Thankfully Reading Mini-Challenge #1: What Book Are You Most Thankful For?

November 26, 2010 Thankfully Reading, Thankfully Reading Weekend 14

Thanksgiving is all about being thankful for the things we have. So, for the first Thankfully Reading Weekend, write a post about the book you are most thankful for.  This could be a book released this year or twenty years ago.  Your post should include why you are thankful for that book.

One random participant will win a book of their choice (up to $20).  The only rule: you must be signed up to participate in Thankfully Reading Weekend in order to participate!

Link your post below. Winner will be announced on Sunday, November 28th.

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14 Responses to “Thankfully Reading Mini-Challenge #1: What Book Are You Most Thankful For?”

  1. Raima
    Twitter: raimalarter

    Thanks for hosting this contest. Fun! Enjoying the waltz down memory lane, too.

  2. Pam

    This was a good one. I feel like my answer changes every time someone asks this question. :O)

  3. Ellen
    Twitter: ellenfbrown

    I’d never able to pick a book I’m most thankful for, but at this moment I’m thankful for Les Standiford’s “The Man Who Invented Christmas: How Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol Rescued His Career and Revived Our Holiday Spirits.” It’s a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at how Dickens came to write his carol and how it has affected the way the world celebrates Christmas. It’s a perfect way to start out the holiday season.

  4. Leslie
    Twitter: undermyappletre

    I am thankful that I can read and that I’m always learning things from books. I did manage to narrow it down to only a few books for my post.

  5. Charlie
    Twitter: bitsyblingbooks

    Okay I’m having a hard time trying to pick just one book. I have so many that have made an impact on my life as a writer.