Thursday, July 1, 2010

Challenge and Books on my To-Read List this Month

Okay, If you haven't already heard, the Genre of the Month is Romance and in honor of the new month The Mortal's Library is hosting it's first Challenge! The Challenge is to read Five Romance Books by the end of the month! Can you do that? Comment below saying that you are going to join for this month with your name and a way to contact you, grab the button, and spread the word! Copy and paste the button to add it to your twitter, facebook, or whatever. To add it to your blog or site or wherever else, get the code below it. (:

And, once you post your review (which is optional) post a link to your review down in the Mr. Linky below. (Put name of blog for name if you have a blog.) If you're just reading for fun, comment with what you're reading and after you're done, what your favorite romance read was.

The Mortal's Library

The Books I'm Reading For the Challenge (and more probably):

1.) The Nature of Jade by Deb Calleti

2.) Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers

3.) Bloom by Elizabeth Scott

4.) Linger by Maggie Stiefvater (When it comes out)

5.) The Dark Divine by Bree Despain

Remember to comment and let me know your joining and please, Please, PLEASE join!




  1. So I think to get more participation in this maybe make it a page so that way people will notice it more because soon it won't even be on the homepage. Also from other challenges I've seen you could have them say something about posting what books they want to read and you could also have them link to their reviews just ideas :)
    Btw I am going to join and I think you know many ways to contact me :)

  2. Also is there anyway to get rid of the word verification to post a comment? It's annoying

  3. Ok one more thing. I know this has nothing to do with the blog but you don't have the thing where people can follow your blog and I think it's nifty to get more people

  4. Yeah we do Jenn, the google friend connect one? Its in the right sidebar, or is that not what your talking about?