HoHoHo Read-A-thon Bingo Challenge RESULTS

Posted November 19, 2017 by Zeee in Blogging Challenges5 Comments

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Hosted by Kim @ Caffeinated Reviewer


HoHoHo bookworms! We have reached the end of the challenge and it is now time to wake up and get back to the real world (or not, because I’m not planning to come back to the real work).

Anyway, I would like to announce the winner of the HoHoHoRAT Bingo Challenge!

Dani @ Paulette’s Papers!

Congratulations, Dani! She chose to get The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier (affiliate link).

I have seen the Pioneer Woman on the Food Network but I haven’t been watching a lot of Food Network shows in a while.

So, how did I do for this read-a-thon?

I did HORRIBLY! OMG! EPIC FAIL! I only read 2 Christmas themed books and one was a DNF! The other book was a surprise Christmas book because I didn’t know it was a Christmas book in the first place! LOL

Obviously, I wasn’t able to read the books that I wanted to read for this read-a-thon. I also learned another thing during this challenge. I SUCK at challenges. Well, challenges where I list down the books that I am planning to read.

Also, I have been exhausted the last week or so and usually fall asleep at around 10 PM which is HIGHLY UNUSUAL for me. This means that I have only been listening to audiobooks during my commute to and from work.

Did you participate in the read-a-thon? How did you do?

What books did you read and would you recommend them to me? (I have been reading a lot of contemporary romance lately and I’m pretty hooked!)

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5 responses to “HoHoHo Read-A-thon Bingo Challenge RESULTS

    • Awwwww! Well there is always next year! 🙂 I didn’t like the hero and heroine here.. gaaaah or I may be in a historical romance slump since I am not enjoying the books that I picked up recently 🙁

  1. I love reading challenges, but like the ones that are for extended time periods. There is too much pressure with a week long challenge. I think the shortest one I have done was 2 weeks, and most of the books I had planned to read fit the categories, so it was easy.
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