunch Book Challenge- Part 2

This month started on a higher node as I received a carton of books for being a participant and completing Hindustan Times weekly magazine, HTBrunch’s #BrunchBookChallenge 2014. The idea was to read at least 24 books in 2014. To participate one must tweet about their progress by tagging @HTBrunch and using the hashtag #BrunchBookChallenge and giving details of the book one has read. There is no one checking out on you whether you are reading the book yourself or not, but I would suggest to have some self-respect and be honest wit yourself.

A carton of Books!
A carton of Books!

Thus, HTBrunch sent me 24 books, few customised bookmarks (we had a chat on the different uses of a bookmark, didn’t we?) a few posters and some more goodies.

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On opening the package

It feels so good when someone surprises you, in this case enormously, with the thing you love. It’s really fun to be a part of this challenge and a good motivation factor to read more. HTBrunch has taken a wonderful initiative to motivate people to read more. I tweeted the many a times, to thank them personally for this beautiful gift.

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The Books!
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And the Bookmarks!

Happy Reading to all!

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22 thoughts on “The Brunch Book Challenge- Part 2”

  1. I am a reader myself, so much so that I just got a full wall cabinet made for my books. And I just have to tell you how jealous I am of your carton full of books. That would really be a dream come true for me! Congratulations to you, by the way. It is amazing to read of little miracles like this.

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