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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Royal Reviews Romance Challenge - UPDATED

The Ladies over at Royal Reviews are hosting a Romance Challenge.

Another romance challenge, you may be asking yourself? Don't I already belong to one? Why yes, yes I do, but I just couldn't resist joining another. Besides, I think joining this one, will help me to work on the other one. Plus both challenges have lovely pictures. I already judge books by their covers, why not challenges too?

So here are the guidelines:
This challenge begins on June 1st and finishes on November 30, 2009, although you can sign up anytime. To complete the challenge the title or author's name will need to begin with the letters R-O-M-A-N-C-E and must be classified as a romance novel (this includes as romance sub genre including contemporary, historical or paranormal). Books can crossover with any other challenges but must be reviewed to be counted.

For the love of romance, here is my list:

R - Room with a View, by E.M. Forster

O - Enchantment, by Orson Scott Card (I think this counts)

M - Dark Highlander, by Karen Marie Moning

A- Katherine, by Anya Seton

N - The Nonsuch, by Georgette Heyer

C - The Thornbirds, by Colleen McCullough

E -

Any suggestions for me?
Edit 6/4: Added M and N, one more left. Hoping to get started soon.


BurtonReview said...

Can you use the N for The Nonesuch by Georgette Heyer?
This is tough.. too much work to figure it out!!


Author: Sharlene MacLaren ISBN: 9781603740203 4/2008 HISTORICAL
Time Period: 1896 Kentucky

BurtonReview said...

OR for the M
Mating Rituals of A North American Wasp
From the Hachette Book Group.. the blog tour starts 5/27 and you could probably request one from Miriam or Valerie if you haven't done so already.
I am going to have these letters that you are missing in my head now. ARGH

Jenny Girl said...

LOL Thanks for the suggestions Marie! You're the best.
I didn't know you could request books from Hachette. Is that how all you gals get those books?
I have a lot to learn, I guess :)

Irish said...

I loved the Thorn Birds book one of my favourites .... I haven't read that in a while :)

Jenny Girl said...

Irish: Thornbirds is my mom's favorite book. She has been telling me for years to read it, so I figured this was the best opportunity.

Vivian Mahoney said...

Good luck with the challenge! Here's another book to add to your list--Graceling! You've won a copy!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a challenge I could do. Not sure if I can sign up for another right now. If I think of a good e title I'll be back :) Good Luck!

zetor said...

Jenny, I am so sorry it has taken so long for me to answer your comment about sheep fleeces on my blog. I don't spin , I knit occasionally(but suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, so can only knit a little) . The fleeces are sent to a central mill and there are cleaned etc. We don't have a choice re; the price , the government dictate the price. There is no free market with sheep fleeces, and the price we get is usually pretty low.
Thanks for your interest. btw you have some good books for your latest challenge.

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