Sunday, December 2, 2018

Christmas Reading List 2018

Silent Days Holy Night by Phyllis Clark Nichols ~ Review

Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock ~ Review

A Christmas by the Sea by Melody Carlson ~ Review

The Christmas Dog by Melody Carlson ~ Review

His Law is Love by Rebekah Morris ~ Review

O Come All Ye Faithful and Other Short Stories by Faith Blum ~ Review

The Christmas Scrapbook by  Philip Gulley ~ Review on Goodreads

The Snowflake by Jamie Carie ~ Review on Goodreads


  1. I'm glad I came by as I have been thinking about Christmas themed books. I see a couple on your list that I will see if my library has available.

  2. That's a lot of books! I'm lucky if I get through one a month. Hope you're doing well.

    1. Hi Kelli,
      I've been reading these since September. I just thought I'd share the list in case y'all were interested in a book to read this month. I used to read 50 books a year as a goal. I didn't get anywhere near that this year. I think it's because I was feeling poorly earlier this year, and lately, I've been knitting too much! Maybe I should check out some audio books!
      Holiday hugs,

    2. Ooh yes, an audiobook is a great idea...two birds with one stone!

    3. Happy Advent and Christmas Sarah. I'd like to get together after the first of the year.
      I miss you.

  3. After reading all those Christmas books, you should be in the Christmas spirit for sure!! Those look good!

    1. Hi Penny,
      Yes, I start reading Christmas books for reviews in September. Christmas carols are added in October, and a few Christmas movies in November. Now it's cookie baking time!

  4. Thanks for finally talking about >"Christmas Reading List 2018" <Liked it!


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