The Books, Books and more Books: Re-Read Challenge 2010 is hosted by one of my favorite bloggers, Nath.
I didn't join the Challenge last year, I came to blogging too late to do so. But, I followed this Challenge from beginning to end. It became a favorite and every month I looked forward to reading reviews by those who participated. I loved reading reviews of books that I'd already read and I found new-to-me books and authors through this challenge. Visiting every single one of those bloggers who participated, weather I commented or just lurked, was fun and became routine.
I tend to re-read books that I love, my keepers and comfort reads. I think most people do the same -- and that love and comfort usually comes through in the reviews. I'm really looking forward to participating in this wonderful Challenge.
Nath's rules are very easy. Re-read and post a review by the last day of the month and post a link to the review at her blog. That's it! To make things easy for myself, I'll be using this post to keep track of my reads and reviews for the year.
January: Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard - Review here
February: Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas - Review here
March: Gods in Alabama by Joshilyn Jackson - Review here
April: Three Sisters Island Trilogy by Nora Roberts - Reviews here
May: To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt - Review here
June: Mine to Possess (Psy/Changeling, #4) by Nalinin Singh - Review here
July: Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling - Review here
August: Rising Tides (Quinn Brothers, Book #2) by Nora Roberts - Review here
September: Minis: Lady Sophia's Lover by Lisa Kleypas, A Separate Peace by John Knowles, Almost Like Being in Love by Steve Kluger, Cullen's Bride by Fiona Brand, Mr. Perfect by Linda Howard - Minis here
October: Rising Moon by Lori Handerland - Review here
November: If You Desire by Kresley Cole - Mini here
December: A Bride in the Bargain by Deeanne Gist - Review here
I'm looking forward to participating in this Challenge. Most of all I'm looking forward to reading all future entries. Thank you Nath for hosting it again!