I read and review a lot of books - in fact that's exactly how this blog started out, because I wanted a space to keep all my book reviews together instead off dotted all over the place online ! - so as soon as I noticed a blogpost on the lovely @ali991's blog Dragons and Fairydust about Transworld offering free books to bloggers and reviewers as part of their Reading Challenge, I knew it was right up my street. I scuttled off to sign up and have just found out that I've been accepted - yay !
If you want to get involved too, head over to http://www.between-the-lines.co.uk/?p=1378 and leave them a message. If you're accepted, they will send you a total of four free books for you to review and, having looked through the list of titles available, it's going to be a very tough choice !
As they explain :
Back by popular demand we have reinstated the Transworld Book Group Reading Challenge! With a new set of completely fabulous titles. Do you love to review books? Do you post reviews on Amazon? Are you an avid blogger? If you answered yes to any of these questions then the Transworld Book Group Reading Challenge is for you!
Running from August to October we’re letting bloggers pick four titles from the list below to be sent for review. Review the book on your blog or on Amazon and send us the link, then we’ll send you out the second book on your list.* It’s as easy at that!
Post this header and the packshot above (we’ll send it to you) linking back to Between the Lines to commence your challenge!
‘I’m part of the Transworld Book Group!’
1. The Sandalwood Tree by Elle Newmark
2. Black Swan Rising by Lee Carroll
3. The Secrets Between Us by Louise Douglas
4. Teacher, Teacher! by Jack Sheffield
5. Death Sentence by Mikkel Birkegaard
6. Crippen by John Boyne
7. Caligula by Douglas Jackson
8. Twelve by Jasper Kent
9. The Obscure Logic of the Heart by Priya Basil
10. Nothing But Trouble by Rachel Gibson
11. The Colour of Death by Michael Cordy
12. Odin’s Mission by James Holland
13. Legacy by Danielle Steel
14. The Water Room by Christopher Fowler
15. The Bomber by Liza Marklund
Look out for my reviews coming soon and good luck if you go and sign up too. Feel free to leave me links to any reviews you write - I'm always keen to see what other people thought of books I've read and reviewed and compare notes.
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