Wednesday, July 01, 2015

British Books Challenge - Link your July reviews

6 months of the year have already passed. I'm just going to let that sit there for a moment.

Now that we've recovered, on with business! I'm always super impressed with everyone's commitment to reading books for this challenge. Keep up the good work!  June's prize pack was hosted by the lovely people at Bloomsbury, and using a random number generator the winner has been chosen... 

Sofia from The Reading Fangirl
(for her review of Air by Lisa Glass)

Huge congrats Sofia! You have one week to email me with your postal address so that I may your details on to my contact at Bloomsbury.

Now onto July! The lovely Hot Key Books has stepped forward and offered a copy of Lorali by Laura Dockrill and Being A Girl by Hayley Long. Both look amazing, what a great pair of books.  Thank you, Hot Key Books!  Now get reading...

Important Information:

  • Please make sure you sign up for the challenge before you start linking your reviews, I will delete links from people who aren't registered. You can sign up HERE if you haven't already.
  • When you add your link to the Mr. Linky below please make sure you link directly to your review, not just to your blog (invalid links will be deleted)
  • Books must have been read in 2015 to count towards the challenge so those books you read in December but reviewed in January don't count!
  • Also, please make sure that the reviews you link are for books written by British Authors - they can be born in Britain (living here or abroad) or they can be adopted British Authors (who were born elsewhere and now live here) but if they don't fit into one of those categories then they don't count. (as above invalid links will be deleted and won't get you an entry into the prize pack). Please note that Britain includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, I'm afraid authors from Southern Ireland don't count.
  • If you need ideas for books by British Authors check out the FAQ page for lots of suggestions. You don't have to choose books from these lists though - they are just to give you ideas if you need help!

Link Your Reviews:

Now for the important part, make sure you link all of your reviews using the Mr. Linky form below. In the Your Name field please include your blog name, the title of the book and the author. Make sure the link takes me directly to your review or your entry won't count and will be deleted from the list.

For example: Remix by Non Pratt (Fluttering Butterflies)


  1. I see lots of inspiration in this month's link ups!

  2. A January read, reviewed on 2 July (so behind in my reviewing, though reading is going well). Terrific book from Michael J Malone - would recommend to anyone who likes crime/thriller/noir

  3. I am back a third time to add a link. Busy month for me with the British authors this time💜


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