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  1. Human Interest
    January 3 @ 6:35 am

    Oh my, you did law school? I’m in it right now… Torturous ?

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  2. Shekhar Ruparelia
    January 4 @ 3:58 am

    Happy New Year, Jessica!

    This is a great challenge.

    Given my already crazy learning/running/working schedule, I don’t think I’ll be able to manage 30 pages daily. But I promise to read for at least a few minutes each day before I crash.

    Here’s to a great 2016. 🙂

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  3. How to Reach Your Goodreads Reading Challenge in 2016 | Win $20 for Amazon – Book Oblivion
    January 4 @ 9:31 am

    […] case you missed it, I want to encourage you to take our 30 Pages a Day Reading Challenge. If you do, you will easily tally up 24 books this year. No matter how much I care about your mind, […]

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  4. laufvergnügen
    January 4 @ 9:44 am

    Thanks for this great suggestion! I made sure to read thirty (well, ended up doing around 40) last night and am almost done with my first book for the year 🙂

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 4 @ 9:46 am

      That’s awesome! What book?

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      • laufvergnügen
        January 4 @ 11:37 am

        Kind of a silly one — Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales from a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison. I usually read more erudite picks but wanted something a little fluffier this time.

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        • Jessica Manuel
          January 12 @ 9:25 pm

          I definitely understand the need for fluffy reads once in a while.

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 12 @ 9:25 pm

      Awesome!

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  5. How to Keep a Super Nerdy Book Reading Schedule – Book Oblivion
    January 8 @ 8:48 am

    […] talked a lot about setting reading goals, whether it’s my goal for the year or just reading 30 pages a day. In both cases, I have a lot at stake for achieving my goals, much of which is self-imposed, but […]

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  6. anthonylkeller
    January 8 @ 1:18 pm

    As someone who plans to participate in the 500 words a day writing challenge, this is an obvious challenge to go right along side it.

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 12 @ 9:14 pm

      500 words is fantastic, and I completely agree- I can’t imagine writing consistently without reading consistently.

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  7. Reading Crutches – Book Oblivion
    January 12 @ 2:46 pm

    […] chasing my teething toddler around during the day and comforting him in the middle of the night. My 30 pages a day reading challenge is really a challenge most days. This week I needed help, so I picked up my reading […]

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  8. tess
    January 15 @ 9:31 pm

    This is a great goal! Also pretty attainable! There are a lot of people who I’ve seen that want to read 50-100 books in a year, which seems unrealistic for someone like me with a full and part time job. But this I could definitely do!

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  9. Tricia M Foster
    January 16 @ 6:46 am

    This would help me reach my Goodreads goal. Sometimes I do so much reading for class (I teach English Literature and Composition) that I forget how much i enjoy reading for fun.

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 16 @ 6:57 am

      I teach the same! I’m constantly rereading texts, just like you, so it gets hard to carve out time for my own pleasure reading. I’m working my way through a pretty ambitious list this year, though. Let’s connect on Goodreads! ==> http://goodreads.com/bookoblivion

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  10. Marielle Altenor
    January 16 @ 8:45 pm

    This might be just what I need. I haven’t been reading a lot of book lately but 30 pages a day seems easy enough!

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  11. Winter is Coming – Book Oblivion
    January 19 @ 4:30 am

    […] you follow the reading schedule, you’ll read fewer than 30 pages a day, which you know is my personal challenge for you, but with this kind of beast, it’s absolutely necessary to take it […]

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  12. Sebastian
    March 26 @ 11:07 am

    Where can I download that sheet? 🙂

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