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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Historical Fiction Challenge 2011

I loved this challenge and did really well last year so I'm joining again. This year it's being hosted by Historical Tapestry. I have chosen to read 10 books for this challenge. Here are the rules.
  • Everyone can participate, even those who don't have a blog (you can add your book title and thoughts in the comment section if you wish)
  • Add the link(s) of your review(s) including your name and book title to the Mister Linky to the monthly post at Historical Tapestry
  • Any kind of historical fiction is accepted (HF fantasy, HF young adult,...)
  • You can overlap this challenge with others kind of challenges
  • During these following 12 months you can choose one of the different reading levels:
Severe Bookaholism: 20 books
Undoubtedly Obsessed: 15 books
Struggling the Addiction: 10 books
Daring & Curious: 5 books
Out of My Comfort Zone: 2 books

The challenge will run from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011.

The books I have read for this challenge are:
  1. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  2. A Royal Likeness by Christine Trent
  3. The Year we Were Famous by Carole Estby Dagg
  4. The Midnight Tunnel: A Suzanna Snow Mystery by Angie Frazier
  5. The Landing by John Ibbitson
  6. A Race to Splendor by Ciji Ware
  7. The Sandalwood Tree by Elle Newmark
  8. Far to Go by Alison Pick
  9. To Be Queen: A Novel of the Early Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine by Christy English
  10. The Confessions of Catherine de Medici by C.W. Gortner
  11. Queen of the Summer Stars by Persia Woolley
  12. The Sweetest Thing by Elizabeth Musser


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5 comments :

  1. Have you read A.S. Peterson's The Fiddler's Gun? I highly recommend it! The sequel, The Fiddler's Green just released and I am so excited to read it!

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  2. No, I've never read this book, but I will check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

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  3. How about "Partners" or "Homesteader". There's a link to both on my blog. Having followed the link there's info on what they are about. They are 1866 and 1886 respectively.
    Dave
    www.dmmcgowan.blogspot.com

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  4. Hey, Dave! Thanks for your suggestions. It's great meeting another Canadian author.

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