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African Diaspora Reading Challenge 2010!!!!!!! As I stated before I love to read and I love learning new information about various cultures around the world so this challenge is right up my alley! Unfortunately I’m starting this challenge sort of late because I just arrived back in the States two weeks ago but I will try my hardest to catch up!

Here are the rules:

*This challenge will run from January 1, 2010-December 31, 2010
*Crossovers are allowed
*Fiction and nonfiction hard copies or e-books from any genre (no audio books)
*Participants should visit different geographical regions in their reading (i.e. not all – or Afro-Brit or Haitian or any one group representing the diaspora)
*Levels of participation
Novice: commitment to read four (4) books
Versed: commitment to read eight (8) books
Scholar: commitment to read twelve (12) books
*If you need ideas,here’s a list of authors and titles in the African diaspora.
*There will be a prize drawn amongst those who complete the challenge.
*I may host a mini challenge at some point as well and there would be a prize. Only challenge participants will be eligible.

If you want to join me leave a comment below! Happy reading:)

Flower Child

http://www.browngirlspeaks.com/3/post/2009/12/african-diaspora-reading-challenge-2010.html

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