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#IFASummerChallenge Here is an exciting challenge my friends

Hello Book Gang,
I know I have been absent for a while I am afraid I hit the bottom floor with things to do. I lost all my inspiration to read, but know I am getting back on track. So I was asked if I would host this challenge into my blog and since I am a big fantasy fan I thought why not and I can suggest one of my favorite books to read.  Some free some not I try to put both in for all you book hoarders. 

#IFASummerChallenge Details:
The purpose of this is just to have fun and discover more amazing indie fantasy
authors! We are going to make this simple. There is no set reading list. Audiobooks also apply. Read whatever you want as long as it’s indie fantasy.

All you have to do is post what you're reading and your thoughts on the   book (without spoilers!) so the rest of us can discover more amazing   adventures!
The Challenge will go until September 20, 2018—last day of summer! We will be doing a
tiered winning system since not all readers read at the same   rate. Eg. A tier for the wi…
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