16 Tasks of the Festive Season – Hogfather Buddy Read

Reblogged from: BrokenTune

 

Hear ye! Hear ye!

I’m just re-posting this as a reminder that our Hogfather Buddy Read is starting this Friday, 1st December. 

I set up a Discussion Group here

Looking forward to it!

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Is anyone interested in a Buddy Read of Hogfather in December??

Square # 13 has a Book themes for Hogswatch Night: Of course – read Hogfather!  Or any Discworld book (or anything by Terry Pratchett)

I couldn’t remember if there already was an official buddy read for this, so thought I’d ask as a couple of others have noted interest in reading the book earlier today.

I’ll set up a discussion group in the next few days.

To anyone interested, would a start date of 1st December suit?

Original post:
ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1620934/16-tasks-of-the-festive-season-hogfather-buddy-read

 

Other Hogfather-related Posts:
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – The Bathroom
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – FTB Enabled
Terry Pratchett / Ian Stewart / Jack Cohen: The Science of Discworld
Hogfather Buddy Read
24 Festive Tasks: Door 23 – Hogswatch
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – The Boot Menu
Glingleglingleglingle
Hogswatch – Door 23
My Favorite Discworld Characters
Sleigh Rides
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather (Annual Reread)
Bloody Stupid Johnson
Santa in Literature: Theodor Storm’s Knecht Ruprecht and DEATH as Department Store Santa in Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather (Annual Holiday Read)

 

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