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Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon November 12th through November 17th!














.So thanks to Megan's recent post @ Reading Away the Days I was inspired to sign up for the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon this year! The challenge is hosted by the lovely ladies Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer and Jennifer @ The Book Shelfery. If you'd like to participate you can sign up here.

About the challenge courtesy of Jennifer @ The Book Shelfery:

We love holiday themed reads from the covers to the warm & fuzzy tales on the inside. For this read-a-thon you must read holiday themed or winter setting reads. For bloggers, we have spoken to most of the main publishing houses and for ARCS of holiday books released in Sept/Oct, they are fine with you posting a review in November and December since that is when folks look to buy them. Below are the rules. Read them, grab the button and link up. For our non-blogger friends you can join too. Just link your Goodreads, Tumblr or Facebook account. Looking forward to spending time with you.

Well I'm off to find me some wintery books! If you have any suggestions please leave them in the comments below. ( Don't forget, I LOVE HAPPY ENDINGS!!)
 :)


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  1. Yay so glad you signed up. Am now following your blog :) I saw you are reading Illumine, I am so excited to read it come release date.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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    1. Thanks for following Megan! So far Illuminae is so good, I'm sure you will enjoy it!

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