Thursday, 16 December 2010

British Books Challenge 2011

So over the past few days I’ve been contemplating which challenges to do for 2011. This year I’ve participated in the 75 book challenge on Librarything and have happily reached over that goal, I hope to do so again next year so I’ll definitely be signing up for that again! Plus the group and the people are so lovely and I’ve gotten to know a few of them. Another challenge I’ve decided to sign up for is the British Book Challenge hosted for the first time over with Becky at The Bookette. Now being a British book blogger I think it would be great to read and promote more British authors. I’m going to be doing The Home Grown challenge aiming to read 12 British books in 2011. I’m probably going to be reading a lot of YA but I’m hoping to throw some chick-lit and general fiction in the mix as well. Here’s a list of some of the books I hope to get read. The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney Split by a Kiss by Luisa Plaja The Long Weekend by Savita Kalhan My So-Called Afterlife by Tamsyn Murray Zelah Green: One More Little Problem by Vanessa Curtis Entangled by Cat Clarke A Note of Madness by Tabitha Suzuma Della Says: OMG! by Keris Stainton Department 19 by Will Hill That’s all I’ve got for now. Some changes may be made and more books will be added at a later date as I go along. I can’t wait to get stuck into this challenge! If you want to learn more about The British Books Challenge make sure you stop by Becky’s blog here for more information. You don’t have to be a British book blogger to enter and there are going to be plenty of fab prizes to be won so I hope to see a lot of you join in the fun! What challenges are you signing up for next year? Any fun ones you think I should know about? Leave me a comment :-)


  1. Aww I wish I can do this challenge!! It's one great list!!

  2. I really want to read A Note of Madness. I should add it to my list. Best of luck for the challenge and enjoy!

  3. Thank you! Really looking forward to this :)

  4. I've joined in with the British Books Challenge too, though I don't have my full list worked out yet.


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