British Books Challenge

british books challenge

The British Books Challenge is hosted by Fluttering Butterflies

Hey Guys! Don’t know if it is just me, my WordPress playing up, but if there is a change in font, I am sorry. Although it looks kinda funky 🙂 Anyway, I have been seeing the British Books Challenge floating about and I decided to check it out. I have decided to take part (obviously) because being from Britain and being a readaholic, I would love to be able to support British authors more – even if it means just advertising them a bit more through blog! 🙂

So, the challenge aims for people to read 12 books by British authors in a year as a minimum – so basically one per month. Of course you can read more if you so choose 🙂

Here are the books that I am planning to read for this challenge

Stolen Stolen by Lucy Christopher. I was disappointed with this book because I really wanted to love it! Find my review here

you against me You Against Me by Jenny Downham. After reading Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma, I saw this as a recommendation by Goodreads and decided to add it to my TBR.

hunting lila Hunting Lila by Sarah Alderson. I added this to my TBR after reading a review – I really need to crack it open.

hurt Hurt by Tabitha Suzuma. I absolutely loved Forbidden, the feels! I have to read some more of her work!

me and mr J Me and Mr J by Rachel McIntyre. This is a book that I have made clear that I am looking forward to its release date! 🙂

Dangerous Girls Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas. I read this during my stay at the hospital a few weeks ago and absolutely adored it!! Here is the link to my review.

I know it isn’t 12 books – I will be adding too the list when I find books that I want to read that belong to British authors.

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