Letter

Find a Letter, Any Letter

Select any letter (from the alphabet) in your first name or blog name.

Find the letter anywhere in the title of the book.

For example, my first name (Isabel) has the letter “S” in it. The book that I chose to read for this category is Persian Letters. This title has two Ss in the title.

Indicate which letter you chose in the comment section and post the link to your review of the book, not to the first page of your blog.

If you don’t have a blog, please write a short review in the comment section.

34 Responses

  1. Sample comment from your host.

    I selected the Letter “S”. I found two of them in the following novel: Persian Letters by Montesquieu

  2. I chose the letter “L”. I will read “The Lovely Bones: A Novel” by Alice Sebold. Looking forward to it although it is a bit dark, so I’ve heard.

  3. I was going through Project Gutenberg trying to find books for some of the other challenges, and I came upon a book entitled Judy. I forgot who is the author. I am going to make this book my letter book.

  4. Mine is Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, because of the “A” in it.

  5. [...] I finished the second book for my 9 in 09 challenge. I read Red Dragon by Thomas Harris for the random letter [...]

  6. My letter was “R” and I read Red Dragon by Thomas Harris. Review here http://wildwoodflwr.wordpress.com/2009/01/22/red-dragon/

  7. I picked the letter E and read ‘The Sugar Queen’ – Sarah Addison Allen. It was a lot of fun. I posted a short review at my ning blog (not my regular book space) http://boutiqueflair.ning.com/profiles/blogs/the-sugar-queen-sarah-addison as part of my weekly romance spot.

  8. I picked the letter “J”, which begins both my name and John’s.

    Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (Diana Gabaldon)

  9. My letter is A from Amanda (since it’s repeated thrice) and I chose Shadows on the Grass by Isak Dinesen. My review is here: http://5-squared.blogspot.com/2009/02/shadows-on-grass-by-isak-dinesen.html

  10. I selected the letter “r” which is in my first and last name, I read the book: Vampyres of Hollywood

    http://notenoughbooks.blogspot.com/2009/02/vampyres-of-hollywood-by-adrienne.html

  11. I chose K for of course – Kristi-

    Kiss by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy

  12. I chose the letter “e” because it’s in Tea. The book I chose is “The Princess Diaries #1 in the series.

  13. Tea, Do you have a blog? I wish to read your comments. I saw the movie and loved it.

  14. Yes, I do have a blog, or I’m trying to write a blog. I’m not very good at blogging. I haven’t wrote about “The Princess Diaries” yet. I haven’t finished the book. I don’t want to see the movie yet. I like to read the book first.

    ilovelovebooks.blogspot.com (living life and loving books)

    Will you let me know if you can see my blog? I’m not sure anything is done correctly? I just want to know if people can see it. Who knows??? Thanks.

  15. I would love to change my “letter” book from “The Princess Diaries” to “The Forest Lover” by Susan Vreeland. Is this alright?

  16. I chose the letter “D”. The book I read is The Sheep Dog by Tim Longton. My review is here:

    http://dogeardiary.blogspot.com/2009/03/sheep-dog.html

  17. I selected the letter “O” from my first name (Joana) and there were three in the title of the book I read: The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn.

  18. Tea, no problem in chaning your mind.

    I am so flexible, that I guess I can bend with the wind.

  19. Thank you Workingwords100. I have finished “The Forest Lover” by Susan Vreeland. So, I’m going to use the E. It’s one of the letters in my blog name “Tea.” Thanks again.

  20. I read Coraline and we match up for 5 letters: e, l, a, n, and i!

  21. For letter, I used (E). The book is “The Forest Lover” by Susan Vreeland. There is a review on my blog.

  22. Since “Edith” starts with the same letter as my first name, and “Wharton” ends with the last two letters of my last name, I thought Hermione Lee’s biography Edith Wharton would be a good choice for this category. I absolutely LOVED it. My review’s up over here.

  23. I choose the letter ‘S’ for this. My book is Something Wicked by Sherry Ashworth. There is the letter S in my name too.

  24. I chose to read Murder Fantastical as my letter selection, because my entire first name (M-A-U-R-E-A-N) can be spelled out from the title.

    A really fun read, too! I’m glad I took the opportunity to take it off the TBR shelf.

  25. For the first letter of my favorite vegetable, peas, I read Plain Truth: http://jacketsandcovers.wordpress.com/2009/02/03/plain-truth/

  26. R is for Ricochet for the R in the name of my blog.

  27. I selected “I” for my first name, Isabel.

    My book is Inverted World by Christopher Priest.

    Here’s my review:
    http://booksandotherstuff.blogspot.com/2009/05/i-treated-myself-to-new-book-which-i.html

  28. I chose Summer of the Monkeys by Wilson Rawls, since his initials are the reverse of mine. Here’s my review:

    http://sequesterednooks.wordpress.com/2008/12/19/9-for-09-challenge/

  29. I chose the letter “S” since it is the first letter in both my first and last name

  30. I chose ‘C’ for Cafeshree, and read Clay’s Way by Blair Mastbaum.

    http://cafeshree.wordpress.com/2009/08/15/clays-way-blair-mastbaum/

  31. I selected E from my first name and the book was Kim Harrison’s Dead Witch Walking. I can see why this urban fantasy series has so many fans.

    http://mervih.wordpress.com/2009/03/18/kim-harrison-dead-witch-walking/

  32. I used the letter “L” from Lynne and read THE SUNDAY LIST OF DREAMS. Here’s the link:
    http://lynneslittlecorner.blogspot.com/2009/09/sunday-list-of-dreams.html

  33. I chose “S” and read Salem Falls by Jodi Picoult. Here’s my review:

    http://wellmanneredfrivolity.blogspot.com/2009/10/salem-falls-book-review.html

  34. My letter was “P,” and I picked Postcards from the Edge by Carrie Fisher. Here’s my review:

    http://eveningreader.wordpress.com/2009/11/13/readers-journal-postcards-from-the-edge/

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