I can't believe how far-reaching #AugustReviews has become! Again, thanks so much to everyone who has joined in, spread the word, re-posted, blogged, retweeted, put on Facebook, etc etc.... now, we just need everyone who reads it to write a review! Huge thanks to everyone who has contributed so far.
If you don't know what it's about, my original post is HERE. The first batch of reviews is HERE.
Sorry, got to do the boring bit too...
#AugustReviews hashtag: links to Amazon reviews written by you only, not promotion for your own books. Please respect this.
and..please do not tweet blog links to the hashtag.
- The purpose of this initiative is to get more readers posting reviews on Amazon. If you post blog links, it might put off new reviewers and lead them to think you need a blog to review.
- It causes more work for me, as I have to go and seek out your review on Amazon!
Do keep them coming! If you'd like to join in but are not sure what to write, there's advice in my original post, or you can click on any of the reviews below for inspiration, or read a terrific post on With Love for Books with some great one liners: it's HERE.
Okay, here's Round Two ~ click the title of the book for the review :)
Some good examples of very short ones from Jenny, Gerry and Tom.
Jenny Worstall reviewed:
Murder at the Lighthouse by Frances Evesham (cosy mystery)
Everybody Lies by Julia Hughes (mystery thriller)
Jam for Tea by Cathy Murray (nostalgia)
Gerry Book Lover reviewed Mistaken Kiss by Kathleen Baldwin (Regency romance)
Tom Williams reviewed:
The Litigators by John Grisham (thriller)
The Cuckoo's Calling by J K Rowling as Robert Galbraith (whodunnit)
Sharpe's Company by Bernard Cornwell (military adventure)
Val Poore reviewed The Lost Crown of Apollo by Suzanne Cordatos (YA Adventure)
Adrienne Vaughan reviewed:
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (psych thriller)
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark (classic drama)
Judith Barrow reviewed:
Hog In The Fog by Julia Copus (children's book)
Sandlands by Rosy Thornton (Sussex short stories)
Dan Jones reviewed:
The Naughtiest Boy In School by Julian Kirkman Page (Humour/education)
The Way Knight by Alexander Wallis (YA fantasy)
Georgia Rose reviewed Betwixt by Evie Gaughan (short story)
Olga reviewed The Other Side of Philip K Dick by Maer Wilson (biography)
Carol Hedges reviewed Conan Doyle and the Mysterious World of Light by Matt Wingett (biography)
Marjorie Mallon reviewed Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle by Geoff Le Pard (coming of age)
Judith Webster reviewed Fire Blessed by Crystin Goodwin (fantasy)
Ella Noel reviewed The Suburban Judgment by Marion Kille (crime thriller)
Rosie Amber reviewed Stargate Atlantis: The Wild Blue by Melissa Scott (SciFi)
Liz Lloyd reviewed What Tim Knows by Wendy Janes (short stories)
Elle (Capes and Corsets) reviewed The Girls' Ghostbusting Agency by Kitty French (humour/mystery)
Stacey Whispering Stories reviewed
Bees in Loretta's Bonnet by Lois Wickstrom (children's book)
The Last Kiss Goodbye by Tasmina Parry (romance/drama)
Cathy Ryan reviewed:
The Perdition Score by Richard Kadrey (fantasy)
Wake-Robin Ridge by Marcia Meara(drama)
I reviewed Trust Me I Lie by Louise Marley (Mystery)
Emma Gray reviewed Faith and Beauty by Jane Thynne (spy)
Lizzie Lamb reviewed:
Go Steal A Bridegroom by Denise Lawrence (chick lit)
Jenna's Journey by Julie Ryan (drama)
The Happy Meerkat reviewed
Berg's Book of Shapes by Berg Norcross (children's book)
The Two Week Wait Challenge by Lindsay Fischer (pregnancy)
The Silver Portal by David J Normoyle (fantasy)
Suzanne Rogerson reviewed The Wedding Proposal by Sue Moorcroft (romance)
Crystin Goodwin reviewed:
Dragonflight by Anne McCaffrey (Sci Fi)
My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand (fantasy)
This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab (fantasy)
Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella (humour)
Winter by Marissa Meyer (fantasy)
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (fantasy)
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (fantasy)
Starflight by Melissa Landers (fantasy)