Challenge Yourself: NetGalley & Edelweiss Clean-Up

Thursday, May 16, 2013

I know I haven't completed my first challenge in Challenge Yourself series, but Donna & Jess at Book Passion for Life had an idea that is so good and I just had to join. I've been telling myself I will do something like this, but (obviously) I haven't done this before so the challenge is:

• Read and review all ebooks from NetGalley and Edelweiss that are published before May 15th 2013.

Here is the list and I will convert book titles to links as I post reviews here.

# Book Title Author Pub. Date
01. The Ruling Sea Robert V.S. Redick December 28, 2010
02. The River of Shadows Robert V.S. Redick April 19, 2011
03. Black Swan Rising Lee Carroll May 12, 2011
04. The Legacy of Eden Nelle Davy January 24, 2012
05. Vengeance Ian Irvine April 3, 2012
06. Cloud Atlas David Mitchell September 11, 2012
07. The General's Mistress Jo Graham October 23, 2012
08. Fifty Shades of Mr. Darcy William Codpiece Thwackery November 13, 2012
09. Undeadly Michele Vail November 27, 2012
10. The Emperor's Conspiracy Michelle Diener November 27, 2012
11. Bard's Oath Joanne Bertin November 27, 2012
12. The Rise of Ransom City Felix Gilman November 27, 2012
13. A Shimmer of Angels Lisa M. Basso November 30, 2012
14. The Lost Prince Julie Kagawa December 3, 2012
15. Moscow But Dreaming Ekaterina Sedia December 5, 2012
16. White Horse Alex Adams December 18, 2012
17. Geek Girl Holly Smale December 19, 2012
18. Indigo Awakening Jordan Dane December 25, 2012
19. Demon's Curse Alexa Egan December 26, 2012
20. Great North Road Peter F. Hamilton December 26, 2012
21. Wool Hugh Howey January 17, 2013
22. The Six-Gun Tarot R. S. Belcher January 22, 2013
23. Future Games Anthology January 22, 2013
24. 'Till the World Ends Anthology January 29, 2013
25. Devil's Due Rachel Caine February 1, 2013
26. Pantomime Laura Lam February 5, 2013
27. She Returns From War Lee Collins February 7, 2013
28. The Mad Scientist's Daughter Cassandra Rose Clarke February 7, 2013
29. The Water Witch Juliet Dark February 12, 2013
30. Blood's Pride Evie Manieri February 19, 2013
31. The Mad Scientist's Guide to World Domination Anthology February 19, 2013
32. Trickster Jeff Somers February 26, 2013
33. Between Two Thorns Emma Newman March 7, 2013
34. Quintessence David Walton March 19, 2013
35. Wolfhound Century Peter Higgins March 26, 2013
36. The Iron King Maurice Druon March 26, 2013
37. The Immortal Rules Julie Kagawa March 26, 2013
38. Mila 2.0 Debra Driza March 28, 2013
39. Quite Contrary Richard Roberts March 30, 2013
40. Amity & Sorrow Peggy Riley April 16, 2013
41. London Falling Paul Cornell April 16, 2013
42. Taken Erin Bowman April 16, 2013
43. The Golem and the Jinni Helene Wecker April 23, 2013
44. Hot Blooded Amanda Carlson April 23, 2013
45. Club Monstrosity Jesse Petersen April 29, 2013
46. The Ward Jordana Frankel April 30, 2013
47. The Eternity Cure Julie Kagawa April 30, 2013
48. Levitating Las Vegas Jennifer Echols May 6, 2013
49. Fool's War Sarah Zettel May 7, 2013
50. Hopeless Colleen Hoover May 7, 2013
51. Reboot Amy Tintera May 7, 2013
52. The End Games T. Michael Martin May 7, 2013
53. Zenn Scarlett Christian Schoon May 7, 2013
54. The Rose Throne Mette Ivie Harrison May 14, 2013
55. Towering Alex Flinn May 14, 2013

Wow I did not realise there were so many until I started to write them all down.

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If you want to join the fun, you can read more about NetGalley/Edelweiss Month challenge and sign up here. Their challenge lasts from May 15th until June 15th, but let's face it I am going to need more time. I hope I will finish this gigantic list by the end of the year.

Wish me luck, I am going to need it.

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4 comments

  1. Wow that is a huge list. Good luck :)

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  2. I don't find I generally have an issue with my NetGalley/Edelweiss titles.Fear of being denied next time around is a great motivator, so I try to keep on top of things, and try to review as close to the published date as possible.

    Now, a challenge for email submissions that I've accumulated . . . that's a whole other story. I really need to do some sort of clean-out before summer gets here, or I'll never get caught up.

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    1. My problem is I guess that I request too much and then each month there are a couple of books I didn't have time to read... and the pile grows over time. But good for you, I am envious of your up-to-date NetGalley/Edelweiss status. ;)

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