Welcome to 12 Months of Reading! Each month in 2024, I will host a different reading challenge category. These categories are broad, and, chances are, whatever you’re reading may fit in them.

February’s theme is a shorter book. Since this is the shortest month, this category made sense. Of course, we are in a leap year, so you’ve got plenty of time to count your novellas, novelettes or devotional books.

I LOVED I Am: Thirty Names God Has Given Himself and What They Mean! Check out my review here.

Hearts by the Sea (review here) and Feud: Arius’s Story are novellas by two of my 2023 LAM Summer Reading Challenge Featured Authors. Learn more about them here.

Of course, I’m a big fan of the characters in This Good Thing. Walk alongside Carolina, Ben and Rachael Burns as they learn to say see you later, not goodbye, in this book that readers have claimed can “change your life, if you let it.”

Listen to me read the Prologue and Chapter 1 in this video and find more details, including links of where to buy here.

What will you read? Comment below with your choice. Return once you’ve finished to share your review and thoughts. Remember to #ShareTheRead! Tap the graphic below to download each month’s graphic to share on your social media. How many reader friends can you bring to the party?

Calendar showcasing all the reading categories for the 2024 12 Days of Reading

Tap the image above to download each month’s graphic. Share on your social media with #ShareTheRead and #12MonthsOfReading and tag @joyerancatore!

Multi-Genre Indie Author Joy E. Rancatore hosts a monthly virtual, interactive Book Club Chat. Join now!

Tap the graphic above to join LAM Book Club for an extra way to #ShareTheRead with fellow readers! No set book. Meet virtually once a month. Share what you’re reading or ask for recommendations.