Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge 2014

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Reading Challenge 2014

This year I have decided to read 3 mysteries related to Christmas, so I might as well join the fun of this challenge, and go for the Mistletoe level:  read 2-4 books

I plan to read in December:

  1. Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, by Agatha Christie
  2. The Sittaford Mystery, by Agatha Christie
  3. Silent Night, by Mary Higgins Clark

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3 thoughts on “Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge 2014

  1. Hi Emma….

    I tried to enter this….but evidently I have to have a blog to do it. I’d love to take part in some of these fun challenges, but I get so confused about how to go about it. In the meantime, I’ve posted a challenge for myself consisting of : Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, by Agatha Christie (thanks to you) and one of my all time favorite Christmas books —- A Child’s Christmas in Wales, by Dylan Thomas.

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    • Trisha, as you can see, I’m not the one hosting. I double checked, she do0es not specify book blog. in the url, you could put your goodreads url.
      then when you read the book, paste the url of your Goodreads review. you know how to fin the direct url to your Goodreads review, right? open the goodreads book you have reviewed. just after the official presentation of the book, you see your review. at the end of your review, click on the words ‘see review’, it will open in another page/tab, copy that url.
      Did you see the French Bingo Challenge I will be hosting in 2015 (https://wordsandpeace.com/2014/12/01/french-bingo-2015-reading-challenge/)? I did specify that people could post their Goodreads review, precisely thinking of you and others who don’t have a book blog. you can skype me at emmacazabonne if you want to talk about this or other things, I should be able to find a spot between my classes

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