>Typically British Reading Challenge 2010


Typically British Banner I just realise that I have not read enough British authors/books this year but I’ve just started Martin Edwards’ The Coffin Trail. Therefore I thought it might be a good idea to join this challenge hosted by Book Chick City. This Challenge runs from Jan 1st to Dec 31st, 2010. Only books started on January 1st counts and there are four levels:

"Put The Kettle On" – Read 2 Typically British novels.

"Gordon Bennett" – Read 4 Typically British novels.

"Bob’s Your Uncle" – Read 6 Typically British novels.

"Cream Crackered" – Read 8 Typically British novels.

Any book format counts. Must be fiction not non-fiction. As always I will voluntarily restricted myself to crime fiction books. And since I have in my TBR pile Barbara Vine’s The Birthday Present it should not all that difficult to reach the first level before December 31st. Anyhow my goal is to read at least 6 books and reach the third level. It would be nice if I can choose two authors from Wales, Scotland and England.

Your suggestions will be taken into consideration and they are more than welcome.

>Participate in the ACRC’s Agatha Christie Blog Tour September 1-30


120 Agatha Christie On 15 September 2010 Agatha Christie would have been 120 years old.

From 1-30 September 2010, Kerrie at the at the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge Blog will be taking part in a world wide celebration blog tour.

Participants will volunteer for a day in September to host the carnival. Posts must be related to an Agatha Christie topic.

Visit the ACRC Blog for additional details.

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