2010 Holiday Reading Challenge


When: 15 November – 31 December 2010
Who: Nely (All About {n})
Rules:   Read at least 1 to 5 holiday-related books — can read more if you want.  Quoted from her blog:

And now, here’s the clincher… they must be holiday related books. That’s right, the holiday doesn’t really matter, but it would be more “jolly” if your choices were Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.

Emphasis is mine.

So…If you got any leftover Halloween or Thanksgiving-themed books, or perhaps a Valentine-themed read or two, you can count those, too.

To learn more about this challenge, or join it, visit the official post.


I haven’t read a Christmas-themed anthology since the end of 2008 — the closest I came to a holiday themed book in 2009 was Julie Hyzy’s “Hail to the Chef”, a mystery that features the White House executive chef solving a murder while preparing for the official holiday festivities. I read that in January 2009.

Other challenges be hanged, I am determined to read the Harlequin Historical Christmas anthologies from 2008, 2009, and 2010 this year! 😉

So, the list:

  • Regency Christmas Proposals (2010) — Gayle Wilson,  Amanda McCabe, Carole Mortimer
  • A Regency Christmas (2009) — Lyn stone, Carla Kelly, Gail Ranstrom
  • One Candlelit Christmas (2008) — Julia Justiss, Annie Burrows, Terri Brisbin
  • TBA
  • TBA

Regency Christmas Proposals A Regency Christmas One Candlelit Christmas


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