01 January 2013

What's in a Name 6: Party / Celebration

Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with a party or celebration in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

If Mr. Linky ever disappears, just leave a comment or come back and link up later. Or email me (see contact icons in the sidebar) and I'll add your link when Mr. Linky is fixed.


Linda Maendel 1/17/13, 11:55 AM  

I just posted my 'Celebration' link - The Reunion, by Dan Walsh.

Scayley 2/4/13, 3:59 AM  

I have chosen A Feast for Crows by George R R Martin for this category

Paula 3/20/13, 11:52 PM  

Three categories finished!

cmriedel 6/1/13, 8:56 PM  

Hello! This is Carolyn from 'RIEDEL Fascination'. I'm pleased to be with y'all and only have #1 and 4 to go. I'll get to them after the all year Canadian challenge ends July 1 (Canada Day of course). www.CMRiedel.WordPress.com

wordsandpeace.com 8/17/13, 1:08 PM  

hmm, getting stuck on this one, I don't see anything in my tbr that works, none of those already posted here attracts me. any idea?

Level 1 Homemaker 9/7/13, 10:36 AM  

I read The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party by Alexander McCall Smith; I recommend it to anyone needing a celebratory title. :) This series can be picked up pretty much in any order, especially if you read a synopsis of the first book (The Number One Ladies Detective Agency).

Tina 9/25/13, 2:37 PM  

Just added my Feast for Crows link. Only 4 more in this challenge, thanks for hosting!

Susan 10/27/13, 12:58 AM  

Can't seem to post my title & link. Have tried several times, refreshed many more. Here's the info:
Avid Series Reader (After the Armistice Ball)

Marj 10/27/13, 9:34 PM  

Just posted my review of "Murder of a Wedding Belle" by Denise Swanson. It's one of the Scumble River series of mysteries. This completes my challenge!

Captain Nick Sparrow 11/13/13, 12:00 AM  

Some of these titles sound too good to resist. Off to check out some reviews...

Katy McCoy 11/23/13, 8:32 PM  

I read a Victory Dance Murder by M. T. Jefferson. 3/5 It had good details about the WWII era. The mystery was pretty good. The writing is a little stilted.

hannah 12/8/13, 9:22 PM  

Totally forgot to do this! Last book. "Happy Birthday to Me" by Brian Rowe.

Beth 12/31/13, 9:05 PM  

The Wake of the Lorelei Lee
The Con Job

(That's Con as in ComicBook/SF conventions, not Leverage con, although it's that too)

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