Genre Post Linkups

Link up your New England fiction, nonfiction, poetry/drama, children’s, speculative fiction/mystery, and readalong/free choice posts here! Click here for the state linkup.

To qualify, books must be read between January 1 and December 31, 2016, and must be posted about publicly in some way (blog post, Goodreads, Amazon, etc.). A substantial part of the book must take place in at least one of the six New England states. In the case of poetry, the poet should be strongly associated with or draw inspiration from the region.

Posts that qualify for multiple categories should only be linked in one.

Fiction

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Nonfiction

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Poetry/Drama

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Children’s and YA

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Speculative Fiction/Mystery

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Readalong/Free Choice

24 responses to “Genre Post Linkups

  1. The Munich Girl I’ve put in the Free Choice category as it’s a sort of mash-up of romance, historical fiction and mystery — hope that’s the right place for it! Night Birds on Nantucket naturally goes in Children and YA while The Storied Life of A J Fikry fits the Fiction slot so well it’s almost metafictional! That’s Massachusetts and New Hampshire covered; only four more states to go!

    • Sure, free choice would work for The Munich Girl. However, for the purpose of the challenge I’m saying posts should only be linked in one category – so you should choose either New Hampshire or Free Choice for that one, and either Mass. or Children’s for Nightbirds. You can let me know what you prefer and I can fix them!

  2. Oh I see, I misunderstood, duh! OK, I’ll go with ‘The Munich Girl’ for NH, ‘The Storied Life’ for Mass. and ‘Night Birds’ with Children’s and YA. Hope that works out!

    • Sorry, I know it’s confusing because obviously each book can count for at least two categories…I think I’ve got yours straight now.

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