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It’s almost time for the Bookending Winter event!

Fellow bookbloggers Sam @ Fictionally Sam and Clo @ Cuppa Clo organize Bookend Events each season to bring the book blogging community closer together & inspire each other with fun prompts. There will be a prompt for each day of December, and to participate you have to do a minimum of 3 of them. Sounds doable, right? I had a lot of fun with this event last year (which this picture is actually from— I haven’t set up a Christmas tree yet).

This year, I’m going to be one of the hosts! My hosting dates are the 16th – 18th of December and you can expect following from me:

  • A Weasley Jumper Book Tag. When I think Christmas I think Harry Potter— For this tag you’ll have to find a book to gift to each Weasley; you know, just like how Molly knits them each a jumper. A more detailed description will go up on the date :).

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  • Decorating your Christmas tree. Get your camera out, this is your chance to show off your prettiest books!
  • A winter-themed poem. As you know, I like sharing and analysing poems on this blog. For this prompt I’m inviting you to do the same. Find a winter themed poem (no stress, Google is your friend) and explain what you like about it. I’m very excited to see what you come up with! The brave people who write their own poems get 10 extra points to their Hogwarts house of choice.

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For more information, the full list of hosts & prompts, and the sign up sheet click here.

Hope to see you then!

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