It’s a Literary Christmas! #ALiteraryChristmas #readerchallenge

Reading challenges are one of my favorite things about being a book blogger.

It’s probably my competitive personality but I love the idea of challenging yourself to read a certain genre or author or subject you might not read otherwise. I also love meeting new bloggers and sharing the love of reading!

So my friend Risa just posted about a Literary Christmas and I’m excited to join Tarissa at In The Bookcase for December. It’s a pretty simple challenge – click here for details and the signup page.

Here are several Christmas Books I’m going to choose from for this challenge. Have you read any of these? What should I read first?

The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan

Mistletoe Miracles by Jodi Thomas

Lone Star Christmas by Delores Fossen

Christmas in London by Anita Hughes

Christmas in Paris by Anita Hughes

Christmas at the Chalet by Anita Hughes

Matt Haig YA

A Boy Called Christmas | The Girl Who Saved Christmas | Father Christmas and Me

Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

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Santa Claus, Saints, & Sagittarius: An Astrological Testament to that Holiday Icon of Good Cheer better known as Santa Claus by Brad Kronen

Christmas in Hollybrook: Amish Romance by Brenda Maxfield 

Advent for Grinches by Anthony Anderson

Reindeer & Robberies: A Cruise Ship Mystery by Hope Callaghan

Marrying Miss Kringle: Frost by Lucy McConnell


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3 comments

  1. Wow! That’s a lot of Christmas books! I’m afraid I won’t be able to help you choose except to say that Matt Haig and Anita Hughes sound interesting…

  2. Welcome to A Literary Christmas, Jaymi! Thanks for joining.

    You have several titles on your list — I wish the best with that. 🙂 I’ve actually only read 1 these you mentioned… last year I read “A Boy Called Christmas”. I ended up liking it, even though I didn’t think I would. You’ve reminded me that I need to look for the sequels. 😀

    Merry reading to you!

    Tarissa
    http://inthebookcase.blogspot.com

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