Well, it's official: I am rubbish at my own challenge. I just haven't been reading British books. I just checked Goodreads and the last time I finished a British book was on July 31st. I can't think what to say about this other than it is a shame. In August I was in the mood for fantasy novels and the ones that I owned or were sent for review were by American authors. So I conclude I need to be recommended some great YA/ adult high or urban fantasy cross over titles by British authors. Ideas in the comments, please?!
In September I will aim to read at least one British book. Surely if I keep the goal small I will be able to destroy it and read many more. *Fingers crossed*
While I'm here, I'm going to give a huge shoutout to Kirsty who has now read 50, yes you read that right, 50 British books. You can find her blog here.
The August prize draw winner was Rebecca Books for her review of Morris Gleiztman's Once. Congrats! I will contact you so I can get Girl, Missing winging it's way to you.
The September prize is going to be The Spook's Apprentice by Joseph Delaney. Why? Because I love this series and it's nice to have a pre-teen book as a prize for a change.
Let's linky up. Let's make September a jolly good month. Oh and anyone else have that shiny new pencil case feeling? It's back to school on Monday...