Monday, January 5, 2015

Challenge Link-Up Post: Classic by a Woman


Please link your reviews for your Classic by a Woman here.  This is only for the Classic by a Woman category.  If you do not have a blog, or somewhere public on the internet where you post book reviews, please write your mini-review/thoughts in the comments section. If you like, you can include the name of your blog and/or the title of the book in your link, like this: "Karen K. @ Books and Chocolate (Their Eyes Were Watching God)."  



12 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, my link went to the wrong post. Can it be deleted? I'd like to correct it.

    Thanks,
    Melissa

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  2. Thank you kindly Karen! I was excited to find your blog a while back. I've been on a quest to read more classic literature. I am a homeschooling mom with an extensive home library, but sometimes it's hard to find time to read for myself.

    I'm also excited to announce, I just finished my first Willa Cather novel and my oh my, what a thrill!

    Thanks for hosting the link up!
    Melissa

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  3. Just added my first review. Thanks Karen!

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  4. Just entered my first book for the challenge - a collection of short stories by Danish author Karen Blixen who originally published under the male pseudonym Isak Dinesen. She wrote in English although her native language was Danish. The book would also qualify for Books in Translation, since my first language is German, but I'll leave that category for later. Hope you'll like my review!

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  5. I finished Middlemarch! I feel so accomplished. :) It took me several months, but I made it and it was worth it.

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  6. I just linked Sense and Sensibility but I forgot to add the title when I linked it! So sorry.

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  7. This is my final title! I'm done with the challenge!

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  8. Really enjoyed "The Age of Innocence"!

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  9. Just added my link to my review of East Lynne

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  10. Ooops! I didn't put my title in...Freckles by Gene Stratton-Porter

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