The Amy Einhorn Books challenge was born on Twitter (where all evil occurs) and was inspired by (in no particular order) Swapna from S. Krishna’s Books, Trish from Hey Lady! Whatcha Reading?, Jenn from Jenn’s Bookshelves, Jen from Devourer of Books, Amy from My Friend Amy, Dawn from She Is Too Fond of Books, Nicole from Linus’s Blanket, and several other enthusiastic bloggers.
Currently, there are fifteen Amy Einhorn titles (covers shown in the fabulous button made by Jenn):
Published in 2009
- Bad Things Happen by Harry Dolan
- The Help by Kathryn Stockett
- I’m Sorry You Feel That Way: The Astonishing but True Story of a Daughter, Sister, Slut, Wife, Mother, and Friend to Man and Dog by Diana Joseph
- The Kingdom of Ohio by Matthew Flaming
- Life’s That Way: A Memoir by Jim Beaver
- The Marriage Bureau for Rich People by Farahad Zama
- Remedies by Kate Ledger
- Ten Degrees of Reckoning: The True Story of a Family’s Love and the Will to Survive by Hester Rumberg
Published in 2010
- The Book of Awesome: Snow Days, Bakery Air, Finding Money in Your Pocket, and Other Simple, Brilliant Things by Neil Pasricha
- The House of Tomorrow by Peter Bognanni
- The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott by Kelly O’Connor McNees
- My Wife’s Affair by Nancy Woodruff
- The Postmistress by Sarah Blake
- This Is Not The Story You Think It Is: A Season of Unlikely Happiness by Laura Munson
- Where’s My Wand?: One Boy’s Magical Triumph over Alienation and Shag Carpeting by Eric Poole
- Sign up via Mr. Linky here. You do not need to have a blog to join. If you don’t have a blog, use the URL to this post in the URL box.
- Read through the Amy Einhorn Books imprint in any order you’d like.
- Read the books in any medium (print, eBook, audio).
- Pages for linking your reviews will be found via the AE Challenge tab under my banner photo. There are two pages, one for 2009 books and one for 2010 books. Be sure to link up your reviews of the books you’ve already read.
- The Twitter hashtag is #amyeinhorn.
- There are no time limits.
- EDIT: There is no need to publish a sign-up post, but I hope you mention the challenge when you read an AE book or perhaps in a Sunday Salon post.
I have read The Help and The Postmistress and both have been fabulous!