(In like 18 days)
Winter is the perfect time to read, I think so anyway. It that time of the year where you're allowed to stay in and do nothing but relax, and what better way to do that than read. This year is the first one for me and my little blog and I wanted to have a list of books that I find amusing and highly recommend for this time of the year. The list of books aren't just the books from this year, but I have a few from the past couple of years as well as new releases. I have so far only read four books out of the eleven I have listed below, but I have read more Christmas books, except I have lent Love and Lies, by Portia MacIntosh to a friend and I have just finished One Day In Winter by Shari Low, but that was a library book which I had to take back this week and didn't think to get a photo of them both for this post. Anyway, they are both books that I would recommend for any bookworm.
Looking at the pile of books you can see that there is a range of different types of Christmas books, from emotional family dramas to laugh out loud romances. I comment on all of the listed books as I haven't read them all yet. However, as soon as uni is over I will be locking myself away to read these beauties. I won't be locking myself away as such as I have work, but I will be spending most of my days reading.
My To Read Books of Winter 2019:
The Christmas Invitation By Trisha Ashley (published Oct 2019)
A Winter Flame By Milly Johnson, (published 2011)
A Christmas Tail By Cressida McLaughlin (published 2015)
How to Stuff Up Christmas By Rosie Blake (published 2015)
It's a Wonderful Night By Jaimie Admans (published 2018)
Christmas Secrets by the Sea By Jane Lovering (published 2018)
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year By Joanna Bolouri (published 2016)
Christmas at Frozen Falls By Kiley Dunbar (published Sep 2019)
One Winter Morning By Isabelle Broom (published Aug 2019)
Rewrite the Stars By Emma Heatherington (published Oct 2019)
Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas By Adam Kay (published Oct 2019)
If you are interested in reading these delicious books this winter then you can get hold of most of the books from supermarkets, bookstores and from online. I did however get hold of A Christmas Tail and The Most Wonderful Time of the Year from worldofbooks.com which I highly recommend. They sell second hand books, old and new and for a great price. But be careful, you have the intention of buying one book and end up buying six.
Anyway, that's all I have to say today, you'll notice that some of the books on the list I have already reviewed so feel free to check them out over on Weekly Reviews. Meanwhile, I better go and finish my uni work off before I get distracted by more book talk.
After all tomorrow is another day spent reading.
Till next time,
P.S. Isabelle Broom retweeted my review of One Winter Morning!!!!!