Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and The Bookish . Every week we are given a Top Ten Topic and we write a list of our Top Ten books, or book related thing, for it . Someone over at The Broke and The Bookish give us their list and then we can add a link back to ours at the bottom of the post. The only rule is to link back to their page.
Friday Find is a meme I found through Should Be Reading. It is a weekly post where you share the book titles you discovered or heard about during the past week. These can be books you were told about, discovered while browsing online, or you bought.
The Deja Vu Review is a Meme hosted by The Book Addict’s Guide that gives us the chance to review books that we read before we became book bloggers. A theme is suggested each week to help us pick a book from our past we might want to rave about that we may not have time to re-read again to review it.
Project Fairy Tale is an Event being set up by The Cheap Reader. It is going to be a month devoted to Fairy Tales, either in February or March 2013. Each person chooses a fairy tale which they must read the original of and then at least 3 retellings/spin offs of the story. Then we write a review of each book and post them during the month of Project: Fairy Tale.
So after not very much consideration I have decided that I am going to challenge my love of Dystopian and take part in Blog of Erised’s Dystopian Reading Challenge 2013. The aim of the challenge is to try and read 24 dystopian novels between 1st January 2013 and 31 December 2013 although there are different levels and badges are gained as you reach each one. You can keep up with my progress here.
For anyone who has read the book, you will know that throughout the story Charlie is given several books to read by his English teacher. The books are considered classics and I am sure many people will have read them when they were at school however I am not one of those people. I have decided that since I consider myself to be a book lover I should read these classics.