Thanksgiving Readathon

I heard about this new #ThanksgivingReadathon from Jackie at Death by Tsundoku. I love her blog and reviews so I wanted to be part of this project. If you’re interested in participating please see her post about it here!

I particularly like this because it’s so simple. Holidays can be such a time suck and very stressful besides. This readathon is to help us take a moment to recharge and get a little quiet reading time in. No pressure. No demands. Just enjoyment.

Work was so busy the last few days I didn’t think I’d be able to even get started but here I am. I came home from work and my family is just relaxing, playing the new Animal Crossing game, and listening to Christmas music. Perfect reading atmosphere. I’m so thankful for my low key, introverted family!

TBR for Thanksgiving Readathon:

The Queen’s Poisoner – Jeff Wheeler

Oathbringer- Brandon Sanderson

It’s only two books but those are sizable. It will keep me busy!

I also have two Christmas cookie recipes to make: Chocolate Crinkle Cookies & Gingerbread Crinkle Cookies. I will post pics when possible. This is my first time posting from my phone, which is weird so I will try my best.

Plus, we’re starting our Christmas decorating. Can you tell which is. Y favorite holiday yet? 😉 Happy reading everyone!

3 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Readathon

  1. Oh yeah– you picked out some seriously sizable books, for sure! I would love to read Oathbrings but I’m waiting for this series to end. These books are far too large; I’d need to re-read them all each time a new book comes out.

    Good luck with your reading goals! We’re super excited to have you. 😀

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