Thursday, January 01, 2009

Fourth Annual NaJuReMoNoMo


It's hard to believe that it is now the Fourth Annual National Just Read More Novels Month, or NaJuReMoNoMo as I prefer to call it (just not aloud, because it nearly unpronounceable). This is my lower threshold alternative to National Novel Writing Month which requires an awful lot of writing and not everybody can write. But if you are here, you can read. The rules are really, really simple. All you have to do is read a novel in the month of January. Since there always people that want to know the full legalities, here are this year's version of the fine print:
  1. Only Novels Count. This means no non-fiction books, memoirs, short stories, essay collections, or books based on internet memes like LOLcats. The judge is out on graphic novels. It's your call.
  2. Memoirs Don’t Count. Even if they are fictional. And especially if they are fake memoirs about the Holocaust.
  3. It Can’t Be A Novel You Have Already Read. Expand your horizons. Try some new authors.
  4. You Must Start At The Beginning. If the book is on your nightstand, you have to start over. We are looking at January 1 to January 31. That is 31 days. We are on a deadline.
  5. Have Fun. This a lark. You wouldn't be reading if you didn't enjoy it.
And of course we have our valuable prizes. You get to brag about your literacy ability by posting our "Winner" badges on your site. Any book qualifies for the Blue Winner badge. Now a lot of people read more than one. Three books qualifies for the Green Badge. Five gets the Silver Badge and ten is the Gold level.



Just right click and download or visit the official Photobucket site. And you can mix and match for anything in between. Last year's top reader was 13.

Once you've read your book, just leave a comment if you want to be included to the wrap-up party. And have a great NaJuReMoNoMo.

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raidergirl3 said...

Hey, I got my niece that LOL cats book for Christmas and now I can't count it?

I was here last week nosing around, wondering if this challenge was a go again. I just posted on my site, and I am in.
13, eh? I know last year I started the year with a bunch of NF, so if I avoid them, I will hope to get to 10 and the pretty gold badge.

katrina said...

I'm in, I'm going for silver, I'm sure I'll read more than 5 but I doubt I will read 10 as I have some non-fiction reads plus loads of work and studying to do.

VE said...

Does Dr. Suess count?

yellojkt said...

Sorry, VE, in general picture books don't count. Although you might be able to squeeze The Cat In The Hat through the graphic novel loophole.

Joanne said...

This looks awesome! I'm signing up and since it's the New Year I will go for 10 - may as well start off 2009 right :)

gautami tripathy said...

Glad to be back here! You know I am in!

I have already read one novel yesterday and hope it counts!

Have a gret new year 2209!

Sandra said...

Ninety percent of my reading is novels right now. I'm going for the gold. Thanks for the fun challenge.

yellojkt said...

gautami,
I knew I could count on you. And of course the book you read yesterday counts. I think you are the quickest winner ever.

Sounds like we got a lot of people going for the gold this year. Good luck to all of you. I'm just trying to make it to silver.

drey said...

Alright, I'm going to give this a shot, too. 1 down, 9 to go (yes, I'm shooting for gold - this might be the only one I ever get!)... =)

Jenny said...

OO this looks fun. I better get more than a blue as I have lots of challenges to get done.

Tif said...

I'm in!! I will try to make it to green, but no guarantees!! Thanks for hosting!!

bookworm said...

I'm in, hopefully on the silver level. It just depends on how fast I read this month!

Kim said...

I'm in! Don't think I will get gold though--several of the books I have on my winter challenge list (what I am picking my Jan. reads from) are too short or young adult picks. But I am pretty sure I can get at least 3 in that count as a novel.
*smiles*
Kim
(page after page)

N.Vasillis said...

I'm in! I hope to earn a gold badge.

Kerrie said...

I've finished 2 so far. Do I have to say what I've read?

VE said...

How about everyone poops? It's kinda graphic...

Jules said...

I'm totally in for this. All I've been reading as of late reading novels, so this should be one I can finish!

Elizabeth said...

Oooh, I like this, it gives me a reason to go out and buy some new books! I'll think realistically I better go for the green badge.

HRH Courtney, Queen of Everything said...

I shall do my best.
The graphic novel loophole will help, as I'm working through Sandman again, slowly.

belleofthebooks said...

I can't wait to get going! I posted about it on my blog and then I'm running to start reading.

lupingirl said...

I'm in for this one, too - it will give me a good start on some of my other challenges! Plus, I need a badge - I don't feel I get quite enough recognition and awards for all the awesome things I do on an everyday basis!

Booklogged said...

Count me in. I'm going for the Silver.

