11/15/2012

Book Lovers Inc. Holiday Reading Challenge 2012

I think I'm doing it...  Yup.  Yeah, I'm doing it.

I've got 9, (possibly 11) "holiday" books waiting:

1225 Christmas Tree Lane - by Debbie MacComber - zomgPUPPIES!!!1  (probably no sex though...)

Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor - by Lisa Kleypas

A Wallflower Christmas - by Lisa Kleypas - Finally got a copy!

A Virgin River Christmas - by Robyn Carr - UPDATE: might switch this with another one

Bring Me Home for Christmas - by Robyn Carr - maybe not, since it's Book #16 in the Virgin River series - undecided...

The Inconvenient Duchess - by Christine Merrill - For Bebe's book club

Season for Surrender - by Theresa Romain - SBTB Sizzling Book Chat

Christmas Conspiracy - by Robin Perini

A Holiday to Remember - by Helen R. Myers

Holiday Sparks - by Shannon Stacey

Switched - by HelenKay Dimon
The BLI Holiday Reading Challenge

Challenge Rules:

1. The BLI Holiday Reading Challenge will start on November 14 and will end on December 31.

2. You can read as many holiday themed books for the challenge as you wish, pick your level:

Santa’s Helper: read 1-3 holiday themed books
Serial Mistletoe-er: read 4-6 holiday themed books
Candy Cane-aholic: read 7 or more holiday themed books

3. The books you read for this challenge must all be holiday related books. The holiday doesn’t matter, it can be Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc. and the story can have any connection to the holiday (for example set around Christmastime, or having Santa or an elf as a character, the cover being festive, featuring snowflakes, etc.).

4. The format, length or genre of the books do not matter, they can be ebooks, paperbacks, audiobooks, and short stories and novellas do count as well. It’s okay for the book to overlap with other challenges. The only thing is that they can’t be children’s books, but YA novels are good. Re-reads are also fine.

5. Start the challenge by signing up!

Should I read Christmas Male?  (See post below:  It got mixed reviews, but it's D.C. with the Capital Building on the cover - and it's Christmas-y.  And action/drama.  Make it twelve?  Twelve Days of Christmas?)



1 comment:

Stella Ex Libris said...

Hey Jena, I'm happy to see you join the fun! Good luck with the Challenge and enjoy your holiday reading, you have some great picks (I'd also like to read The Inconvenien Duchess)! :-)