2023 Challenge Stickers Giveaway

In partnership with PlanItWithStickers

Have you seen our new sticker collection? Last month we partnered with PlanItWithStickers to launch a set of 2023 challenge stickers — and they’re gorgeous! Vibrant and fun, and matching the vibe of our 2023 challenge, these stickers will be a lovely addition to your reading journal tracker for the year!

To celebrate, we’re giving away two sets of 2023 Challenge Stickers. TWO WINNERS will each receive The 52 Book Club 2023 Reading Challenge Prompt Stickers from PlanItWithStickers. This set contains four 5×7 sticker sheets with all fifty-two prompts. The prompt stickers contain space to write your book picks and star ratings, and are perfect for your medium to large-sized trackers and journals!

Note: Since we’ve released them last month, these stickers have been super popular and we’ve already sold out of stock twice! But not to worry! Even if you don’t win this giveaway, a restock is on the way! Stickers will be available to purchase after the giveaway. (Make sure to sign up for 52 Book Club and PlanItWithStickers e-mail lists. Not only will we let you know when they’re back in stock, but we might have a little surprise too!)

For a closer look at the stickers, click HERE! You can enter the giveaway below!

The Giveaway:

The giveaway is hosted by The 52 Book Club and PlanItWithStickers and will run from Monday, January 9 until Thursday, January 12 at midnight PST. This giveaway is open internationally and TWO (2) winners will each recieve a set of 52 Book Club stickers. Winners will be notified by The 52 Book Club and product will be created and shipped by PlanItWithStickers.

PlanItWithStickers is the only official 2023 sticker partner for The 52 Book Club.
Thank you for supporting The 52 Book Club and our official small business partners.

114 thoughts on “2023 Challenge Stickers Giveaway!”

  1. I’m super glad I found this challenge group! I THINK I may have ordered a set of stickers, but IF I won a set I would gift them through my little free library I manage! I have been featuring a prompt each week and putting out books which can fill the prompt. πŸ™‚

  2. I started the year with the prompt “Book you meant to read in 2022”, and it was the final volume of “The scum villain’s self-saving system”

  3. If I won these, I’d probably gift them to my friend – she loves this challenge, and I can keep track of it in my journal. But I’d love to win them for her! I started with a book with alliteration – Desperation in Death

  4. Im starting with β€œChapters have cliffhangers.” The book is Not So Perfect Strangers by L. S. Stratton. It’s a modern take on Strangers on a Train. The first chapter is one of the most suspenseful intros I’ve ever read.

  5. It’s my 3rd year participating : )
    First prompt completed for 2023 was #26 Has an Epilogue. The Rose Code by Kate Quinn.

  6. I’m starting with my least favorite to get it out of the way. I’m giving high fantasy a try with the book Mistborn.

  7. I’m not sure which category my book will fall into. I started Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabriella Zevin

  8. Catherine Kruger

    First prompt completed was “last in a series”…The Choice, #3 in the Dragon Heart Legacy, Nora Roberts

  9. My first book of the year fit several prompts: Includes a funeral, Related to murder, A book about secrets, Starts with the letter G…. this year I’m not assigning their official prompts until later in the year to see what all I’ve read. πŸ™‚

  10. My first finished book ended up fitting #51–doesn’t fit any of the other prompts. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

  11. This challenge has motivated me to read more than ever so far this year! Really excited to see what else I end up reading πŸ™‚

  12. I started my year with a “book about siblings:” Authentically, Izzy by Pepper Basham. Thank you for the opportunity!

  13. I started with #14, a survival story, since a book I had to read for work fit. I have finished 7 since January 1!

  14. I started with prompt #1: Books with a subtitle! My first read is The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert.

  15. I love planners and I love stickers!! These are beautiful and will look much better in my planner than a plain list <3

  16. I started with prompt 1. book with a subtitle, an Akin Odebunmi book titled “self-esteem; a unique way to reduce stress and improve productivity”.

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