Plays should count for the Goodreads Challenge!
(My Goodreads account is private. Sorry.)
I don't mean just reading plays - we've all been counting those anyway, let's face it.
I mean, it should totally count if we WATCH plays - on TV, live, whatever.
It's just like an audiobook, after all, isn't it?
We're listening to the words, we just happen to get a little bit more verve in this version!
I don't mean like a play adapted from a book - although if there's a separate play-script version on Goodreads then go for it - but stuff like Shakespeare, which was written for the stage? Why not?
Honestly, why the hell wouldn't we count that?!
I'm a big believer in acceptable cheating for the GR challenge - splitting a graphic novel into individual issues totally counts, short stories online totally count; basically, anything that is already listed on GR is fair game as far as I'm concerned.
So I'm also gonna add plays I've seen adaptations of. Because it's an audio book - with visuals. And I'm a total rebel 😎
Are you with me on this my nerdlets? Or is this a step too far? Talk to me! 😃💬
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