Saturday, March 1, 2014

2014 Historic Fiction Reading Challenge - March Review Link-Up

If you haven't signed up for the 2014 Historic Fiction Reading Challenge, it's not too late. You can sign up here.

Happy March, historic fiction lovers! How are you doing with the Historic Fiction Reading Challenge? How about your other 2014 challenges?

If you'd like to check out fellow participants' reviews, you can see all the January reviews here, the February reviews here, and I've updated the 2014 Historic Fiction Reading Challenge page at the top of the blog as well.

I've read three books for the challenge so far: Mayhem by Sarah Pinborough, Lady Thief by AC Gaughen, and The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason. They were all fantastic, and I'd recommend all of them. I'm hoping to get at least two more read in March, but I haven't decided which yet.
Here's a refresher of how this works:

  • You read as many (or as few) historic fiction books as you want during the month of March
  • Post your review on your blog (or GoodReads, Amazon, etc if you don't have a blog) between March 1st and 31st
  • Post a direct link to your review in the Linky below
  • If you didn't have a chance/forgot to link up your January or February reviews, you can link them up in March.


  • If you're on Twitter, you can use the hashtag #2014HFRC to update your progress or when you share your reviews. I'll randomly retweet tweets that use the hashtag.
  • You don't have to post the challenge button on your sidebar, but if you'd like to, you can grab the code in my right sidebar.
  • If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the Historic Fiction Reading Challenge by donating books, ebooks, swag, gift cards, etc., please contact me at irishstar_83(at)hotmail(dot)com. If you're an author, I'll spotlight your book for the month and include your website, Twitter, Facebook, etc.; if you're a blogger, I'll spotlight your blog and other social media. All sponsors are listed on the 2014 Historic Fiction Reading Challenge page, which will stay up all year.
How many historic fiction books did you read in February? Which was your favourite? What do you plan to read in March?

1 comment:

  1. Hi Marie,
    I was wondering why the March review link up is closed already? If you could let me know.
    Amy Yingling
    A Bookish Girl


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