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2010 Debut Authors Reading Challenge

I'm taking part in the 2010 Debut Authors Reading Challenge =] I'm just going to aim for 15 books, but that may go up when I start to get near the end of the challenge...

The Story Siren is hosting this challenge, and all you have to do is read some books by debut authors from 2010 =] For more information and to sign up, you can click here.

My reading list:
The Iron King - Julie Kagawa (finished: 23/05/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
Bleeding Violet - Dia Reeves (finished: 01/07/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
Paranormalcy - Kiersten White (finished: 31/12/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
The Body Finder - Kimberly Derting
Shade - Jeri Smith-Ready
The Dark Divine - Bree Despain (finished: 14/07/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
Numbers - Rachel Ward
Hex Hall - Rachel Hawkins (finished: 13/11/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
Claire de Lune - Christine Johnson (finished: 23/08/2010) (REVIEW HERE)
The Line - Teri Hall
Before I Fall - Lauren Oliver
Brightly Woven - Alexandra Bracken
Other - Karen Kincy
Whisper - Phoebe Kitanidis
The Phrophecy of Days - Christy Raedeke
Shadow Hills - Anastasia Hopcus
The Secret Year - Jennifer Hubbard
Sea - Heidi R. King
13 To Life - Shannon Delaney


More will probably be added. Or maybe not... =] And, I will pick and choose, and not read them in that order.

Good luck to all who enter! (And yes, I know that it's already half way through the year...) =]

*UPDATE: I think I failed... I'm not going to be able to read all those books by the end if the year (a month and half) and I have other books that I want to read. So, consider this me giving up on this challenge. Shame. Never mind, I've now made my list of books for the 2011 Debut Author Challenge, which I'll hopefully do a lot better! =]

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