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The challenge is not quite over! . . . see this post . . . I've got to put together a post about my A to Z experience. I also hope to add a list of quick links so you don't have to go through my archive (unless you want to).

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Challenge - What an Animal V

.... tapping my feet waiting for March 1!

What an Animal V
Mar 1, 2012- Feb 28, 2013
hosted by Yvonne at its own blog

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Check out the sign up page for complete information but the basics are:
Read six books that have an animal....on the cover, in the title, plays a major role, Main character is an animal or shifts.

Books read:
1. cover - Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas (butterfly)
2. title - A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing by Terry Spear (Navy SEAL wolf shifter)
3. major role cover - Liver Let Die by Liz Lipperman (duck)
4. is an animal/shifts - Squeak and a Roar by Joyee Flynn (mouse & lion shifters)
5. cover - Animal Attraction by Jill Shalvis (cat, parrot & dog)
6. cover - Animal Magnetism by Jill Shalvis (dog, goose, & pig)
7. cover - Welcome Home Cowboy by Eden Cole (horse)
8. shifts/cover/title - The Dragon & His Houseboy by Crymsyn Hart (dragon, phoenix)

9. major role - Hiss of Death by Rita Mae & Sneaky Pie (animals help protect main character)

um, I'm using Liver Let Die as major role because duck liver plays a HUGE role in the in, no Foie gras, no story! I do have a new Mrs. Murphy and two cats with major roles! ok, ok, Liver Let Die was stretching it!

~Challenge Complete~
April 12
10. cover - Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey (fire lizards)

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1 comment:

Yvonne said...

Welcome to the challenge! I hope you have fun with it!


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