The 3rd Annual Bookish Little Christmas with That Artsy Reader Girl!

Posted December 2, 2014 by Jana in Blog Event, Bookish Little Christmas / 14 Comments

December has arrived, and That Artsy Reader Girl has donned her Santa hat in celebration of the most wonderful time of the year! I’m SO excited that it’s officially Christmas time! You know how much I love this time of year. We put up our Christmas tree this past weekend, and I’m going to start baking cookies as soon as I finish up these last few things for the semester’s end. I’m up to my eyeballs in fun Christmas reads, and I just bought a bunch of new movies! I’m going to have SO much fun, and I hope you’ll sit and stay a while!

Throughout the entire month of December, I will be sharing Christmas book reviews, giveaways, features, and guest posts from authors and my friends! Grab yourself some hot cocoa, and get ready for a fun and festive month here on the blog!

Would you like to participate? I’ve always got room for more friends! Just let me know, and I will fit you into the schedule. :) And be sure to send me links of any Christmas posts you come across (or write yourself). I’d be happy to help spread the word, or just come and bring some Christmas cheer. And I hope YOU will stop by lots this month, mainly because I love your face, but also because it’s going to be so much fun and I’d hate for you to miss out!

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14 responses to “The 3rd Annual Bookish Little Christmas with That Artsy Reader Girl!

    • Jana

      Hehe. The pressure is on! My new mission is to get you thinking Christmas. :) I’m glad I’ll be seeing you lots this month!

    • Jana

      Rachel, I’d love to have you contribute! If you need help brainstorming ideas, just email me. My schedule is very flexible, so we can most definitely fit you in. :)

  1. I read Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares this month. It was okay, but definitely not the greatest Christmas book I’ve read. Earlier this year, I read an ARC of My True Love Gave to Me. I’d recommend that to anyone because there are so many stories that someone is bound to like one of them. Oh, and Landline by Rainbow Rowell is a pretty good Christmas book. I might re-read it this month.

    Merry Christmas!
    Erin @ The Hardcover Lover recently posted…Book Review: Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan