This is something of a challenge I'm doing for myself instead of it being a part of any group. I want to be able to finish a few series inside of a year, and have it contribute to my overall reading list for 2014. So here's my plan: the following series I'm listing in this section are series I plan to finish, whether I'm just starting them for the first time, or rereading them so that I can actually review them, OR they've been unfinished for goodness knows how long.
Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling (7 books) - I never read the seventh book of HP because I was spoiled silly at the time I was reading the series, so I'm going to start from the beginning and read through the entire series. Many of my friends/fellow readers did a massive read-along last year, but I couldn't do it for time. Hopefully I can make the time this year.
Star Shards series by Neal Shusterman (3 books) - Got this entire series as a galley from Edelweiss in 2013, so I figure I'll read through the three books at some point this year in 2014.
Scarlet Wakefield series by Lauren Henderson (4 books, only reading 3) - I've had in my head to finish this series for a while. I didn't like "Kiss Me, Kill Me" all that much, but I have the rest of the series to finish, so I might as well take the plunge
Hush Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick (4 books, only reading 2) It's only two more books, I can handle it. *gulps*
Alcatraz series by Brandon Sanderson (4 books, only reading 2) I've read the first two books already, and it would make sense to finish out the last two books this year. I've really enjoyed it thus far.
Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson (4 books, so far) - rereading the first two, finishing up to the latest book, which I think will be released this year.
Ashes Trilogy by Ilsa J. Bick (3 books) Have two of the books as galleys so I might as well read this one. I've heard good things about the first, and I liked her style of writing from "The Sin-Eaters Confession."
The Demon's Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan (3 books, reading 2) I loved the first book, finishing out the series this year.
I think that should keep me busy well enough. If I'm feeling really challenged, I might try reading the Wheel of Time series from the very beginning, but I doubt I'd finish it this year. If it doesn't detract from my regular ARC reads, then I might go for it.