It’s snowing here on the blog. Grab your books, audios, blanket and hot cocoa because it’s time to begin the HoHoHo Readathon!
From now through November 30th, I invite you to enjoy as many holiday & winter books or listens you can. Along the way, take part in the challenges, meet new friends and have fun!
It’s not too late to join..
The event runs from Friday, November 18th through Wednesday, November 30th.
During this event, you can read and listen to books that are holiday or winter themed (setting) and take part in fun events!
If you haven’t done so please link up to join. ONLY participants can take part in the fun challenges and prizes. You can join HERE.
- Use #HoHoHoRAT2022 when posting to social media so other participants and hosts can spot your updates, comments, et.c
- Please follow our lovely Elves and Host
- Any Holiday or Winter Setting/themed book from any genre, including horror. You can listen to audiobooks or read physical books, ebooks, graphic novels. No length requirements. Re-reads are permitted.
I am delighted to introduce you to our Elven hosts!! They have prepared fun challenges for you to take part in. Each will offer you the chance to win some goodies!
- Angela with “Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon Holiday Bingo Mini-Challenge“
- Maureen with “Christmassy Wordsearch“
- Ruth with “Ruth’s Holiday Puzzles”
- Marie with “Santa’s Scavenger Hunt“
- Kimberly “Twelve Day of Bookstagram“
12 Days of Bookstagram Challenge. Use the prompts and post daily for a chance to win a $15.00 Amazon gift card or audiobook! (International winners can choose a book from the Book Depository) Be sure to use hashtag #HoHoHoRAT2022 and tag me @kimbacaffeinate. I will select one random winner using the hashtag and random.org.
Holiday goodies abound, and the more you take part, the greater your chances of winning the readathon participant prize. One person will win a book of their choice up to $15 US dollars from Amazon, Audible (any title) or Book Depository.a Rafflecopter giveaway
My Reading/Listening List
I’ll update my results here.
- Ballgowns & Butterflies by Kelley Armstrong
- Ghosts & Garlands by Kelley Armstrong
- A Very Merry Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams
- The Disappearing Beaune by J. Lawrence Matthews
- The Christmas Spirit by Debbie Macomber
- A Wish For Winter by Viola Shipman
- Home Sweet Christmas by Susan Mallery
- The Choice by Nora Roberts
- How the Grump Saved Christmas by Claire Kingsley
- A Total Witch Show by Dakota Cassidy
- Making Merry by Kerrigan Byrne
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The second book for the HoHoHo.
Two books are read and reviewed. So far. I can´t do the Instagram challenge this year, so only a link to my review. Happy reading and thank you for hosting!
Yay, glad you’ve got two down. Did you try the other challenges? Find them in the sidebar under events.
I am glad too smile* I do the audio challenge, too. Thank you for asking. It was fun to read some Christmas novels. Guess, without the HoHoHo I wouldn´t have read them. Too many other things in mind *sigh*
Lover of Romance
YAY!! So happy that you are doing this this year. I love how you do it every year. Its a great way to get prepared for the Holidays!
Thanks. Hoping you’ll join in the fun one year. 😉
i won’t be participating, but I can’t wait to see your posts on insta!
Maureen @ Maureen's Books
I’m so excited it’s HoHoHo RAT time again. Let’s have some fun 😀
Me too. I have some splendid books & audios to keep me busy!
Yay! I’m so glad its RAT time. I’ve been stocking up my holiday and winter books just for these next two weeks. Can’t wait to do the elf games and challenges, too. Thanks for hosting Kimberly.
Oooh, I read A Very Merry Bromance and I’ve got A Wish for Winter, too.
As to random acts of kindness, today was trash pick up day and there is a high wind. Some of my neighbors are at work and their empty trash barrels were blowing about so I stopped on my walk to get three cans out of the street and up sheltered by their homes and another house, I cleaned up garbage from their yard, the walk, and street where one of their bags had come open.
That was nice of you, Sophia. Yeah, I have been looking forward to diving into these books.