Stina said...

I just started Of Mice and Men this afternoon for a different challenge, and I'm a big fan of novels to begin with, so I should do pretty well on this one. Count me in!

Hippy Chick said...

okay, yesterday, I started The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and today I finished it. Yay for me! On to Tender is the Night!

yellojkt said...

Sounds like winners are rolling in already. You don't need to name your books (although it is very cool if you do). Just give a total count at the end of the month. I'll have a few more posts between now and then.

Tracee said...

Count me in - sounds great to me! I already have one down:)

Elizabeth said...

I am totally in, and am choosing to believe that this is just a month-long celebration of my birthday - thanks!

Book Blogger said...

Finished book #1: The Shakespeare Stealer by Gary Blackwood.

I posted a review on my brand new blog. I definitely agree about the badges! More challenges need them.

daewalker said...

Non-fiction?! Okay, sounds good. Count me in. I have already finished two. Any excuse to read is a good one.

P.S. eharlequin.com has a 100,000 book challenge for 2009. All books no matter what they are count. For every book read and posted they donate a book to the National Center for Family Literacy. So, please consider signing up and making every book you read count. We are doing it anyway, it's just an extra post!

Thanks, Dee

yellojkt said...

No, no, no, Dee. FICTION only in January. Sorry for any confusion.

yellojkt said...

Here is the direct link to the eharlequin challenge. It sounds like a very worthy campaign.

daewalker said...

Brain Dead, as usual (LOL)! Thanks, fiction is also awesome as I received 18 books (fiction) and 5 (non-fiction)for christmas and have read five. I try for at least one a day and a goal of 25 a month.

Thanks for the support on the 100,000 book challenge yellojkt. It is indeed a worthy cause.

Nely said...

I'm in. My goal is 10. So far I've done a book a day this year. So that gives me a head start. Here's my post on the challenge:

http://bookwormygirl.blogspot.com/2009/01/national-just-read-more-novels-month.html

Thanks, Nely.

Grilsgood said...

I would like in, can read 10 by January end. Lindy/CT

Ruthie said...

Count me in! I'm shooting for 10 since I normally read a book every couple of days. My post is up here.

baltimorediary said...

I'm in, as usual. Of course, I'm late to the party and I just started Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher. Fortunately it's a very quick read and I can move on to others.

I also just finished Cory Doctorow's Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom but I'm not sure if that's novel-length.

yellojkt said...

Length doesn't matter. I've heard a lot about Cory but never read anything by him.

Intergalactic Bookworm said...

I just saw this at A Novel Challenge. I am going to read as much as possible, but I do not know what level I will reach.

Judy

Intergalactic Bookworm said...

Does all fictional genres fit in?

Judy

yellojkt said...

Historical fiction, romance, mystery, literary fiction, science fiction, it's all good. I try to read a few different genres.

gautami tripathy said...

I already finished 4. Onto my 5th. Spreading the word too!

K said...

I'm in, i sure i can do 10+ by the end of the month. I've already read 3 so far.

Stephanie said...

I'm in. Going for the silver!

Zoealea said...

I'm in, I can read well over 10 in a month, so Im going for the gold!

Beatrice Bilbrooke said...

I'm in, for my first ever reading challenge

Sharon said...

Thanks for stopping by! Count me in!

sheri said...

I have finished two novels for January so far:

http://anovelmenagerie.com/ghost/2009/01/07/book-review-recovering-charlesbook-review-recovering-charles/

and

http://anovelmenagerie.com/ghost/2009/01/10/book-review-the-readerbook-review-the-reader/

I've got more to come.

Susan said...

I think I'll try this one and tie some books to Carl's sci fi challenge. so put me down for three novels, to start with. Thanks!

meg89 said...

I just stumbled through, count me in! I'm going for 5!

Book Dragon said...

I've already read 7 books so I should go for 10 but 4 of them don't count :(

Maybe I'll still go for 10 - do we have to let you know ahead of time?

eBooks count right? What about audio?

I've done Married in Seattle and The Spy Who Came for Christmas in print plus Beautiful Disaster as an ebook.

I also found my way over from A Novel Challenge.

My page for this is here, but it's not finished yet.

Sharon said...

I've posted my third book for the month. Yea!

Yooperchick said...

I am in and definately going for gold! THanks!
http://ilovemybooks.blogspot.com/

Yooperchick said...

Thank you for the lovely welcome message! I was a little addled last night, and forgot to blog about this challenge, but there's one up now, so everyone can see it! By the way, since I just joined, do I start counting from now, or from the beginning of January? Thanks!

yellojkt said...

