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Wednesday, 7 December 2011

BBC: Link up your Completed Challenge posts

So you've finished the challenge?


Please link up below your post listing all the books you reviewed. I would love to find out exactly how many British books we reviewed altogether.

You've still got time to get in a few more... Link up until the end of the year. And if you loved it this time, hop on over to Kirsty's blog The Overflowing Library and sign up for the 2012 CHALLENGE.

Oh and leave a comment with the title of your favourite British book that you read this year. I want to know what I've been missing out on. It might inspire me to sign up for next year too.

Thank you!


Sarah said...

Hey Becky, I think I've reviewed 51 books by British authors now but I have a couple more reviews to come before the end of the year :o) I've linked to my challenge post which has all of my reviews in it & will update it as I add any others.

Thanks for all your hard work organising the challenge this year - it's been one of my favourites! I'll definitely be signing up again for next year on Kirsty's blog

kirsty at the overflowing library said...

I'm about the mid 50s although might get a few more in my the end of the year.

Asking me to pick my favourite is like asking me to pick between favourite children although I must say I loved VIII by HM Castor

Rebecca-Books said...

Thank you again Becky for organising this, it was such a great challenge.

I got to around 19 books, which I'm happy with. It is so hard to choose a favourite though, probably I was Jane Austen's Best Friend by Cora Harrison.
Thanks again!

Jo said...

I managed 12. I'm quite happy with that. Seeing as most of the books I like tend to be written by US authors, I'm just glad I managed to meet my target if not pass it.

My favourite would be One Seriously Messed-Up Week in the Otherwise Uneventful and Mundane Life of Jack Samsonite by Tom Clempson :)

Beth Kemp said...

I managed 22 BBC-appropriate reviews. Thanks for running this; it's been my first bloggy challenge and I've really enjoyed it.

Favourite? Such a mean question! I'd waver between Gillian Philip's Bloodstone, Marcus Sedgwick's Midwinterblood and Katherine Langrish's West of the Moon.

Nikki-ann said...

I really enjoyed this challenge and discovered some wonderful British authors through it. Thank you so much for hosting it this year!