Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Read My Review: America

Read My Review, hosted by A Trillian Books, is a chance for book bloggers to share new and old reviews--all related to a theme.
What to do:
*Find one of your reviews that fits this week's theme (you can be as creative as you like when choosing what fits). It can be new or old, good or bad.
*Leave your link with Mr. Linky at the bottom of her post [Blog Name (Book Title)].
*Visit some of the other reviews and leave a "quality" comment (at least a couple of sentences).
*Grab the button and let people know about Read My Review.

A nice easy one this week. A lot of you will be celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday so this week’s theme is:


Be it an American setting, and American author, American character, all three or even some other element of Americanism. The theme stays for a week so you can leave your link any time and don't forget to pop back and check out some more fab reviews. You can also clink here to see the previous weeks reviews. My choice is Death Is a Lonely Business by Ray Bradbury, one of America's all-time best science fiction authors. But this one isn't SF...it's mystery set in 1930s California. Click the title for the review. Thanks for checking it out!

1 comment:

Audra said...

Ooh, great tip on Bradbury -- I love fiction set in the '30s!