Welcome to month four…
I didn’t do a much better job this month. Though I suppose I did slightly better than last month. I only finished ONE book this month, though I’m still not entirely sure it’s a series-ender. And I did start to read two.
This month I read…
BREAKABLE (Contours of the Heart #2) by Tammara Webber. And while I haven’t posted my review yet, it will be up next week.
And I started reading both THE WARRIOR and THE ONE and realized there was no way I was ready to say goodbye just yet. But I am confident I’ll be able to say goodbye to at least one of them during this fourth month of the challenge. I just wish I was as confident I’ll be ready to say goodbye to this month’s choices – of which there are only two.
If you haven’t yet signed up, check out the SIGN-UP POST for details. While there are only two months left, it’s still not too late to join in and say goodbye to at least one of your favorite series.
But if you have, then I wish you the very best of luck this fourth month of the challenge.
CITY OF HEAVENLY FIRE (The Mortal Instruments #6) by Cassandra Clare – releases May 27th
DREAMS OF GODS & MONSTERS (Daughter of Smoke & Bone #3) by Laini Taylor – released April 8th
Leave your links to your thoughts posts on your blogs, Goodreads, Facebook or Booklikes. They should ONLY be links to reviews written and posted between May 14 and June 13, 2014.
And they should ONLY be reviews for books that are the final book in the series.
If you forget to leave a link and this Linky List has closed, you may leave it in next month’s Linky List. But you can ONLY link up a review once.
At the end of the month I will throw the Linky List numbers into Random and select ONE WINNER for a series-ending book of their choice not to exceed $25 USD.
Haraiah @ Random Things in Action
Please drop me an email at fiktshun[at]gmail[dot]com with your address details and your book of choice and I’ll order your series-ending book!
Seriously, I can’t thank you enough for being a part of this challenge. I think you are all so very brave. And yes, you do give me the courage to at least try saying goodbye to some of my most favorite series. Stopping when panic sets in mid-read can’t be helped. It can’t… really.
As always, I hope that you’re doing a heck of a lot better on your challenge goals than I am. While I was so certain I was ready to tackle the challenge last year, I’ve clearly fallen short this year with both my certainty and my ability.
But I know the same cannot be said of you. Or there would be zero links left in the Linky List at the bottom of each month’s post. And that has not happened.
I am keeping my fingers crossed for all of us, and that if you’ve added CITY OF HEAVENLY FIRE to your DLIE Reading Challenge pile it won’t be the book that breaks your success streak.
Happy reading and may your goodbyes be filled with tears of joy, not tears of sadness.