Hello and welcome to the Monday edition of #AMonthofFaves! Have you checked out Girlxoxo’s post yet?
I missed out on Friday’s posting- the end of the week got hectic with some personal things and right now- I’m trying to not think about sweets- so I won’t be catching up with that post- but will be checking out your posts ASAP.
Mon. | Dec 16 – #AMonthofFaves Winter Reading – Your fave reads from last Winter, or seasonal reads you love, or books on this year’s winter reading list.
So, I think I’m going with seasonal reads- even though I’ve already read some books from 2020 (The Better Liar and You Are Not Alone) and have many more I’m excited about.
But I’m in a semi- Christmas-y/holiday mood today and have been listening to holiday songs all day so… seasonal reads it is!
Love those Christmas covers!
I think it’s because there is usually snow. And I never see snow. Or maybe it’s just that holiday books are cute AF. IDK.
1. Season of Wonder (now out in paperback!)
2. Coming Home for Christmas (in my TBR pile!)
7. The Christmas Spirits on Tradd Street
*Which of the above covers makes your heart beat a bit faster?*
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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T
10 thoughts on “#AMonthofFaves 2019: Winter Reading”
You can’t go wrong with RaeAnne Thayne. Love her books.
I enjoy her Christmas books quite a bit!
I’m going to look into RaeAnne Thayne. That series looks good!
It’s a huge cast of characters and quite a few books- it’ll keep you reading for awhile!
Beautiful covers. I’m working on three short Christmas books—Christmas Jars, Christmas Letters (Lee Smith) and A Christmas Story (Jean Shepherd).
Those sound GOOD!
I hope you enjoy these! I don’t really read seasonally, but I’m steadily pumping out the Christmas music and getting festive around the house.
The Christmas music is pumping- the getting festive not so much- but today’s post explains why!
I’m a big Karen White fan, especially the Tradd Street series.
I have enjoyed all the KW books I’ve read!