This year, Falling for YA is hosting their Netgalley and Edelweiss Reading Challenge for the second year, and I'm taking the plunge. Since I have absolute mountains of books long overdue for a review from both Netgalley and Edelweiss, I'd like to make 2015 the year that I tackle those books.

Here's a brief run-down of how the challenge works; for more information or to join in yourself, check out the sign-up page here.

The challenge runs the entirety of 2015, and the goal is simple: read your damn eARCs! It doesn't matter if they're books you've requested this year or last or, gods forbid, even before that--if you got it from Netgalley or Edelweiss, it falls under the umbrella of acceptable books. Obviously, books must be reviewed in some sense to count for the challenge, but you need not be a blogger to participate.

There are five levels to the challenge, and these are Bronze with a goal of ten books, Silver with a goal of twenty five books, Gold with a goal of fifty books, platinum with a goal of seventy five books, and Diamond with a goal of one hundred books. I hope to read at least twelve eARCs this year (and would love to fly past that number if at all possible!), so I will be aiming for Bronze.

And again, if you're interested in participating in this challenge, you can sign-up here.