My Winter Holidays Reading

I do love reading holiday books! In the last few years, I’ve usually started my holiday reading by the first of October. It’s a refreshing change from my Autumn focus on mysteries and  Halloweenish reading, and I find I enjoy it more and more each year. I decided to create this post to track the books I read for the upcoming winter holidays, and to list the holiday books I’ve read in the past few years. This will be an ever-growing list of the books I find each year to read during this season.

2020:

2019:

2018:

2017:

2016:

2015:

2014:

2013:

HAPPY HOLIDAY READING, MY FRIENDS!

6 thoughts on “My Winter Holidays Reading

  1. Nan

    I love that you are keeping track. I do in Christmas Books under the blog header picture, but I haven’t read much (any?) in the past few years. I just bought Susan Branch’s new one – Home For Christmas. Now I’ll go back to your list and spend some time!

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  2. JaneGS

    Holiday reading is a nice contrast to the horrors of October. I didn’t do my usual holiday reading last year but plan to this year, though not sure what books I will read or reread.

    Happy holidays! 🙂

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  3. Robin Post author

    Jane, I want to expand my holiday reading this year to more than just Christmas. I love the holiday season, and would like to read more about the other winter holidays.

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