1. Pick one of the reading levels below.
Decide how many books authored by a Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature you want to read in 2016.
- Nobel dabbler: 1 to 3 books
- Nobel keener : 4 to 8 books
- Nobel enthusiast: 9 to 13 books
- Nobel devotee: 14 to 18
- Nobel zealot: More than 19
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3. Register for this challenge at Guiltless Reading.
But really, the theme of this challenge will help me out with a bucket list item: Read a book authored by and/or set in each country in the United Nations. And I'm thinking of going for the:
"Nobel keener:4-8" level.
Why? Because I got the idea to read a book from the Nobel Laureate from each of the years that the folks in my family were born. So that would be:
1961 - Ivo Andric
1967 - Miguel Angel Asturias
1996 - Wislawa Symborska
1998 - Jose Saramago
2003 - John M. Coetzee
Anyway, y'all are welcome to join as well! There's even going to be a mini-challenge in April to read 1 book written by a Nobel Laureate for Literature. I'm going to try that one too, but April is a busy, busy month for me. I've got 13 blog tours going and then there's the A to Z Challenge, whereby you sign up to write a blog post every day in April besides Sundays. The first post begins with A, the second with B, etc., until you've gone through the entire alphabet. Here's the button for that challenge.