Sunday, 21 November 2010

2011 Debut Author Challenge

2011 debut author challengeThe Story Siren is hosting the 2011 Debut Author Challenge for the third year running next year! Where bloggers read a minimum of 12 debut authors' novels over the course of a year. And I, of course, am signing up! For more info, see the link above.

I'm going to edit this post as I go along. Books read:

1. Halo by Alexandra Adornetto - review - Published in the UK on 20th January 2011 - Atom
2. Across the Universe by Beth Revis - review - Published in the UK on 3rd March - Razorbill UK
3. Firelight by Sophie Jordan - review - Published in the UK on 3rd March 2011 - OUP
4. Siren by Tricia Rayburn - review - Published in the UK on 20th January 2011 - Faber & Faber
5. Forgotten by Cat Patrick - review - Published in the UK on 6th June 2011 - Egmont UK
6. My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher - review coming in July - Published in the UK on 1st March - Orion Children's Books
7. One Seriously Messed-Up Week in the Otherwise Mundane and Uneventful Life of Jack Samsonite by Tom Clempson - review - Published in the UK on 2nd June 2011 - Atom
8. Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon - review - Published in the UK on 1st May 2011 - Usborne
9. And By the Way by Denise Deegan - review - Published in the UK on 17th February 2011 - Hachette Books Ireland
10. The Goddess Test by Aimée Carter - review - Published in the UK on 22nd September 2011 - Mira Ink
11. Everybody Jam by Ali Lewis - review - Published in the UK on 3rd March 2011 - Andersen Press
12. Swim the Fly by Don Calame - review - Published in the UK on 9th May 2011 - Templar Publishing
13. Fury by Elizabeth Miles - review - Published in the UK on 1st September 2011 - Simon and Schuster

7 comments:

  1. My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece sounds such an amazing book. I can't wait to read that one!

    Good luck with the challenge Jo!

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  2. All of those books sound amazing. Good luck!

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  3. Becky - Thank you! I'm looking forward to My Sister, I'm really intrigued! Will be reading it for Death & Bereavement Month :)

    Sophie - Cheers! I'm looking forward to reading them all! :)

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  4. Ooh, I hadn't heard of this challenge. Will start thinking of what books I want to read, and might take part too. I want to read Nightshade too.

    Good luck with the challenge!

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  5. Thank you! I hope you do well too! :)

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  6. thanks so much for joining the challenge, Jo!! i hope you find some great reads in 2011! Happy reading and good luck!

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  7. Thank you, Kristi! I had a great time with last year's challenge, I had to join this one!.

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