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12 Days of Reading Book Challenge

12 Days of Christmas Reading Challenge*Image created by Bre over at Paws and Paperbacks.

Happy Holidays, fellow bloggers! 

I’m excited to announce a read-a-thon I have been planning. The holidays are great because school and jobs generally settle down and we are able to read our little (or large) hearts out! In the cold, when there isn’t as much to do, the holidays are the perfect time to cozy up next to a fire and…read! This challenge is a perfect way to cherish this time of the year and participate in a read-a-thon for 12 days leading up to Christmas.

December 13th – December 24, 2019

The reader with the most points and the most pages read wins:




The 12 Days of Christmas Reading Challenge officially kicks off tomorrow! (December 13th) so grab your furry friends, grab your human friends, grab a pumpkin spice or hot chocolate, and grab your books!

“May the odds be ever in your favor.”


I created a FAQ page that explains the entire read-a-thon which you can find HERE.

The sign-up link has all the information for the prompts/challenges. You can earn points by completing your prompts and recording how many pages you read each day. There is no particular order to go in and you do not have to read one book a day. It can be as many or as little throughout the 12 days.

If you have any other questions, Bre will be following the hashtag #12DaysofReading very closely on Twitter. You can always e-mail us, too, if you’re not on Twitter (*cough* *cough* ME). We hope you’ll join us!

Is anyone else joining? If so, what are you reading?

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