When I decided to start this project I turned straight to my Goodreads account. You can set up your own Goodreads account for free at www.goodreads.com. Once you get setup there is a widget for the book challenge on the left hand side of the homepage and you can pledge as many books over any time frame that you choose. As you add your finished reads it automatically adds them to your book challenge and it shows your progress. However, the best part of this website (in my opinion) is that you can get recommendations of books to read based on your reviews. I am always looking for new books and authors to read so this feature has helped my broaden my literary horizons. You can also search for friends either via email address or through facebook so you can share books and reviews with you friends and family.
My goal of a hundred books sometimes seems a little daunting but my to read list is longer than 100 books and I am always taking suggestions and recommendations from anyone who offers, so I have more than enough books to reach my goal. In addition to my Goodreads account I also receive emails from Barnes and Noble and Amazon with the daily e-book deals. They offer books from $0.00 (yup free) on up and most of the specials are around $2 (usually an 80% discount). I am also a card carrying member of my local library system. Most libraries now offer e-book borrowing and apps to allow you access to the libraries card catalog and your account with them from any smart phone or tablet. This has turned my love of books into a bit of an obsession but I think it's a good problem to have. I think Dr Suess said it best "