Christmas Novella Review: Season of Love by Vivi Holt

Welcome to my final Christmas novella review before Christmas 2019! This one is a historical fiction story. It's actually part of a series, but I have not read any of the other books in the series. I don't entirely remember how I even came to own this ebook, but however it happened, I am glad... Continue Reading →

Christmas Book Review: Borrowing Amor by Kat Bellemore

We are so close to Christmas that I can almost taste it! I'm making a (not so) sweet potato casserole to take to an extended family celebration, and this will be the first time I have made something for this. It's also the first time I will be included in the "grown up" category for... Continue Reading →

Christmas Book Review: Where Treetops Glisten by Goyer, Putman, and Sundin

Today's Christmas-themed book review covers the best Christmas book I read this year. If you enjoy historical fiction, clean romance, or Christmas stories, then Where Treetops Glisten is sure to be a hit! About the Book Title: Where Treetops Glisten Author(s): Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, & Sarah Sundin Publication Date: September 16, 2014 Genre: Christmas, Christian Historical Fiction (WW2), Clean Romance... Continue Reading →

Christmas Novella Review: Finding Christmas Joy by Amanda Tero

Well, this is awkward. If you came to this post when it first went up, you saw there was no introduction or conclusion! Apparently when I wrote this review and scheduled it to post (about a week ago), I intended to come back and finish up those pieces, but I forgot to set a reminder!... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday {12.18.2019}

Jingle all the way into today's WWW Wednesday! I wish I could make everything in today's post Christmas-themed, but I'm still working on enough other reading goals that I can't quite swing it this time around. There are a lot of good books up this week though, so read on! WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme currently... Continue Reading →

Christmas Short Story Review: Red Boots by Kate Willis

A short review post for a short story! About the Book Title: Red Boots Author: Kate Willis Genre: Historical Fiction, Christmas Publication Date: December 2017 Synopsis (from Goodreads): Old Joey’s lips fell open in astonishment as he examined a pair of boots. They were bright red, standing out like a forgotten apple on an autumn... Continue Reading →

#ALiteraryChristmas 2019 Check-in #1

December is already flying by! I suppose that is usually the case with things that we spend so much time anticipating. I have a lot to do this month, especially with participating in the #ALiteraryChristmas Reading Challenge. I'll be doing short, periodic updates to stay accountable. The #ALiteraryChristmas Reading Challenge is hosted at In the... Continue Reading →

Joining #ALiteraryChristmas 2019 Reading Challenge!

Happy Monday and happy December, Readers! Later this week I'll share my complete December TBR, but this post is all about the #ALiteraryChristmas 2019 challenge. The Literary Christmas Reading Challenge is hosted at In the Bookcase, and you can read all about it here. I love this challenge because you get to set your own... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Vintage Christmas by Marlene Campbell

Title: Vintage Christmas: Holiday Stories from Rural PEI Author: Marlene Campbell Genre: Nonfiction, short story collection, memoir-ish Synopsis: Travel back in time to when Christmas was a simple affair: children were content to receive an apple, an orange, or a piece of barley candy in their stockings; clothes, meals, and decorations were all homemade; and it was time spent... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Christmas Gift for Rose by Tricia Goyer

Title: A Christmas Gift for Rose Author: Tricia Goyer Genre: Christian, Historical Fiction (mid-1900s), Romance Synopsis: Born in the midst of the hardships of The Great Depression, Rose grew up in Berlin, Ohio, in the arms of a loving Amish family. But as she prepares to marry, she's thrown into confusion when she learns the truth of her birth.... Continue Reading →

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