Reindeer Readathon TBR

This readathon takes place from December 1st through December 31st. It is hosted by Breakeven Books, who is on YouTube. I am on the Nutcracker team. Below will be the prompts with the book I plan on reading for the prompt.

Dasher: Finish a series or pick up a book that you started and put down. If neither of these are options, a short story/novella.

A Shiloh Christmas By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

This book will finish the series.

Dancer: A book with a cursive/flowy/elegant font on the cover

The Holiday Swap By: Maggie Knox

Prancer: A book with your favorite season on the cover or the book cover from your favorite season on it.

Mrs. Claus and the Halloween Homicide: A Mrs. Claus Mystery By: Liz Ireland

Vixen: A book you want to read but think it might be overhyped

Christmas Lights: An ebook

A Merry Little Meet Cute by: Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone.

I received this book as an e-arc so will be doing two prompts.

Comet: A book with an astronomical word in the title

Christmas Carols: An Audiobook

The Christmas Star By: Donna VanLiere

Cupid: A book with a favorite trope in it

Ex-Mas: A love/Hate story By: Kate Brian

Donner: A book that you want to read but are not a fan of the cover

American Christmas Stories (The Library of America Collection)

First Nonholiday book on my TBR.

Blitzen: use a random number generator to find a number between 0 and 9 and find a book that ends in that page number.

I generated the number 8. This was harder to find than I thought.

What moves the Dead By: T. Kingfisher (158 pages)

Rudolph: Start a new Series

Christmas Star: A book over 500 pages

The Rage of Dragons By: Evan Winter

Sleighing It: If you have completed all of your prompts and the Christmas Star, Christmas Lights and Christmas Carols bonus prompts, you can redo one prompt of your choice.

I will do another Prancer prompt if I finish all the other prompts.

The Christmas Train By: David Baldacci

Published by debbierpayne

Mother of six and Grandmother of 7. I enjoy reading, sewing, cooking, and crocheting. I am an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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