Thursday, November 7, 2013

Ho-Ho-Ho Read-a-thon November 7th - 11th





I enjoy participating in Read-a-thons, and this one is "Holiday" themed!  =)

The Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Read-a-thon is being hosted by
and Jennifer @ Bawdy Book Blog


My goal is to finish the following books  ( or read as much as I can )!

White Christmas in Dry Creek by Janet Tronstad

The Christmas Town by Elyse Douglas

The Christmas Quilt by Vannetta  Chapman




 







10 comments:

  1. Those look good, Melissa! Enjoy the challenge!

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  2. this is the first Read-A-Thon I have seen. That's pretty cool. If I wasn't so backed up with reviews I would join you. And it just so happens that NONE of my review requests are Christmas books!

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    1. Wanda, I like joining Read-A-Thons..it really inspires me to read more! =)

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  3. Melissa these all look so good. I love holiday themed books regardless of the genre. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on them.

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    1. Thanks for hosting this Read-a-thon Kim!
      Im having lots of fun!

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  4. Great choices Melissa! I can't wait to see what you think of the Janet Tronstad book! I've talked to her on Goodreads a few times and she's super nice, I've been meaning to give her a try but I just haven't gotten around to it yet. Thanks for stopping by my Goal post for the read-a-thon!
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

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  5. I'm picturing you snuggled under a throw next to a roaring fire loving a good book. Don't break my delusions if that's not true, lol!! Have fun!

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  6. I have a Kindle so I read whenever I can, especially while waiting...

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  7. Yay for Christmas reads! I hope to slow down enough this season to do some holiday themed reading.

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