Welcome everyone to German Literature Month 2014.
If we can go by the many intro posts that I’ve seen, it should be a fantastic month.
I have already started and read three books which I hope to review shortly.
I’m not as disciplined as Lizzy whose plans you can see on her blog, I will read as I please the whole month, focussing mostly on newer publications.
Unfortunately I will not be able to visit and publish a lot during the first ten days, but as soon as things have quieted down on my side, I’ll make the rounds.
A tiny piece of hostess admin before the fun begins in earnest. The German Literature Month blog is once more up and running and all participants with blogs (30+ – how terrific is that!) have been added to the blogroll. If you’re joining in, and don’t see your name up in lights, so to speak, please leave a comment below and you will be added.
There are also prizes to be won by participating. Whoever tallies the most pick and mix points will win a copy of both Berlin Tales and Vienna Tales, kindly donated by Oxford University Press. Lizzy and I will choose our favourite post and the writer will win 2 titles by Alina Bronsky, The Hottest Dishes of The Tartar Cuisine and Call Me Superhero, kindly donated by Europa Editions. For your reviews to be in the running for these prizes, please link them into the Mr Linky on the German Literature Month blog.
All that remains is for Lizzy and I to wish you a very enjoyable November. 🙂