01 January 2013

What's in a Name 6: Gateway to Challenge Links

This post is your gateway to the sixth annual What's in a Name reading challenge. Click on the links to find more information, to see what everyone is reading, to add your own reviews, and to track your progress.

Remember, it's never too late to join and you do not need to have a blog or to write reviews to participate. The idea is to have fun.

Follow the links for the category post.

The sign-up post, including rules and information.
Links for Up or Down
Links for In the Kitchen
Links for Party or Celebration
Links for Fire
Links for Emotion
Links for Lost or Found
Links for wrap-up post or to leave a comment that you've finished


Howard Sherman 1/1/13, 9:35 AM  

This What's in a Name challenge sounds like quite an adventure. I'll try and catch up.

grammajudyb 1/1/13, 9:38 AM  

I'm so excited.It's finally 2013 and I can begin!

Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) 1/1/13, 6:57 PM  

I'm ready! This is my favorite challenge. Last year I read enough books that the titles just fell into place for the categories. So it was a no stress challenge.

Gigi Ann 1/2/13, 9:47 AM  

I am ready with my book choices. Thanks for hosting this fun challenge.

Ann Holt 1/4/13, 5:39 PM  

I'm selected my possible choices for this challenge too. Sounds like fun!

Anonymous,  3/4/13, 2:06 PM  

First post written and posted. Currently reading my next book for the challenge and having lots of fun.

Rachelle21 7/26/13, 12:52 PM  

I have one book to read to complete this challenge.

Rachelle21 8/1/13, 9:11 PM  

Finished the last book for the challenge and wrote blog posts.

Anonymous,  9/30/13, 11:11 PM  

Hip hip hurray! I'm done this popsicle stand! Here is my content. :)
Carolyn in central Canada.

(1) “Copper Sunrise” Bryan Buchan, 1972
(2) “Greenapple Street Blues” Ted Staunton, 1987
(3) “Dancing Feathers” Christel Kleitsch, 1985
(4) “Blue Fire” Phyllis A. Whitney, 1961
(5) “Uncertain Voyage” Dorothy Gilman, 1967
(6)“The Foundling Fox” Irina Korschunow, 1982

Unknown 12/27/13, 9:46 AM  

This sixth annual What's in a Name reading challenge is very like huracine! Thank you a lot for this magnificent book and your efforts.Kevin Right

Sharon 12/29/13, 11:32 AM  

I finished this challenge and once again enjoyed it. Thanks for sponsoring it! My books were:
1. Two Graves - Preston & Child
2. Last Man Standing - Lee Child
3. Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card
4. White Fire - Preston & Child
5. The House That I Loved - Tatania de Rosnay
6. Abduction - Robin Cook

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