September 22, 2018

12 Books of Christmas 2018 Challenge List

I don't know what happened to Novella November but that meme helped get me into the Christmas spirit très beaucoup. I want to keep it a tradition on the blog so when I came upon a midnight dreary an opportunity for another reading challenge I took it and Voila!
Je Suis Prèt 

It is in this post I announce the 12 Books of Christmas Challenge. I know it's early but it'll be fun and don't shoot the messenger but take the time to gather up the materials you need and schedule your post in advance to join for the fun festivity starting on November 22-December 24 2018. It's totally up to you of course.

Don't throw your pumpkin spice latte for loot, instead look ahead. 

The basic idea is to try and read and review twelve holiday-themed books between Thanksgiving and Christmas, which gives you just over a month to get it done. 

There are achievement levels so you can complete this:

Elf Status 1-4 books,
Reindeer status 5-8 books,
Mrs. Claus Status 9-11 books,
Santa Status 10-12 books!

This girl is going full-on Santa Status!

Allow me to link to the Offical Rules and Sign Up Page 


  1. White Night (A Novella) by Arabella Abbing 
  2. Mistletoe and Mischief: A Collection of Magic 
  3. Santa's Secret (Christmas Wishes book1 ) by Serenity Woods 
  4. Bad Boys for Hire by Rachelle Ayala 
  5. Christmas at the Castle by Melissa McClone 
  6. Silver Bells by CJ Hunt 
  7. Santa Baby, I want a Bad Boy for Christmas by Justine Elvira 
  8. The Christmas Tree Guy by Railyn Stone 
  9. Twas the Knight Before Christmas by M.Clarke 
  10. Love, Christmas Holiday Stories 
  11. Christmas in the City II 
  12. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Marie Landry 
  13. North Pole High: A rebel without a clause 
  14. Dec the Holls by Jasinda Wilder 
  15. Winter Angel by Mia Hoddell: Romance YA Novella
  16. A Kiss for Christmas by C.C. Wood
  17. Last Christmas by Talli Roland


  1. Yay! So happy to have you joining in the challenge. And I hope you find the time to read and enjoy M. Clarke's Twas the Knight Before Christmas. That's one I really enjoyed when I read it. - Katie

    1. I assure you I have all these on my kindle and I will try to read them all. I know that will mean a reading marathon. Yay!


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