Etta

~ 20 Books for Christmas Reading Challenge Wrap-Up ~

This challenge was created by Jo at Tea & Cake for the Soul. In this challenge, you can choose 20, or 15, or 10 books that you’d like to read (and hopefully review). They do not have to be Christmas-themed. It’s up to you whether you review as you go along, or do one long round-up post at the end or even halfway through. 


PROGRESS – 20 out of 20 (100%)

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Although this Challenge runs until the end of December, I do not believe I will be able to fit any additional holidays reads in before the end of the year. Therefore, I am marking this challenge as complete and a success! As my reading has slower down greatly towards the end of the year, I completed most of these novels via audiobook which I listened to while I was working.

I discovered this challenge at the end of November and posted my goal on the 25th. At this point, I had already completed four of the twenty novels (Duke Actually, Fool Me Twice at Christmas, A Christmas Caroline, and Eight Perfect Hours). As some of the novels were either on hold at the library or I just could not get them on time otherwise, about half of my original list was switched out.

Now that I am aware of the existence of this challenge, I think those ten novels will be added to next year’s list in case I do not get to them before the end of 2022. Since the challenge runs from October to December, I look forward to adding more holiday reads for the challenge as they are a fun and cozy was to get into the winter/Christmas spirit!

Happy Reading Everyone!

3 thoughts on “~ 20 Books for Christmas Reading Challenge Wrap-Up ~

  1. Great job Etta. I also chose all Christmas or Holiday books and have read most of the books you chose. I am finishing my last one right now. Congratulations.

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  2. Well done. Thanks for joining in. I also have a list for next year’s challenge. There are so many Christmas books that appeal.

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