I miss my regular bloghopping as every time I get the chance, I discover new books, new bloggers and new challenges too! Thanks so much to Noriko, Mischenko and Carla for helping me find Tea & Cake for the Soul‘s Christmas Reading Challenge! Here’s what it’s all about…
HOW TO JOIN IN WITH THE CHRISTMAS READING CHALLENGE
* Choose 20, or 15 or 10 books that you’d like to read.
* Take a photo or make a list of those books.
* If you’re a blogger, make a quick introductory post telling us what you are going to read.
* Of course, you can join in on social media instead.
* Comment below with a link to your post so we can all see what’ you’ve chosen, and link back to this post so I can see who else is joining in.
* Now, just enjoy reading.
* Tag me on Twitter @littlejojackson and I will retweet your introductory and round-up posts
* It’s up to you whether you review as you go along, or do one long round-up post at the end or halfway through. Don’t forget to leave reviews on Amazon, Good Reads and other online stores to show support for the authors.
Here’s my list of 15 books for the challenge:
- A Holiday by Gaslight by Mimi Matthews
- Grave Holiday by Lily Harper Hart
- Rewrite the Stars by Emma Heatherington
- Swamp Santa by Jana DeLeon
- The Frosty Taste of Scandal by CeeCee James
- The Last Homecoming by Dan Chabot
- Mistletoe Murder by Karen Mac Inerney
- It’s In His Christmas Wish by Shelly Alexander
- A Christmas Hamster by Stephanie Dagg
- One Week Til Christmas by Belinda Missen
- Merry Witchmas by Amanda M. Lee
- Free Spot
- Free Spot
- Murder She Encountered by Peg Cochrane
- Theatre Nights Are Murder by Libby Klein
I just love Christmas… and I love it even more in my reading. Last year, I saw several bloggers loving A Holiday by Gaslight and The Last Homecoming so I popped them on my TBR for this year. I can’t image my November and December without some sweet Christmas romance and Cozy Mystery reads. Those are exactly the types of books that make up my numbers 1 – 11 spots. Numbers 14 and 15 aren’t Christmas themed but they are books I plan to read for blog tours in December. There are so many sweet reads around this season that I left two blank spots for any stories that catch my eye while bloghopping.
Are you doing any Christmas reading challenges? Which ones? If not, there’s still time to join in on this one!