December Book-Tac-Toe

December is the perfect month to get your audiobook on.  You’re busy around the house, making cookies, cleaning, decorating, staring stary eyed at the Christmas tree.   Having an audiobook is the perfect way to keep your mind occupied.  Did you know you can rent books online from your local library?  If not see my article on Things Your Library Can Do For You.  It’s an amazingly easy way to put an audiobook on your phone, and probably how I do 70% of my reading.

If you want some book guidance for the month of December take my book challenge and win a chance at an Amazon gift card.  The rules are simple:

  1. Read three books that form a tic-tac-toe (vertical, horizontal or diagonal). If you hit the Christmas tree in the center you get to read whatever book you wish.
  2. Unless specified the book may be fiction (F) or non-fiction (NF)
  3. Comment here on the blog or on our Facebook page with the three books you’ve read and what you thought of them.
  4. We’ll draw a name at the end of the month and the winner gets a $5 Amazon gift card and the opportunity to write a blog article on their book(s) if they wish.
  5. You may compete in both Book Bingo and Book Tac Toe, but you must read different books
  6. As always, if you need help picking a book email me!
  7. Need to search for a book? Help the site out by clicking here to search amazon.  It’s no cost to you but really helps me out!

Here are some of the fun, interesting, silly, and serious stuff being celebrated in December that influenced the reading list:

  • December is human rights month
  • December 7th is Pearl Harbor Day
  • December 11th Indiana becomes a state
  • December 17th Wright Brothers Day
  • December 21st is Forefathers Day

 

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About Kaitey Moore 40 Articles

Kaitlin Moore Morley is passionate about storytelling, the kind of our imagination and the kind of our experiences.

She works as a hospital chaplain where she collects love stories and as a pastor where she collect biblical narrative. She holds an undergraduate in Social Anthropology from the University of Manchester in England and a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky.

She lives in Evansville, Indiana in an old (very cold) Victorian house with her husband, Darren and their dog Olga.

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