Hour 42: Your Favorite One Challenge

hour 42

Do you hear the people sing, singing the song of happy readers, it is the music of a group who is sad the last challenge is here, but ready to rock this thing… (I don’t know, Les Mis just felt right, I’m running low on coffee).

We’ve got one last challenge for you, 24in48ers, and this one is brought to you by our partners at Flatiron Books and Algonquin.

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For this summer’s final challenge, we want you to look back on the books you’ve read this weekend and tell us what your favorite one was, and why.

Be sure to tag your post using our hashtag (#24in48) so that other readers can find you and, you know, add to that ever-growing mountain we call our TBRs.

Submit your challenge entry here or through the embedded form below, and you’ll be entered into our random drawing to win a copy of one of the following titles: 

📘 The Lightest Object in The Universe, 📕 The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone, 📗 The Darwin Affair📚 Dominicana, 📙 American Dirt

For our international participants, you’ll be entered to win a $15 gift card to your choice of Amazon, Book Depository, or Wordery.

You have until Hour 48 to enter this challenge.

Before you get back to the books, help us congratulate our winners from our Hour 36 Literary Loot Challenge! If you see your name below, keep an eye out for an email from us to claim your prize! 

Meg BeeRE Sawyer
Naomi WilsonSteph Firby
Kristi LarsonSabella Dunne
Kristen HarveyValerie Tincher
Brooke ScegielKimberly Amico
Audra RussellTiffany Loveland
Yuchen douAlicia Pender

Don’t forget to log any books you finish here, and to interact with your fellow readers using the hashtag #24in48.

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