Any novel you have started since Jan. 1 counts even if you only just found out about the challenge.

As the Pages Turn said...

I'm yet to read an actual novel this month, but count me in.

daewalker said...

Hey Yellojkt, I am finaly getting around to woring on my blog ( Reader with a Cause ) and I have posted seven of the eleven books I have read so far.I was wondering if there was any particular format I should use... Any help is greatly appreciated.

Book Dragon said...

review of one of my picks The Warrior Heir

448 pages, trade-size
Young Adult, good vs evil

Kristen said...

I'm in. I just finished my third novel of the month last night. So far they are: The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley, Firmin by Sam Savage, and Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. Have one more already on the go that will count (the others currently being read were started before 1/1). You can find reviews for at least the first (and hopefully later today the second as well) at http://booknaround.blogspot.com

Tif said...

I just finished my first and am working on my second! I've been reading some non-fiction along the way and young adult, so those won't count!! Anyways, for those interested my review is for Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold and here's the direct link . . . http://tiftalksbooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/lovely-bones-by-alice-sebold.html

Hopefully, there will be more!!

Sharon said...

I have my 7th book posted. I think that at this point I'll go for the gold!
http://abookwormsjourney.blogspot.com/2008/11/100-book-challenge-2009.html

Jules said...

Just finished my third. Hurrah for the green badge?

here's my review. Off to vacation in Cuba, so hopefully books 4 and 5 will be finished when I return!

http://juliebooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/book-review-edible-woman.html

ANovelMenagerie said...

I'm at Silver Level! Yippee! 5 Novels Down!

http://anovelmenagerie.com/ghost/book-reviews/reading-challenges-2009/

Sheri

Hippy Chick said...

Just finished my second and third novel, yay! I sure thought I would breeze right to the gold, but things are so hectic I almost feel guilty reading when I should be sleeping!

#2 - The Penderwicks, Birdsall
#3 - The Jane Austen Book Club

Working on two Agatha Christie mysteries for #4 and #5. Hope I get there!

Kerrie said...

I'm up to 7

Book Dragon said...

I've made silver!

I've done 6 novels for January, plus a non-fiction and 4 re-reads.

Book Dragon said...

WooHoo! I've got Gold!

Daewalker said...

Hello Gold and Green! Trying to get to Gold and Silver. So far I have 13 fiction, 4 non-fiction, 4 Bites and one graphic novel. I need to catch up my reviews on my blog....Yeah Team!

Joanna M said...

Wow - apparently I am a lightweight. I have read 5 books so far this month but two were non-fiction so I guess that means I only have 3. But there are 3 more days - maybe I can get to 4.

Sharon said...

WOO HOO! I got a gold! I read 11 books this month, however one was a reread so only ten count here. I read:
1. Dragonheart by Todd McCaffrey review here
2. Swan Peak by James Lee Burke review here
3. Dead Over Heels by Charlaine Harris review here
4. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick review here
5. Junie B., First Grader: Boss of Lunch review here
6. The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger review here
7. Gil's All Fright Diner by A. Lee Martinez review here
8. Miracle at Speedy Motors by Alexander McCall Smith review here
9. No Nest for the Wicket by Donna andrews review here
10. Angels & Demons by Dan Brown review here
11. Just Another Judgement Day by Simon R. Green review here

drey said...

I've done my 10 and then some. My list is here... All 28 (actually, it's 29 now, I just haven't listed the 29th yet) of 'em. And yes, I'm crazy.

ANovelMenagerie said...

I finished. GOLD BABY!

Whew! That's cutting it close...

My final (10th) post publishes tomorrow afternoon.

For my complete list of ten books:

http://anovelmenagerie.com/ghost/book-reviews/reading-challenges-2009/

Thanks for letting me participate.

Jules said...

Just finished book 4, I think I should have book five my tomorrow! Crosses fingers. Here's the review:
http://juliebooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/book-review-angels.html

Anonymous said...

Only 1 novel this year - The Outlander by Gil Adamson.

mostlylurking (seasea)

K said...

Gold for me too!!!
Here's my list:
1. The God of Small Things: Arundhati Roy
2. The 5 people you meet in Heaven: Mitch Albom
3. The Navigator: Clive Cussler
4. The Lord of the Rings (Fellowship of the Ring) : J.R.R. Tolkien
5. A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
6. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
7. New Moon - Stephenie Meyer
8. Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
9. Breaking Dawn - Stephenie Meyer
10. Midnight Sun - Stephenie Meyer
11. Jacquot and the Angel - Martin O'Brien
12. False Impression - Jeffrey Archer
13. The Hobbit (Or There and Back Again) : J. R. R. Tolkien

Kristen said...

