Celebrate the Author

Reviews–Celebrate the Author–

Posted on: December 14, 2008

Here is the place to enter LINKS to your reviews for the Celebrate the Author challenge. Please enter in the permanent link to your review, not just the link to your site/blog. The Mr. Linky is for ALL twelve months. So please indicate–if you will–which month (and author) you’re celebrating. For example:

Becky (November/L.M.Montgomery)

If Mr. Linky should ever be down–it happens sometimes–just leave a link to your review in the comments of this post.

If you don’t have a blog and are participating in this challenge, you can simply leave a comment saying which book(s) you’ve read. (For example, “In November, I read L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables.” No review is necessary to participate.


7 Responses to "Reviews–Celebrate the Author–"

I read World’s Fair by E.L. Doctorow for January. http://khager.vox.com/library/post/1.html

For January, I read an autobiography by Michael Bond who wrote the Paddington Bear books. I linked it on Mr. Linky.

I read Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton for January. I linked it on Mr. Linky.

I read Hell House by Richard Matheson for February.



I read Skylight Confessions by Alice Hoffman for March.


I read The Book of Lies by Brad Meltzer for April.


I know we are supposed to read the author in their month but I went ahead and read December in November because with the holidays coming up I know I will not get as much reading done as usual and wanted to be sure I completed the challenge. Thank you for hosting. This challenge was a lot of fun and I got some great reading done.

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