Monday, December 17, 2012

Monday - Are you reading festive books?

Sheila over at Book Journey has an incentive for networking so go over and have fun while continuing to add to your 2012 Wishlist.

Did everyone start Christmas early, the blogosphere has been very quiet.......

I have only read 2 festive reads so far but loved them, very charming way to bring in the holiday.

I completed this one, review will be up on Wednesday.





I reviewed this one here.




I'm currently reading a great Serial Killer Thriller.




I also reviewed this inspired noir true crime book.




What is next...  Can you recommend another festive read, one of your favourites?


 

18 comments:

  1. I love the cover of Snowed Over! I am in the mood for more festive reads but don't have any on my TBR pile at the moment.

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  2. I am glad someone else is reading some festive titles! Although The Sheperd and Wicked Wives don't look very festive. LOL
    I have been reading some really nice holiday romances. A holiday mystery would be good though - maybe I'll check through my TBR and Kindle lists.
    Have a great week.

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  3. Snowed Over looks like such a great book!

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  4. From Christmas cheer to serial killers lol. The cover of Snowed Over is so cute but I like the sound of The Shepherd. Have a wonderful week and happy reading :)

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  5. Yuletide Treasure sounds interesting.

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  6. The cover of Snowed Over is ADORABLE! I hope the insides were just as good :)

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  7. I haven't read anything with a Christmas theme...but Snowed Over does look tempting. Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  8. Looks like you're into mysteries and thrillers. Have you tried Mr. Churchill's Secretary? It's not a festive book but the reviews are great.

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  9. I like festive books - I am currently reading Over Christmas by Sandra Harper and last year I read Comfort and Joy by India Knight which I enjoyed. My all time favorite holiday read is Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris - I read or listen to it every year!

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  10. I am not reading a festive book, but I am reading, "The Snow Child" by Eowyn Ivey, which is putting me in a winter mood.

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  11. You will love The Shepherd! Then you will have to read The Prophet! Scary good!!

    Happy Holidays!!

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  12. I wanted to read more Christmas books, but I didn't have time. I loved The Shepherd. Read The Prophet next! It's excellent!

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  13. I think I will have to check out Snowed Over! And you are right, the blogosphere has been very quiet lately! Have a great reading week!

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  14. The cover for Snowed Over is cute! And, colorful!

    Have a good week!

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  15. I think as we get closer to the holidays, it gets harder to get those books finished and those reviews posted.

    I wish I had some festive reads to suggest, but I will definitely check back with you so I can make myself a list for next December. :)

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  16. I've only read a couple festive reads so far ... still, liked them both! Hopefully, I can get more prepared next year and read a few more!

    I love the cover for Snowed Over! The colours are gorgeous. :)

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  17. The Snowed Over cover is adorable! I'm not reading anything festive quite yet, but I'll soon be reading the Lady Julia Christmas novella by Deanna Raybourn.

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