The #BrunchBookChallenge is a Hindustan Times Brunch initiative to promote reading. The idea is to read at least 24 books in 2014. But you must tweet about your progress (tagging @HTBrunch using the hashtag #BrunchBookChallenge).
We'll keep recommending books. But you can read anything you like – bestsellers, critically acclaimed titles, indie books, classics, self-help, self-published, old favourites or even racy trash – just keep us posted.
We want to know about your favourite characters, interesting plots, a revolutionary idea or even the best coffee shops to read in!
There will be some goodies for those who emerge at the top of the challenge. Happy Reading!
1. Only books tweeted about will be counted. It is imperative to tag @HTBrunch and hashtag #BrunchBookChallenge.
2. Unless you are a child, you cannot include children's books.
3. No textbooks. Just so we're clear, a textbook is any 'manual of instruction for any subject of study', you can't include it. In short, your engineering/GMAT/IAS books don't count.
4. Graphic novels are allowed, encouraged in fact. If you're reading comic books, then one volume (or a set of 10 comic books) may be counted as one.
ALL ABOUT THE BRUNCH BOOK CHALLENGE