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That means between the two of you, you’ll split up 100 movies and 100 books. Maybe you can split the challenge up, like you would call out hands in spades. Our Twitter is @fiftyfiftyme and email us if you need anything! This year we vow to do a better job of connecting people, maintaining the site, and um, achieving our goals. 900 pages) 22) But Enough About Me (Jancee Dunn) 23) Gone Girl (Gillian Flynn) ** 24) I Feel Bad About My Neck (Nora Ephron) ** 25) Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have) - (Sarah Mylnowski) 26) The Lover's Dictionary (Devid Levithan) 27) I Remember Nothing (and Other Reflections) - (Nora Ephron) 28) Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk (David Sedaris) 29) The Game (Neil Strauss) 30) The Girl in the Flammable Skirt (Aimee Bender) 31) As Husbands Go (Susan Isaacs) 32) Code Name Verity 33) The Giver (Lois Lowry) 34) Is Everyone Hanging Out WIthout Me? (Maria Semple) 36) More Baths, Less Talking (Nick Hornby) 37) Soulacoaster (R Kelly) 38) The Fault In Our Stars (John Green) ** 39) How to Be a Woman (Caitlin Moran) ** 40) The Affair (Lee Child) 41) Dave Barry's Complete Guide to Guys 42) Tiny Beautiful Things (Cheryl Strayed) ** 43) Seriously, I'm Kidding (Ellen Degeneres) 44) Confessions of a Video Vixen (Karrine Steffans) 45) Maus (Art Spiegelman) 46) Not Dead & Not For Sale (Scott Weiland) 47) Cool, Calm and Contentious (Merrill Markoe) 48) In the Bag (Kate Klise) 49) Smut (Alan Bennett) 50) For the Love of Letters (Samara O'Shea) Alternates: You Are a Miserable Excuse for a Hero (Bob Powers)/ Choose Your Own Adventure for adults The Moon Daughter, Zoe Ghahremani (Pub date: 2013) 1) Timer ** 2) Absurdistan 3) Muppets ** 4) Gattaca 5) A Separation ** 6) The Artist ** 7) In Time 8) W/E ** (one of my absolute favorite films this year) 9) The Joneses 10) Iron Lady 11) Friends with Kids 12) Being Elmo 13) Hunger Games 14) I Do 15) In the Land of Blood and Honey 16) Rue Cases-Negres 17) The Best Marigold Hotel 18) The Grey 19) Rock of Ages ** 20) The Dictator 21) Little Manhattan ** 22) The Intouchables (I haven't shut up about this since seeing it) 23) Dark Knight Rises 24) The Descendants 25) Serious Moonlight 26) Ruby Sparks 27) From Rome with Love 28) Up 29) Magic Mike 30) The Names of Love 31) Moonrise Kingdom 32) Mirror Mirror 33) The Runaway Bride 34) Argo 35) The Sessions 36) First Position ** 37) Katy Perry: Part of Me [oh no she didn't.

“I’ll do thirty movies and sixty books, you do seventy and forty. So come to the forums to say “hi” and sign up for another year of the challenge. Amodidni Boy Girl Party Fiddy's [Two] Cents Likhaavat Maurene Goo Miranda Childs Ms Gabbana Olivia's Papa Please link below, or tweet us and we'll add you on! oh yes, she did] 38) Limitless 39) Anna Karenina ** 40) Dumb and Dumber (had somehow never seen this) 41) Manon des Sources 42) Out of Sight 43) Rebound 44) Still Bill 45) No Strings Attached 46) Five Year Engagement 47) Safety Not Guaranteed 48) Les Miserables 49) Lincoln 50) Happy In what is no surprise to anyone who knows me, it was harder for me to get around to the movies than the books.

I'm convinced that each reader will take something different away from this book. This: We do not choose some of the detours or roadblocks or forks in the road, but we choose how we proceed. I mean, what would happen to all the millions of people counting on me? I have devised a surefire way to get through the final month of the challenge, and here it is. 1) Celeb Trash When my bookclub disbanded for lack of steady, engaged participation, I asked a friend what would make her actually show up regularly to book club.

We choose how much compassion and patience we bring to the most difficult circumstances. Most importantly, we choose how we work forgiveness - of others and of ourselves - into the narrative of our lives. She responded instantly – “read trashy celebrity books”.

In the end, it's a complete mash of topics and quality, but it was also, without a doubt, fun as hell. The most recent is Cheryl Strayed's Tiny Beautiful Things, a compilation from her Dear Sugar column.

I am most definitely signing on to do this for 2013. I had seen the book around, but didn't think much of it.

In all my years of reading, I have read a lot of books. Rowling's series isn't just one book, but I'm going to count it as such. This is a fluffy, romance story of an American girl named Anna who falls in love with a boy while at school in Paris. This book is a necessity to any teen girl who is questioning her sexuality. This is a story about facing what makes you nervous and doing it without the person who acts as your comfort blanket.

I've read good books and OK books and pretty "eh" books. Harry Potter is an essential for everyone's library, regardless your age or gender. It doesn't sound like it's life changing, but it's actually life changing. This series follows a girl named Blue and her four guy friends on their quest to finding a supposedly-dead Welsh king. I've never read a better book about a teen who is confused with her sexuality and her journey in that confusion. I think this is a really important story because it shows how some day you are going to need to face things that scare you on your own, and it shows how some friendships are really worth fighting for. This book, which is the first in a series, is directed towards a bit of a younger audience (around 10 years).

Even if you didn't finish, the gift is in the trying right? Getting stuck and bored is one of the reasons people turn away from reading, I think, so I managed to avoid that almost completely.

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