Blogmas Day 2: Christmas Readathon

FontCandy (31)If you’ve been around my blog for a while, you know that I am an addict when it comes to challenges and readathons. Over the past month or so, I have found a community of friends and bloggers who have taken me in, and within this group are the hosts for this event. To check out the original Christmas Readathon Challenges page, check out Amy’s blog here! There is also a link to join up if you’re interested.

And now for the break down:

FontCandy (32)1) Read a book you can make a Christmas related word out of the title and/or authors name. You can choose one out of these 5 words to make: Christmas, Reindeer, Mistletoe, Bells, Jingle. 
A Christmas Carol
2) Read a book with a number between 1 to 12 in its title (e.g. Ready Player One)
My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories
3) Read a book you have been putting off to read for the entire year
Six of Crows
4) Read a book you got within the first 3 months of the year that is unread
TBA ….
5) Read an angel book
The Stupidest Angel
6) Read an extravagant/sparkly/beautiful/decorative book that is unread
TBA ….
7) Read a book set in winter
TBA ….
8) Read a book with a white or light blue cover
Mr. Dickens and His Carol
9) Read a book with snow on the cover
TBA ….
10) Read a book that has been on your TBR since last year
TBA ….
11) Read a book you have bought as a gift for a friend
TBA ….
12) Read a book with ‘Frost’, ‘Snow’, ‘Ice’, or ‘Light’ in the title
The Light Between Worlds

Are you doing any challenges or readathons this month? Looking forward to any bookish events? Let me know!


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