Sunday, February 12, 2017

Still Reading Christmas Books?

I often joke that I'm still reading Christmas books in the summer. Once I purchase a book, it stays on the top of my bookcase until I'm ready to read it. Once finished, it finds a spot on a shelf.




Here's what's on my "Waiting to be Read" list.



A Lowcountry Christmas
by Mary Alice Monroe






A wounded warrior and his younger brother discover the true meaning of Christmas in this timeless story of family bonds.

Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Lowcountry-Christmas-Mary-Alice-Monroe/dp/1501125532/

Barnes & Noble

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-lowcountry-christmas-mary-alice-monroe/1123497143


Books-A-Million

http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Lowcountry-Christmas/Mary-Alice-Monroe/9781501125539


Miracle on 5th Avenue
by Sarah Morgan






It will take a Christmas miracle for two very different souls to find each other in this perfectly festive fairy tale of New York! 

Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Miracle-5th-Avenue-Sarah-Morgan/dp/0373789343/


Barnes & Noble

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/miracle-on-5th-avenue-sarah-morgan/1123276862


Books-A-Million

http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Miracle-Avenue/Sarah-Morgan/9780373789344




It Must be Christmas
by Various Authors
(three holiday stories)




It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when love is in the cold and frosty air―and desire reaches the boiling point. . .

Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Must-Be-Christmas-Holiday-Stories/dp/1250106370/


Barnes & Noble

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/it-must-be-christmas-jennifer-crusie/1124361540


Books-A-Million

http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Must-Be-Christmas/Jennifer-Crusie/9781250106377


Besides me, is there anyone else who has Christmas books waiting to be read? Have a good week, Everyone!



("snow" photo c/o office.microsoft.com)

12 comments:

  1. None for me. I've gobbled all mine up already.

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    1. I have soooo many of them! I love Christmas. Thanks, Vonnie, for visiting today!

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  2. Hi, Angela! Not so much as oodles of Christmas books, but more like oodles of books! Happy reading.

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    1. My sister, who is not much of a reader, can't understand why I have so many books! Thanks, Vicki, for visiting today!

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  3. I'm not reading Christmas books right now. So much to do reading about music in the Caribbean for my music history class. But by summer I might want to read about cool winters and romance by the fireplace.

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    1. Around July 4th I often am in the mood for a Christmas book, and I'll reread one from the shelf. Katherine Spencer/Thomas Kinkade's Cape Light series is my favorite. The small town of Cape Light reminds me of the town in Vermont where I went to college. Thanks, Marion, for stopping by and have fun with your music class!

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  4. I am so funny about this. I only read them in November and December despite how much I love them. I adored A Low Country Christmas!

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  5. Thanks for the tip on Mary Alice Monroe's book! It's next on the list. Thanks, Kim, for stopping by today!

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  6. I'm very strange and will watch Christmas movies almost all year round, but the books I keep on my shelf to grab in November and December. You give some really great choices! Hugs...

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    1. I frequently watch "You've Got Mail," not only because it's one of my favorite movies, but it touches on all the seasons of the year! Thanks, RO,for visiting!

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  7. Oh, they do look good! I'll think of reading them in July! :)

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    1. The Christmas/snow setting will be a break from the summer heat! Thanks, Red, for visiting!

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