domenica 15 marzo 2015

Around the World in 12 Books Challenge 2015

Step 1. Choose your level

I choose Level 4 The Seasoned Traveller 

Level 4: The Seasoned Traveller
– The Seasoned Traveller doesn’t do anything by half-measures: they go the whole hog and the more obscure the better!
– Read 12 books over the course of the year, each set in a DIFFERENT country
– Books selected should include ones set in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia+New Zealand, North America and South America. The Middle East should be considered too
– You do not need to plan ahead but it might help you keep on track
– No re-reads
– Any genre is okay (including non-fiction) BUT books MUST be set in a specific country or region with a noticeable attention to the location or environment; some genre books won’t be much use for this challenge
Step 2. Read the challenge rules/details, below.
Step 3. Use the Mister Linky form to enter.
Leave a comment on this post to indicate the level you’ve chosen
Step 4. Publish an intro post on your blog, if you have one, and link back to this post

1. SIGN-UP by entering a link into the Mister Linky form, below. If you have a blog, please post a challenge intro post and include details of which level you picked, what countries you intend to visit (tentative or otherwise), what books you hope to read etc.
2. Leave a comment on this post to indicate which level you will be attempting
3. You can read your selected titles whenever you like throughout the year
4. Leave links to your reviews using the form, HERE.
5. Reviews should include your chosen level badge and link back to this post
6. Spread the word! This isn’t actually a rule, just an encouragement. ;) Tweet using the hashtag #AroundtheWorldBooks and link to me using my Twitter handle, @GiraffeDays.

1. Valentine's Day is Murder by Carolyn Arnold Jamaica
2. The Small Fortune of Dorothea Q by Sharon Maas Guyana
3. Flamenco, Flan and Fatalities by Mary McHugh Spain
4. Girl of the Book by Princila Murrell Saudi Arabia
5. The Wolf's Torment by Stephanie Burkhart Moldavia
6. The House At The End Of The Street by Jeannie Jones Australia

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