What could be better than spending a month reading AND doing something good for the world, all at the same time? Not a lot, in my opinion. Which is why I’ve decided to take part in the Novel Challenge and MS Readathon, to help raise money for Multiple Sclerosis, the most common disease of the central nervous system affecting more than 18,000 Australians.
I’m going to be spending the next 30 days reading my little heart out whilst raising money for a good cause. Check out all the info by going to the top of this page and clicking on ‘The Novel Challenge’. There you will find details, a link to my fundraiser page (which, by the way, you should totally click on), and a running record of my reading list as I fry my brain in book loving goodness.
I started the challenge today with Aussie author Marianne de Pierres’ Burn Bright, a wonderfully eery piece of YA Fantasy Fiction.
I am now onto George R.R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones, which I couldn’t possibly resist after watching the brilliant television adaptation. So far I am hugely impressed at how alike the show is to the book. Gotta love that in a small screen adaptation.
Fingers crossed this little challenge will mercilessly reduce the size of my to-be-read pile, as well as making a small difference to those living with MS.
Happy reading readers!