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Friday, 1 April 2011

BBC: April Review Link Up

I was such a shockingly bad host last month. You have my sincere apologies. This month I am going to be an awesome challenge host. I am off work for quite a lot of April so unless I get abducted by aliens there is no excuse!

So I want to thank you all for sticking with me and for writing so many reviews in March. I am in awe of your reviewing prowess. Sorry about the linky issue. It should all be working fine from now on.

This is the last month that will be sponsored by a publisher. And it is a publisher that is close to my heart (they publish Perfect Chemistry people) so a huge thanks to Simon and Schuster for the goodies they are generously supplying.

Without further ado, these are the books in the prize pack:




NB: Hunting Lila won't be sent out until end of July as it isn't released until August.

Plus I'll be sending out some bookmarks and posters to the April winner too.

Let's see those links! I am going on a mission to comment on as many as I can this month.


16 comments:

Cliona said...

I love Simon and Shcuster! I would love to win this pack, I'll be doing lots of reviews this month! : D

Alex said...

These look great. I hope to have lots more reviews soon.

Asamum said...

OMG I lvoe that prize pack - love it - love it :D :D

Raimy-rawr said...

Have to agree with Asamum, Prize pack looks AWESOME! :D
I have already read and reviewed 3 british authors this month and it's only the 6th! :D (sorry for spamming your linky! lol) x

Avid_Reader said...

I can't believe it took me until April to read my first book written by a British author this year! Nevertheless, I have finally finished one - Shroud for the Archbishop by Peter Tremayne - and have posted my review. More should soon follow as I have several British books sitting on my immediate to be read pile.

Alex said...

The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips brings me half way through this challenge. Having great fun with it.

Nikki-ann said...

They look like great books... and 13 is my lucky number! :)

Beth Kemp said...

The prizes look great as always. I've reviewed the fabulous West of the Moon this month, and may get another in too - it is the Easter hols now, after all!

Michelle at Clover Hill Book Reviews said...

Fab prize pack!!

I've just added another review, mistakenly marked 13 Treasures...it should be 13 Secrets :)

Lucy Coats said...

Just posted a review of The Opposite of Amber by Gillian Philip (wonderful, brave book), together with one of my trademark 'Burning Questions', answered by Gillian herself--it's a really good one, so do have a read.

Sarah said...

Hi Becky, I'm not 100% sure if Morris Gleitzman counts as a British writer or not. It says on his website he was born in England and emigrated to Australia when he was 16 so I'm assuming he counts. If thats wrong please can you remove the link from the list for me?

bryonypearce said...

Just posted a review of Paranormalcy by Kiersten White. I loved it but I'm afraid it's my first time posting, so I accidentally put the link twice. I'm not trying to sneak an extra 'name in the hat' for the prize - honest!

bryonypearce said...

Just posted a review of Department 19 by Will Hill. I think I may have overwritten the link for the Paranormalcy review ... hope viewers can work out that they need to scroll down my blog to get to the Paranormalcy review ... whoops.
Having lots of fun with this.

Avid_Reader said...

Just posted my review of Robyn Young's novel Brethren, which is a great work of historical fiction about the Knights Templar.

Alex said...

Just left my review of Strangers at the Farm School by Josephine Elder, a vintage school story.

junipersjungle.com said...

Just added a very late one for April, I obviously missed it last time I checked - sorry!