Once again it is time to share reviews for the Celebrate the Author challenge. This is our LAST month. Can you believe it!?
Remember you have until December 31rst to go back and catch up on those months you missed before the challenge ends.
To read the original post about the challenge, click here. You can read January's round up here. If you participated but your link isn't included, please let me know by commenting on that post. I'll be sure to add you in. You can read February's round up here. Again, let me know if I've missed your post. And here is the post for March. Again, let me know if I've missed you. Same goes with April. Same with May. Same with June. Same with July. Same with August. Same with September. Same with October. Same with November.
Laura has read Jane Austen's Persuasion.
Kim has read George MacDonald's Golden Key.
Janet has also read George MacDonald. The Princess and Curdie.
Book In Hand has read Two Little Girls In Blue by Mary Higgins Clark.
Mo chose to celebrate by reading Stillwatch by Mary Higgins Clark.
Tales of a Book Addict has read I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark.
Wendy has celebrated with Jan Brett.
I celebrated Jane Austen by reading a YA biography of her life.
Callista has read Jan Brett.
Krin has read Desolation Island by Patrick O'Brian.
Don't forget to sign up for the 2009 Celebrate the Author Challenge HERE if you want to do this again next year. Next year's challenge will work a little bit differently.
The challenge now has its own blog. To keep me (and everyone else) up-to-date on your progress, you'll need to visit the challenge blog. I'll be posting round-ups there now.
Another change is that I'll allow you to read ahead--up to one month at a time. (You can read December's book in November, October's book in September, etc. But the challenge cannot be consider completed until December 1, 2009.)
Would you be interested in doing this challenge again in 2009?
What was your favorite book/author read during the challenge?
Did you read any authors you wouldn't have read without the challenge?
Anything you'd want to change up for the challenge next year?
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