Today’s Topic: Holiday Reads
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
I love all things Christmas, so you know this book lover also loves a good holiday story. Today I’m sharing some of my favorites novels and novellas that are set during the most wonderful time of the year.
It’s enough to make this girl wanna curl up on the couch with a cup of hot cocoa, turn on the twinkle lights on my tree and settle in with tale as warm and cozy as the blanket I sit under.
A Victorian murder mystery inspired by Dickens style.
Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale
One of the most unique, memorable yarns I’ve ever read.
A realistic, historical, holiday tale featuring a real life setting.
A sassy contemporary love story utilizing the horror of all holiday travelers – a grounded flight.
Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor
The book that inspired by very favorite Hallmark Christmas film.
A tale as sweet as the cover suggests.
No one writes small town, family stories better than Melissa Tagg.
Inspired by Hallmark Christmas movies, it’s two tales for the price of one.
A successful, but disgraced news anchor returns home to learn the meaning of Christmas.
Looking for something a bit different try this gothic-lite Christmas story.
If North and South was set at Christmas, it might read a little like this.
I adored this novella even more than the Hallmark film it was turned into.
The well-known holiday story of love and sacrifice.
Dicken’s world famous classic highlighting the importance of generosity and forgiveness.
The Christmas Story – Luke 2:1-20
The true, original Christmas story and the whole point.
8 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Holiday Reads”
Lisa Kleypas’s book made my list, too! I want to read it. Nice list!
Here are some holiday reads I would like to read: My Top Ten Tuesday.
I’ve read it and it was good. But I still prefer the Hallmark movie version despite how much I love Lisa Kleypas.
Oh really? Good to know!
Christmas at Gate 18 looks so interesting.
If you like flawed, but spunky characters, it is a fun holiday read.
Oh yes, O Henry’s Gift of the Magi, great story. https://pmprescottenterprises.wordpress.com/2019/12/03/top-ten-tuesday-winter-movies/
Loving this weeks topic and everyone’s picks. So much warm and cozy holiday reads to be found, so little time! Adding a ton of these to my TBR.
I’m so glad. Hopefully you discover some new holiday favorites!