20 bOOKS fOR cHRISTMAS 2020 cHALLENGE

This week is Libraries Week and to mark the occasion Tea & Cake For The Soul has started a new challenge called 20 for Christmas 2020. The idea is to share 20 books we plan to read by the end of 2020 and then… read them all!

As you know, I am an avid reader and with this colder weather drawing in it is giving me more time to get cosy and snuggle up with a book. I will share some information about the challenge first and how you can join in if you want to, and then you can see the books I have chosen!

The Rules – How To Join In

You can join in on your blog, your Bookstagram/Instagram and/or Twitter.

There are no hard and fast rules. Just choose 20, or 15 or 10 books that you’d like to read (and hopefully review). They do not have to be Christmas themed.

Take a photo or make a list of those books and then enjoy the read.

When posting online use the hashtags

#20BooksForChristmas
#teaandcakeforthesoul

Check out the original post over at Tea & Cake For The Soul to find out more ideas and ways to get involved

My 20 Books For Christmas 2020 Reading Challenge

Seven Kinds of People You Find in Bookshops

by Shaun Bythell

A Christmas Memory

by Truman Capote

Perfectly Imperfect Mum

by Sheena Tanna-Shah

A Snowflake’s Guide to Christmas

How to survive a deeply problematic holiday

by Dave Skinner

Call Me Mummy

by Tina Baker

The Christmas Menagerie

by Minna Howard

Thirteen Storeys

by Jonathan Sims

Great Family Days In

Over 75 Ideas for Rainy Days, School Holidays and Everything in Between

by Claire Balkind

Postscript

The sequel to PS, I Love You

by Cecelia Ahern

Kid Lit

An Introduction to Literary Criticism

by Tom Durwood

The Book Club

by C. J. Cooper

The Midnight Library

by Matt Haig

Notes on a Nervous Planet 

by Matt Haig

Sh**ged. Married. Annoyed.

by Chris and Rosie Ramsey

One Family Christmas

by Bella Osborne

The Christmas Swap

by Sandy Barker

Life in Pieces

by Dawn O’Porter

The Twelve Dates of Christmas

by Jenny Bayliss

Late Love

by Scarlett Hopper

Unsolved London Murders: The 1920s & 1930s

by Dr Jonathan Oates

I am already excited to get started and can’t wait to settle down into bed later with one of these! As well as tagging Tea & Cake For The Soul in your posts if you choose to do this, please let me know too as I would love to see what you all choose to read and how you get on! Good luck to everyone! Take care and keep safe,

9 Comments on “20 bOOKS fOR cHRISTMAS 2020 cHALLENGE

  1. Matt Haig is brilliant, I have also been reading some of his kids books with my boy. I also love Cecelia Ahern for a nice gentle read. I’m also doing the challenge and I’m 1 book down already, yay!

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  2. Awesome books, though I haven’t read any of them sadly. I really should participate in this challenge if I can find the time to read. How do you find the time to read lol?

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    • I tend to read in bed to wind down. I also listen to a lot of audio books while cleaning and driving etc. You should give it a go, you can choose 10 or 15 books if that’s an easier target for you! X

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  4. I love the mix of genres you have on this list! There are a few on here that I might need to add to my wishlist, The midnight library in particular sounds like such a good book. x

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