Friday, 1 December 2017

Retellings Reading Challenge 2017: December Link-Up

Retellings Reading Challenge 2017

Welcome to the Retellings Reading Challenge 2017 link-up for December! You can link up your reviews at the bottom of this post.

How have you been doing for the challenge? I didn't read any retellings in November, but I'm planning on reading A Girl Called Owl by Amy Wilson this month, a retelling of Jack Frost! Perfect for this time of year!

Before we get to the link-up, I just wanted to let you know that I won't be running this challenge again next year. There are so few people who take part, it's not worth the time I and money I spend each month on it. I, myself, will still be reading retellings next year because I love them so much, but there won't be a challenge here. If I find someone else is hosting a similar challenge before the end of the year, I will link to it in this post.

Ok, so now on to the link-up! Please post the links to your reviews from December in the link-up below. But before you do...
  • You must sign up for the challenge before you post links to your reviews. Links from people who haven't signed up will be deleted. Sign up for the challenge here.
  • Make sure your links go directly to your reviews, not to your blog/Goodreads page/youtube channel/insta account, etc. Those of the latter will be deleted.
  • To count, books must be read and reviewed in December or finished reading at the very end of November (29th/30th), reviewed at the very beginning of December (1st/2nd).
  • When you link to your reviews, in the "Name" field, please include the title of the book, the author, and your blog name. For example: Wicked by Gregory Maguire @ Once Upon a Bookcase.
  • When sharing your reviews on social media, don't forget to use the #RetellingsRC2017 hashtag, so we can all find your reviews.


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2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh!! I love retellings! I didn't know there was such a challenge and hate that I missed this! Are you planning on doing this for 2018? Not that I need to add more books to my ever growing list, but this is one of my favorite genres and would love to discover some new books.

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  2. The link list isn't loading for me so I can't add my review on there but you can find it here:

    Wicked Ugly Bad by Cassandra Gannon:
    http://www.feelingfictional.com/2017/11/review-wicked-ugly-bad-cassandra-gannon.html

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