Saturday, 20 January 2018

British Books Challenge 2018 - New Year, New Goal, Similar TBR.

Hello! You might be aware that around this time last year I decided to take part in a few reading challenges for 2017. You might also be aware that these did not go very well. Personal reasons prevented me from reading and blogging as much as I wanted to last year and unfortunately I've only recently started to get back on track. But 2018 is a new year and as such I have new challenge goals, even if I also have a very similar TBR. I therefore present you with my British Books Challenge 2018 TBR!

If you fancy taking part in the British Books Challenge 2018, hosted once again by the lovely Chelley Toy, you can find all the info here.



British Books Challenge 2018 TBR:

1) State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury.
2) The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
3) All of the Above by Juno Dawson.
4) The Spinster Club trilogy, plus And A Happy New Year by Holly Bourne.
5) Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone
6) Rockoholic by C J Skuse.
7) Lydia by Natasha Farrant.
8) Under Rose Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall.
9) Shadowsong by S. Jae-Jones
10) The Catalyst by Helena Coggan.
11) Shadowplay by Laura Lam.
12) The Extinction Trials by Susan Wilson
13) Rebel of the Sands (Trilogy) by Alwyn Hamilton
14) The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

15) Songs About A Girl by Chris Russell
16) Zenith by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings
17) The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart

18) Second Best Friend by Non Pratt
19) Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian
20) Floored by Various
Watch this space! More books will be added as time progresses, with hyperlinks to my reviews.

I will also be compiling a monthly wrap up at the end of each month, to track my progress, followed by a smaller TBR specific to the next month. For January though I've just highlighted in red the ones I'm hoping to get through, seeing as we're half way through the month already. The main one this month is going to be The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart, as Martin is the Author of the Month for January. The Fandom by Anna Day is also the Debut of the Month, but I have already read and loved this one at the end of last year. If you fancy checking out my review from the blog tour earlier this week however, you can find it here.

I'm also going to attempt to comment a lot more on other blogs this year, so I look forward to seeing everyone else's reviews and wrap ups!

As always thanks for reading and do feel free to leave a comment below or @ me on Twitter!

Holly @The_Arts_Shelf


1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for signing up to the British Books Challenge. I'm so happy x

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