Saturday, 1 August 2015

ACRC Carnival 2015 #8 August

Yes! The Agatha Christie Reading Challenge Blog Carnival continues in 2015!

Welcome to the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge monthly Blog Carnival for August 2015.

At the beginning of each month a new post will be created like this one with a Mr Linky attached. Participants in the blog carnival for the month will write their posts and then come here and add information about their post to Mr Linky.

Links that are not directly relevant to the purpose of the blog carnival will be deleted. All links MUST relate to Agatha Christie or her works.

The suggested format for the link could be something like this:
Review: SPARKLING CYANIDE -Kerrie (or MiP) and then the URL where the post can be found.
    Do visit the participating blogs and leave comments if you have read the books. Spread the word too about the existence of this blog and the monthly opportunity it offers to showcase reviews about Agatha Christie books. 
You can now join the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge too, so just click on the link and sign up.

At the end of the month I will add a summary of the contributions.

Thanks for participating.


2 comments:

Newsie Q said...

I just joined and I'm supposed to leave a comment after linking, so here's my comment! I didn't know where to comment, or if commenting anywhere was o.k., so I'm just randomly guessing. I hope I'm doing right? Also, thank you for commenting on my blog! I honestly didn't know what the challenge was so I kind of had to guess and assume it was reading all the books in a year. So, that was what I was trying to accomplish. Could you explain it more indepth by emailing me at blogemail000@gmail.com or commenting on theagathachristiechallenge.blogspot.com again on the "The Challenge" page? it would be really helpful! thank you!

Kerrie said...

NewsieQ, you can join the Challenge and read about the nature of the challenge here.
Basically the challenge is to read the novels of Agatha Christie at your own pace, either in order of publication, or as they come to hand.