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100+ Book Challenge December Linky

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Each book you read, please add the url to that post in the Linky below. I may choose your review as a surprise winner!

HAPPY READING!

This is the last month to get any reviews in. I hope even if you are no where near completion that you still add your reviews. I love reading them, it's where my wishlist grows from often. I do notice a few of you who are signed up have stopped adding books....

Again there was no prize this in November. Sorry folks, with the holiday coming, all extra money has gone to family gifts. 

I do have something very special planned for the end of the challenge. You will have to wait to see what that might be.

Now onto the Linky for December. Happy reading!






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  1. Good luck to everyone

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  2. I'm striving for four more before your year concludes. My year starts from February; less competition with holiday time! I can't wait to see our year end prize and thank you delightedly, for awarding one to me early this year. I am finishing with 140 books if get cracking on those last ones. I am for sure finished 136, the most in a year I've ever read in my life. :) Joyeux Noel, bonne nouvelle année! New and remembered faces are very welcome in my reading circles too. Truly, Carolyn. https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/riedel-challenges-2015/

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  3. That's one-hundred and thirty-eight! Happy new year and God's blessings on everyone! Carolyn Of RIEDEL Fascination. https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/riedel-challenges-2015/

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