Actually, I have two December Reads.
The first one is We by Yevgeny Zamyatin, the other is The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett. A bit of a spread, I know.
I learned about We when a local book club ordered copies last year. I had never heard of this Russian dystopian novel from the 1920's, and I was fascinated by the description. It's a small book, but I hope it proves a worthwhile read, and small books are good for the end of the year when everything comes to a head. So that's my Virtual Speculation pick.
The Hogfather on the other hand, is a delightful re-read, that I'm diving into with a group of others as a holiday buddy read. It's one of my favorite Discworld novels, and I actually really enjoy the movie. I'm not sure how much I'll be posting mid-read, though that seems to be a big part of buddy reads. The problem is, I'll want to post 70% of the book. So be it, right?