Friday, 4 January 2019

What's In A Name challenge complete


I only did two challenges last year and one of them has now been completed - the What's In A Name 2018 challenge which was hosted by The Worm Hole.


I read all six books required and these are they:


The word ‘the’ used twice. THE Lost Book of THE Grail by Charlie Lovett

A fruit or vegetable. The OLIVE Tree by Carol Drinkwater

A shape. The Cheltenham SQUARE Murder by John Bude

A Title that begins with Z (can be after ‘The’ or ‘A’) The Z Murders by J. Jefferson Farjeon.

A nationality. A SWISS Vendetta by Tracee de Hahn

A season. Absent in the SPRING by Mary Westmacott

This was a really fun challenge and many thanks to The Worm Hole for hosting.

~~~oOo~~~

2 comments:

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

I failed miserably at the 2018 challenge and really should never have signed up for it in the first place. Having only now just caught up with your excellent book choices, I have ear-maked the last four for my own TBR list - only adding 'Absent In The Spring' for its intriguing premise.

Thanks for sharing and Good Luck with the 2019 challenge :)

Yvonne xx

Cath said...

Yvonne, I've tried this challenge quite often over the years and never finished it until last year, so don't feel bad. The last four books were all excellent, especially The Z Murders.

Thank you! Have a good week.