HoHoHo, it’s NEARLY readathon time. So of course I had to drag out the ‘poem’ I wrote in its honour two years ago. Apologies in advance for my ridiculousness but it’s the season to be cheesy, right? 🙂 If you have no clue what HoHoHo RAT 2016 is, then click the picture below.
Twas the month before Christmas, and all through bloggy-land
Not a creature was stirring, just as hoped and planned.
We had hunted on Goodreads for books full of cheer,
In sure and certain knowledge that HoHoHo was nearly here.
The readers snuggled down on sofas and on beds,
And all sorts of Christmas tales lived out in our heads.
And some with old favs and some with new buys
But all had a fab read-a-thon with many happy sighs!
HoHoHo RAT 2016, it’s read-a-thon time!
But not just any old read-a-thon, nope this is the seasonal one to get us all in the holiday mood. In all honesty, I tend to be a Christmas Grinch. But by joining HoHoHo, I read myself right in to the Christmas mood. And I’m hoping to do the same again this year. I’ve a Christmas playlist all ready on spotify, I’ve got lashings of hot chocolate and I’ve got the stack of Christmas books. Basically, HoHoHo RAT 2016 is the most wonderful readathon of the year!
Kim @ The Caffeinated Reviewer hosts the readathon. Want to join in? Then head on over to Kim’s blog and sign up. There are challenges and prizes too but best of all; a chance to make new bloggy friends.
HoHoHo Rat 2016 to read list:
I’m making a list and checking it twice. Going to check out which books are naughty or nice 🙂 And look at those covers, they just ooze sweet Christmas feels.
Driving Home for Christmas : I bought this one two flipping years ago. I’m doggedly determined to read it this season.
Enid Blyton’s Christmas Stories: Christmas is a time for nostalgia and what better way than with my favourite childhood author
Hercule Poirot’s Christmas : Just to stop it all getting too smaltzy, I’ve thrown in an Agatha Christie. Because why not!
A Yorkshire Christmas : An amazon freebie that I grabbed a few weeks ago. It looks fun and romantic.
Dashing Through The Snow : Another festive book that I left unread last season so I’m determined to read it this year.
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Chick Lit : A cute seasonal anthology which will be a fun way to get acquainted with some new authors. All are new to me except Tracy Krimmer whose book Caching In I read earlier this year.
- Do all the challenges
- Enjoy my heck out of my books
- Find and follow new blogs
- Join the twitter party (if it’s not in the middle of the night in this time zone!)
- Enid Blyton’s Christmas Stories
- Hercule Poirot’s Christmas
A Yorkshire Christmas :
- Beginning to Look a Lot Like Chick Lit
Talk to Trish: Are you taking part, if so leave your link so I can come say ho ho ho, I mean hello! Or if you have a favourite holiday read, get in the holiday sharing mood by sharing the title with me!