A Winter's Respite Read-a-Thon is coming!

A Winter's Respite 
Mon. Jan 21 at 12 a.m. 
Sun. Jan 27 at 11:59 pm
Central Standard Time
Hosted by Michelle of The True Book Addict at Seasons of Reading. Sign-up here

Ready? Here's the info. . .

Of course, like most read-a-thons, the books read must be novels or novellas, adult or young adult are fine, and you can read children's books too (as long as you do read some novels too). You DO NOT have to participate the entire week. Join in when you can, start in the middle, end early...whatever works best for your schedule. As long as you sign in at the sign-in post and do some kind of wrap up post, you're in for the big giveaway at the end. As with my previous read-a-thons, it will be a week of relaxed reading during which we can personally challenge ourselves and whittle away those ever looming TBR piles/shelves/libraries. I hope you will join me!

I will not be hosting any mini-challenges, as we learned from my last two read-a-thons, focusing on the reading rocks. However, if anyone else would like to host a mini-challenge, you are more than welcome. We will have a few scheduled Twitter chats again (and perhaps some more reading sprints).

Our twitter hashtag is #WintersRespite

Sign up in the linky at the sign up page. You do not have to do a post now, unless you want to help spread the word (hint, hint...) If you don't have a blog, use Facebook, Twitter or Goodreads. Having a blog is not required. Be sure to grab the button at the top of this post. (Don't forget that this is just the sign-up linky. There will be starting line sign-in and wrap-up linkies during the read-a-thon and doing both is required to be eligible for the giveaway).
If you are wondering, I didn't type that; just copied it, but nonetheless, I am joining up and I hope that some of my followers will as well.  I don't know how much I will be able to get done, as that coincides with my birthday weekend, but I will do what I can.


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