You may remember the 20 Books Of Summer challenge that I failed miserably. Well, I’m dusting myself off and trying again with the 20 Books Of Christmas challenge hosted by Tea And Cake For The Soul.
The idea is much the same: to read 20 (or 15 or 10, or however many you want) books between 1st October – 31st December. The books don’t have to be Christmas books (in fact, because I’m a Scrooge, none of mine are), and the books can be in any format, including audiobooks.
My list is below. Some of them are books I didn’t get round to on the summer challenge, some of them are new and some are books I’ve been meaning to read for ages. I’ll be using the hashtag (#20BooksOfChristmas) and I’d love to chat with any bloggers or readers who would like to join in.
Cecilia Ahern: Postscript
Claire Allan: Her Name Was Rose
Rob Ashman: This Little Piggy
Linwood Barclay:. Elevator Pitch
Mark Billingham: Lifeless
Jenny Blackhurst: Someone Is Lying
Shalini Boland: The Secret Mother
Will Carver: Nothing Important Happened Today
HS Chandler: Degrees Of Guilt
Ann Cleves: Raven Black
MW Craven: Black Summer
Eva Dolan: This Is How It Ends
Laurie Ellingham: Ours Is The Winter
Louise Jensen: The Family
Doug Johnstone: Breakers
Ragnar Jonasson: The Darkness
Erin Kinsley: Found
Carla Kovach: The Liar’s House
Adrian McKinty:. The Chain
KL Slater: The Apartment