Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Read-A-Thon!!

I am so excited about participating in the Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Read-A-Thon again this year as I enjoy reading holiday themed books!! The Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Read-A-Thon runs from November 6th through 11th, 2014 and is hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer & The Book Shelfery!! 

In case you're interested in participating in the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon (and I seriously hope you are!!), please read the following blurb about it from the hosts' blogs:
So break out the cocoa, the coffee, and cookies! Grab those holiday theme books and bring your holiday spirit. Prepare to enter challenges, win prizes, meet new friends and Twitter chat with us. You can join for a day or sit by the fire and hang out every day. The more you participate the more entries you will earn for the Participant Giveaway.
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.
Click on one of the above links to read the official rules for the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon!! I hope you decide to participate!

My holiday themed reading goals are all eBooks this season and are as follows:

1. The Christmas Lamp by Lori Copeland
2. Home For Christmas by Patricia Kay
3. Christmas Diamond by Hallee Bridgeman
4. Sara In Montana by Morris Fenris
5. The Christmas Catch by Ginny Baird
6. Big Girls Do It On Christmas by Jasinda Wilder
7. The Night Collection: Silent Night & All Through The Night by Carol Higgins Clark

Most of these holiday reads are pretty short ones, so I am hoping to finish one of them per day.

Until my next post, happy reading!!


  1. Oh you have chosen some great holiday themed books! We are going to have fun :)

    1. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a post!! I am really excited about participating in the Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Read-A-Thon!

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    1. Thank you!! Four reads completed for this read-a-thon so far and three more to go!! Novellas are a great way to spend time reading.I hope your're having fun reading holiday themed reads. :-)

  3. You are a reading machine! I'll be lucky to complete my second book before the night is out LOL.

    1. Yes, I've been a reading machine since the start of this read-a-thon... I've amazed even myself!! One of my selections was a short story and the rest have been novellas, which has made completing the reads much easier... I still have 25% of my last book to read yet before all is said and done.... I'm hoping to finish it off before midnight comes along... We'll see what happens. Off to cook and enjoy dinner and spend time with my hubby. Afterward, I'm hoping to finish reading my last novella before I get too tired!!!