Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge JANUARY Review Link Up

Posted January 1, 2012 by Melissa in 2012 Witches and Witchcraft Reading Challenge | 18 Comments

Thanks to everyone who’s joined in on the fun and signed up for the 2012 Witches and Witchcraft Reading Challenge!!! And if you haven’t signed up yet—What are you waiting for???  Go to the sign up post here!  The sign up post has all the details about the challenge as well as some great reading suggestions!

This is the official post where we can share info about what we’ve been reading for JANUARY.  Please link up your reviews, leave any additional comments below, and we can visit each other’s posts and see what great Witchy books are out there!!!  Remember…you can link to a blog post or to a Goodreads/Amazon/Librarything/BN/Smashwords review etc.

(And remember…every review that you link up counts as an entry for the prize at the end of the year!)


Link Up Your JANUARY Witchy Reviews Here! Where it asks for Your Name: Please list Title, Author, & Your name (& Blog)

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18 responses to “Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge JANUARY Review Link Up

  1. Hi, I’m waiting for my book to arrive at the library. I hope it arrives soon ; )

    Happy New Year !!! Peace, love, health and happiness for 2012 !!!!

  2. @ Moncha – Hope it gets there soon!!

    @ Toni – I’m going to read The Witches of East End (The Beauchamp Family, #1)– Melissa de la Cruz or Second Hand Spirits (A Witchcraft Mystery, #1)- Juliet Blackwell first…haven’t decided which!!!

  3. I read It Takes A Witch by Heather Blake first. An absolute terrific book, so I’m very glad I did! I even gave it 5 stars, which I rarely do. I followed it up with Tanya Huff’s The Wild Ways & enjoyed it a lot.

  4. I just read and reviewed A Modern Witch by Debora Geary. What fun! I am so glad I joined this challenge. I am not sure how to put in the title of the book in the list. Hints would be greatly appreciated.

  5. Rea

    My first read of the year was one for this challenge, woo!

    I’ve got the second book in Cate Tiernan’s Immortal Beloved trilogy in the post right now. Can’t wait until it gets here! More witchy goodness!

  6. Thanks for hosting this one. Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble was my first witchy read. Unfortunately I can’t find a physical copy of the second book in the series so I’m skipping right to the third.

  7. Just finished book 2! I have been having a slightly bad January when it comes to being caught up on reading…I’ll have to get on it and read more witchy things!

  8. Hi Melissa. A question: I have just read the glass series by Maria Maria V. Snyder and I am in doubt whether they count as witchy book. They are all magicians not witches??


  9. I have recently joined your merry group of book readers. I love challenges as you not only motivates you to read more but you meet others that love that same genre. That is hard for me to find others ‘my age’ that like this stuff. 😀 so thanks Melissa

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