From the challenge site:
A) The challenge is open to everyone. If you don’t have a blog, it’s okay, just leave your information in the comment.
B) There are four levels:
1. Curious – Read 3 Fantasy Fiction novels.
2. Fascinated – Read 6 Fantasy Fiction novels.
3. Addicted – Read 12 Fantasy Fiction novels.
4. Obsessed – Read 20 Fantasy Fiction novels.
C) You don’t have to list the books right away. It’s your choice and you can always change whenever you feel want to.
D) The challenge runs from January 1 through December 31, 2011.
E) You can join anytime between now and December 31, 2011.
F) Starting on January 1st trough December 31st, 2011, you can start posting your review on my 2011 Fantasy Reading Challenge Reviews Page. But of course it must be read on 2011 only and I don’t mind if you re-read.
G) If you successfully finish the challenge, according to your selected levels, write a wrap up challenge post and leave the link at the 2011 Fantasy Reading Challenge wrap up at my page. Noted: only if you finish the challenge. It will run through until December 31st, 2011.
H) And the fun part is that, on January 1st, 2012; 2 reviews from 2011 Fantasy Reading Challenge Reviews Page and 1 lucky person from the wrap up challenge post will be randomly selected to win $10 to pick a Fantasy Fiction of their choice from the Book Depository. But the trick is, the choice of the book will come from any books from the books reviewed by other participants. So, you must always link your review and wrap up post at the page to be selected.
I) If you’re a blogger, you must write up a sign-up post that includes the URL to this post so that others can join in (not your blog address). Feel free to use the button above. When you sign up in the Linky, put the direct link to your 2011 Fantasy Reading Challenge post. Please put your name/nickname and blog on the subject e.g. Darlyn@Darlyn and Books.
I absolutely adore fantasy fiction! I managed to read 36 fantasy books after I signed up for the 2010 challenge in September of last year. I don’t need much to keep me happy, but if I can’t place my hands on a fantasy book within five minutes of wanting one, then I’m liable to break down in tears… Okay, not really, but it’s close!