January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014
Okay folks, I'm trying my hand at setting up a challenge! Has to be a first time for everything, right? I have found that I love reading Scottish literature and am looking forward to spending some time there in the future. 2014 will be a decisive year for the Scots, as they are voting on Independence from Britain next year. What better way to celebrate than a reading challenge!
Just A Keek (a little look): 1-4 books read
The Highlander: 5-8 books
The Hebridean: 9-12 books
Ben Nevis: 13+ books
Read and review Scottish books -any genre, any form- written by a Scottish author (by birth or immigration) or about or set in Scotland.
Challenge runs January 1 to December 31, 2014
Books you read may count for other challenges.
You don't have to have a blog to participate. If you have a blog, post a challenge sign-up and link that post (not your home page) to the links below. Grab a copy of the challenge badge if you want to post it too. If you don't have a blog let me know in a comment below that you are participating and what level you are aiming for.
Post your review on your blog and link the review to the Read Scotland 2014 Review Page I'll be putting up the first of the year. If you don't have a blog and still want to review you can:
1: post a review at any bookseller that allows reviews, and link to it
2: send me a review by email and I will post it here for you.
3: Join the group I started at Goodreads HERE
Or you can also just let us know how your coming along in the comments below the links on the review page.
Here are a few links to start you on your way finding Scottish writers or settings! Don't forget the new authors James Oswald and A.D. Scott, they didn't seem to make any of these list!
List of Scottish Writers
100 Best Scottish Books of all Time
Five New Scottish Writers
Just Scottish Women Writers
Fantastic Fiction - Scotland Authors
Books From Scotland - Author List
Find a book set in Scotland @ Book Set In...
and the ultimate search site...
Stop, You're Killing Me!
Don't forget you can get 'vintage' authors books for free often times in ebook form!
I hope you'll join me!
This reading challenge is hosted by Peggy Ann's Post. For more information and to sign-up, please see this post.