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

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

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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