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Thursday, November 6, 2014

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2014 Ho-ho-ho Readathon Challenge: Holiday Wish List

Happy Thursday, and welcome to the first day of the Ho-ho-ho Readathon hosted by Kimba from Caffeinated Book Reviewer and Jennifer from The Book Shelfery! Thank you to Kimba and Jennifer for bestowing me the honor of being a Christmas elf (and to yet shower all of you fabulous peeps with a prize)! ^_^

All you need to do is read holiday themed or winter setting books from November 6th through the 11th. Check out more rules and sign up at the linky over at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Here's the story: The evil side of me wanted to make all of you guys to make poetry. If it makes anyone feel better, it would have been fun to see haiku... book spine style. But I'm leaving that for another year. ;)
The relaxing side of me has so much schoolwork (Keep this in mind, Underclassmen: 8th grade will suck. 9th and 10th grade will likely not suck. 11th and 12th and anything after that will most likely suck.), I probably should have a) backed out, b) everyone gets a free entry! Except there's one requirement, or c) make the challenge easier.

Obviously I wouldn't choose a. I feel way to nice if I choose b, so I'm making this easy... all you need to do is two things:
  1. Participate in the Readathon. You can sign up HERE.
  2. Answer this question: What book - holiday themed or winter setting - is on your wish list?
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is enter the rafflecopter - winner gets the book they used as an answer to the question, so be sure you don't have a copy lurking around already (unless you want two)! ;)
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