Well, I made it midway between silver and gold with 8 novels this month (the three non-fiction kept me from the gold--wah!). The odd combination I read:

The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley
Firmin by Sam Savage
Fingersmith by Sarah Waters
The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio Bassani
Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
Cordero's Forced Bride by Kate Walker
The Red Queen by Margaret Drabble
The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree

gautami tripathy said...

Januarry is finally over!

I read 15.5 novels!

That means I got a gold and a silver!

My reviews can be found here:

NaJuReMo 2009 reads

Do I get a novel as an award or what?!

*grin*

Jenny said...

I made it to silver I read 7. Here is the link to my blog and the reviews. Thanks for the fun challenge.
Jenny
http://jennysimpsonjenny.blogspot.com/search/label/National%20Just%20read

Jules said...

I made it to Silver! First Challenge I've completed in my six months of blogging! Here's my review! And congrads to everyone!

http://juliebooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/tales-from-cooks-cove-three-for-wedding.html

Book Dragon said...

First Challenge completed! I made GOLD

1. Married in Seattle
2. The Spy Who Came for Christmas
3. Dashing through the Snow
4. The Warrior Heir
5. The Wizard Heir
6. People of the Book
7. Corporate Passion
8. Gone Surfin'
9. Eye Contact
10. The Perks of being a Wallflower
11. Endymion Spring
12. Beautiful Disaster
13. The Elf and Shoemaker
14. Familiar Vows

Plus NINE re-reads, one non-fiction and two picture books.

I don't have reviews up for everything yet, hopefully before the end of February

Kim said...

I only read 3 books that counted as novel this month. I also read a memoir and a graphic novel which did not count!
Here is my wrap up post with reviews for the 3 I read.
http://pageafterpage-kim.blogspot.com/2009/01/reading-event.html

*smiles*
Kim

bookworm said...

I've read 7. I wanted to get to 10 though.

Lock and Key by Sarah dessen
My Antonia by Willa Cather
Off the Record by Jennifer O'Connell
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
The Devil Wears Prada by Laurn Weisberger
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
The Second Summer of the Sisterhood by Ann Brashares

Daewalker said...

Okay, here is the list for January...

Raintree Inferno by Linda Howard
Raintree Haunted by Linda Winstead Jones
Raintree Sanctuary by Beverly Barton
The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
Midnight Rose by Patricia Hagan
King of Sword and Sky by C.L. Wilson
Demon's Delight by MaryJanice Davidson, Emma Holly, Vickie Taylor and Catherine Spangler
Caroline's Waterloo by Betty Neels
The Magical Christmas Cat by Lora Leigh, Nalini Singh, Erin McCarthy and Linda Winstead Jones
Blood Brothers, Sign of Seven by Nora Roberts
Esmeralda by Betty Neels
The Hollow, Sign of Seven by Nora Roberts
The Pagan Stone, Sign of Seven by Nora Roberts
When Demons Walk by Patricia Briggs

And I began reading...
Witch Heart by Anya Bast

I need to finish posting the reviews.

Great job everyone!!

Book Blogger said...

I finished reading 13 books, 1 audiobook listened to (does this one count?), and 1 ALMOST done (50 pages to go, grrrr)

I'm still pursuing my 200 books for the year goal though, even if I'm short for this month. You can find all of the reviews here: www.challengingthebookworm.wordpress.com

Meg89 said...

I finished 6! Here's my January wrap-up post:

http://literarymenagerie.blogspot.com/2009/01/january-reads-roundup.html

Cami said...

I finished 12 books in January :)

Sandra said...

I got my gold and then some. I am so happy. Not all months go this well. I have posted my books read here:
http://freshinkbooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/tss-january-in-review.html

Thank you.

Nely said...

I read a total of 16 books. Not bad huh? Here's a link to my wrap-up post with list of books read and links to my reviews of same.

http://bookwormygirl.blogspot.com/2009/02/national-just-read-more-novels-month.html

♥ Nely

Kerrie said...

I'm claiming 10 books. I've linked them to my name so you can find the post easily. They are all crime fiction.

Yooperchick said...

I've finished mine, and the results are at:

http://ilovemybooks.blogspot.com/search/label/NaJuReMoNoMo

lupingirl said...

I finished two novels in January - I'm just now able to post about my January reads, how sad is that?! Anyway, my post is here:
http://how-will-it-end.blogspot.com/search/label/NaJuReMoNoMo

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