April A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge

Today is the GREAT Theme reveal for April A to Z Challengers who will be blogging their way through the alphabet using a theme for their posts.

This is my third year on the challenge and I always try to roll the theme around my blog which focuses on book reviews. This year I’m using characters from books I’ve read, plus I’m adding a little audience participation piece around book titles.

For every post I have already randomly selected 5 other challenger bloggers and added links to the blogs for you to visit. I check on the posting day that they are still taking part so I visit a minimum of 130 blogs during the tour, of course I visit plenty of others too.

Below are the books from which I’ve taken the characters I’m using during the challenge.

Have you read any of these? Each day there will be a review of the book topped off with my book title daily challenge for readers to take part in.

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A for Anne Haddon – An Englishwoman’s Guide To the Cowboy by June Kearns

B for Beynn Firehand – Eyes Of The Enemy by Kelly Hess

C for Charlee Montague – Boot Camp Bride by Lizzie Lamb

D for Dermot Finnegan – Secrets Of The Heart by Adrienne Vaughan

E for Emily Braden – Dreaming Of Love by Melissa Foster

F for James Finn – Business As Usual by E.L. Lindley

G for Garnet Sullivan – The Devil, the Diva and The Deep Blue Sea by Margaret Langstaff

H for Rose Haldane – Ignoring Gravity by Sandra Danby

I for Isabella Lanchester – Last Child by Terry Tyler

J for John Steel – Rise of The Phoenix by Phill Syron-Jones

K for Kate Wolsley – The Orchid Tree by Siobhan Daiko

L for Lottie Brinkley – Stable Mates by Zara Stonely

M for Matthew Hopkins – The Black Hours by Alison Williams

N for Nin – Marked for Magic by Daisy Banks

O for Rose O’Carroll – I Listened To My Heart by Rosemary Gallagher

P for Mrs Parish – Motherlove by Thorne Moore

Q for Quetzalcoatl – The Obsidian Mirror by K.D Keenan

R for Rhe Brewser – Death In A Dacron Sail by Noelle Granger

S for Samuel – The Broken Angel by Monica La Porta

T for Tiola Oldstagh – Sea Witch by Helen Hollick

U for Uther Pendragon – The Crystal Cave by Mary Stuart

V for Vince Crow – Trading Vincent Crow by D.C.J Wardle

W for Sergeant Winston Windflower –  A Twist Of Fortune by Mike Martin

X for Xania – Humming by Rachel McAlpine

Y for Yvette – The Mystery Box by Eva Pohler

Z for Joss Zebediah – Yesterday’s News by Sam Cheever

Plus here are links to a few other challengers who are revealing their themes during today.

https://alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com/

https://saylingaway.wordpress.com/

https://kristinkingauthor.wordpress.com/

http://shilpaagarg.com/

http://www.irelandandi.com/

If you want to take part in the blogging extravaganza  it’s not too late.

A-Z

 http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/p/a-to-z-challenge-sign-uplist-2015.html

Amber rose

30 thoughts on “April A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge

  1. Hi Rosie .. what a great idea and you’ve set it all out for us … it’ll be fun to follow along and I don’t think I’ve read any of those books .. and look forward to blogger recommendations – cheers Hilary

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  2. A great idea – really looking forward to reading along with you, Rosie.
    (I don’t think I’ve ever been 1st before, except at 6, as the shortest girl in the class line.) So, thank you!

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  3. Hi Rosie – I look forward to seeing your posts about the characters. How cool! My theme went up about noon yesterday. Now I need to keep plugging my writing for the posts … 🙂

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  4. Now this looks like a plan, Rosie! And I so loved it! Looking forward to read all about these characters, this April! Thanks for linking up my blog here! Touched and appreciate it! Cheers 🙂

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  5. Great theme, Rosie and thanks for choosing Rhe! I am flabbergasted -or is the word gobsmacked? – that with all you do, you have time to take this on. Wonder Woman you are!

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    • Thanks Noelle, I did seriously consider not taking part this year but it’s such a great opportunity to meet new people and share the books I love that I plunged right in.

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