March 7, 2010

March (ETA: and April) Mr Linky

First of all, apologies for the fact that this is one week late. And also for the fact that I'm unsurprisingly behind on updating the review index. For now I'll leave the February Mr Linky up, and I'll add those reviews as time allows. Meanwhile, here's a place for your new reviews. I hope everyone's been enjoying their reads.

17 comments:

Amanda said...

I hope it's okay that I put my last two GN reviews on the Feb linky even though I read them in March...

wilsonknut said...

I've posted one and hope to have at least one more before the end of the month.

Karen said...

I posted these two reviews in February for the mini-challenge, but I don't think I posted them here on the main site. I'll be back soon with my first official March graphic novel, Alice in Sunderland by Brian Talbot.

Robin said...

My first review for the challenge! The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey was so much fun!

Wilson Knut said...

Just finished A Small Killing by Alan Moore. It packs a lot of tension very a relatively quiet book.

Nymeth said...

It's more than okay, Amanda! Sorry it took me so long to get this Mr Linky up :\

I'm glad everyone has been enjoying their picks :D And Karen, I loved Alice in Sunderland!

ds said...

Just posted my first review, of Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis. I hope it qualifies; if not, scream & I'll change things. Thanks!

Bibliobabe said...

I posted a page with ALL current reading challenges. Let me know if you want me to add any other information to your challenge. I hope it brings even more readers to your challenge!

Reading Challenges.

Rachelle (Bibliobabe)

Shellie (Layers of Thought) said...

Posted my first review and first graphic novel - Fun Home...

Nymeth said...

So, I was thinking - since there aren't too many reviews on the Mr Linky so far, I could post them every two months from now on? And we'd use this one for April too.

Trisha said...

Two more read! Both Legends in Exile and Coraline.

John Mutford said...

Ooops, I don't know how to remove a mistaken entry. Anyway, the book title should read Ghost Stories. Ignore the one that says Essex County.

Wilson Knut said...

I'm confused. So, this is for April too? I'm posting my reviews for the nonfiction mini-challenge.

Xenagogue said...

Sorry. I posted my link twice. Can you remove the first one (#67)?

Wanda said...

Read it in February and again just yesterday. Guessing it's OK to link my May review of Stitches here?

Shellie - Layers of Thought said...

John's review of Britten and Brulightly has just been posted - he loved it!

Aarti said...

I don't see a May linky, so I'll just add mine here.