#ARCsAnonymous Wrap-Up: December

#ARCsAnonymous Wrap-Up: December

It's time for a quick recap on December's #ARCsAnonymous reading stats.

What’s #ARCsAnonymous? Well, it’s a group on Goodreads that was created by Avalinahsbooks. It’s to help motivate each of us book reviewers who tend to be top-heavy with ARC TBRs. To motivate us to get some things done, there is contest each month for who can complete the most ARCs within the chosen theme or topic. Points can be earned, and book towers can tumble!

December's theme:
Fantasy

Total ARCs Read Within Topic

How it’s scored:

  • 50 points for finishing an ARC in topic
  • 10 points for finishing any ARC
  • 10 points if finished ARC was at least a year old
  • 50 points for not requesting an ARC for the entire month
  • 10 points for not requesting an ARC for a week
  • 5 points for posting an update on what your book is about in the group
  • 5 points for sharing a link to a review for an ARC within the theme
  • 5 points for starting a theme ARC even if it wasn’t finished

My points:

  • 400 points (8 total) for finishing an ARC in topic
  • 10 points (1 total) for finishing any ARC
  • 0 points if finished ARC was at least a year old
  • 0 points for not requesting an ARC for an entire month
  • 0 points for not requesting an ARC for a week
  • 25 points (5 total) for posting an update on what a book is about in the group
  • 30 points (7 total) for sharing a link to a review for an ARC within the theme
  • 30 points (6 total) for starting a theme ARC even if it wasn’t finished
0
Total Points

That’s a new personal record for me! #excited!

ARCs read within theme topic:

January’s #ARCsAnonymous post will be up on February 1st. Be sure to check out the Goodreads group to see if it’d be something to aid you in your quest to tackle your ARC pile!

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