Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Kobo and I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
In a recent blog post, I promised myself that 2015 would be the year I read more books than ever before. Considering I have a never-ending list of novels, a wealth of apps/devices to read them on, and a beach vacation to look forward to, I think I can easily reach my goal of 50 books this year. So far, I have completed two: Where She Went by Gayle Forman (the follow-up to If I Stay) and Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (one of my new favorite authors). I am currently in the midst of Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng and I have a good, good feeling about this one.
This picture is an adequate representation of what I look like when I have my nose buried in a book.
One of the many reasons I want to move out the shoebox I currently reside in is because I’d love to have a room that looks like this:
While I’d still like to read through some of last year’s top sellers, there are a ton of books neatly categorized that I’m drawn to in Kobo’s book store (particularly those in the New York Times Non-Fiction Best Sellers List), like Yes Please by Amy Poehler and the Humans of New York collection of photographs.
What makes Kobo so unique, you ask? Well, for starters you can purchase a book through Kobo’s book store and then download the Kobo app to read it on your phone, tablet, or laptop. The app will help you keep your place so you don’t have to worry about losing your spot when switching from one device to another.
My participation in the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Kobo allow me to give my very awesome readers a chance to win one (1) $100 Kobo gift card! It’s really easy to enter—answer a question in the handy dandy widget below and you’ll be prompted through a few more ways to enter. Contest will run between now and January 15, 2015 (so sign up today!).
Kobo #ReadMore Challenge Month 2
Good luck, my sweets, and happy reading in 2015! With $100 to spend, what books would make your reading list this year?