Thursday, 1 January 2015

2015 British Books Challenge


In 2011 the British Books Challenge was created by Becky at The Bookette, in 2012 it was Kirsty at The Overflowing Library's turn to run the challenge, I hosted it myself in 2013 and 2014 but the baton has now been handed to Michelle at Fluttering Butterflies for 2015.

2011 - I read 58 books by British authors
2012 - I read 41 books by British authors
2013 - I read 39 books by British authors
2014 - I read 55 books by British authors

Since I managed to hit my 50 book target in 2014 so I'm going to set that as my goal again this year and we'll see if I can hit it twice in a row! If you'd like to join me you can sign up for the 2015 challenge HERE.

I will keep a list of books read along with links to my reviews in this post.

January (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Hunted by a Jaguar - Felicity Heaton
  2. The Sleeper and the Spindle - Neil Gaiman & Chris Riddell
February (read other participant's reviews here)
June (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Frail Human Heart - Zoe Marriott
August (read other participant's reviews here)
October (read other participant's reviews here - I'll add the link as soon as it's available)
  1. Beyond the Veil - Pippa DaCosta
  2. Devil May Care - Pippa DaCosta
  3. Darkest Before Dawn - Pippa DaCosta
  4. Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone: Illustrated Edition - J.K. Rowling & Jim Kay
  5. Drowning in the Dark - Pippa DaCosta
  6. Paper Dandy's Horrorgami - Marc Hagan-Guirey
November (read other participant's reviews here - I'll add the link as soon as it's available)
  1. Marked by an Assassin - Felicity Heaton
  2. Ties that Bind - Pippa DaCosta
  3. One for Sorrow - Pippa DaCosta
  4. Girl From Above: Trapped - Pippa DaCosta
  5. Simon's Cat in Kitten Chaos - Simon Tofield
  6. The Falconer - Elizabeth May (I re-read this book but the link takes you to my original review)
December (read other participant's reviews here - I'll add the link as soon as it's available)

    2 comments:

    1. I hope it'll be enjoyable being on the other side of this reading challenge this year! Thanks for taking part and thanks for all the hard work over the last two years :)

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      1. I'm quite excited to be on this side of the fence for a change :-)

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