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I finished SBC (With 12 hours to spare!)

I wasn't sure if I was gonna be able to finish, but I finally did! 


Read the next book you see a stranger readingThe Longest RideNicholas Sparks
IHO of April Fool's day, read a book with a funny title or coverAre you There VodkaChelsea Handler
Read a Southern Fiction. The Peach KeeperSarah Addison Allen
Read a book of short stories.The Dog Next Door: And Other Stories of the Dogs We LoveCallie Smith Grant
IHO April showers, read a book with a water word in the title.Distant ShoresKristin Hannah
Ten Points
IHO of The Audies in late May, listen to an Audie award finalist audio book (from any year).Bridget Jones: The Edge of ReasonHelen Fielding
Read a book whose movie version you have already seen. Post a WIJFR post to tell NBC about it.Just Like HeavenMarc Levy
Memoir written by a man, post a review on NBC. Stories I Only Tell My FriendsRob Lowe
Read a book written in the 1970’s The Bridge to TerabithiaKatherine Paterson
IHO Mothers Day, read a book featuring an eccentric mom! Post a review on NBC. Reconstructing Amelia Kimberly McCreight
Fifteen Points
Book which revolves around a medical theme (fic or non-fic) MidwivesChris Bohjalian
Read a book set at least 100 years in the past or 100 years in the future. AllegientVeronica Roth
IHO of Easter: Book about a religion.Killing JesusBill O'Reilly
Read a book it seems like everyone has read but you. Post a review on NBC. Just One YearGayle Forman
Read a book on this list http://www.buzzfeed.com/ariellecalderon/books-to-read-before-they-hit-theaters-this-yearLabor DayJoyce Maynard
Twenty Five Points
1) Read a book that takes place in a country you'd like to visit (not where you have lived or currently live) and post on NBC what your dream vacation itinerary there would be.Bridget Jones: Mad About A BoyHelen Fielding
2) Read a New York Times Notable book from 2012 or 2013. There are 100 books on each list, which is a mix of fiction and non-fiction. Life After LifeKate Atkinson
3) Read a book whose title is at least 6 words long (you can include "The", "it" "as" etc...) Post a review!The First Phone Call From HeavenMitch Albom
4) Re-read a book you haven't read in years. Post about how your impressions of the book have changed over time.Harry Potter: Order of the PhoenixJK Rowling
5) Read a book from an unfinished category from a previous challenge. Post a review!Look AgainLisa Scottoline

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