Twelve Books of Christmas Challenge

First things first – I have OCD (Obsessive Christmas Disorder). My house is decorated the first week of November, every year (first or second Saturday of November) I host Annual Christmas Tree Decorating parties. Therefore, as a reader, I prepare a “Christmas Reading List” for me to read every year. For the past week or two, I’ve been noticing on my social media different Christmas book challenges. As a result, I joined one challenge myself, called “12 Books of Christmas” and I will post my result here. As you already know, I do have a long list of Christmas books that I would like to read (Christmas Reading List), but if you have read a great Christmas book – please share the name, I would be happy to add more books to my Christmas Reading List and, of course, read those. 🙂

So, here it comes – CHALLENGE ACCEPTED:

Alina’s Twelve Books of Christmas Challenge

  1. The Christmas Lights

2 thoughts on “Twelve Books of Christmas Challenge

  1. I’m a Christmas/Holiday fanatic as well! I’m already wondering how I can get away with putting up a few trees in October – do you think now is too soon? 😉 I loved Last Christmas in Paris. Happy Reading!

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    • Are you kidding? It’s never too early… confession – I already gave a go to a few christmas carols this summer. I can’t wait for Christmas. I am putting my christmas tree up the first Saturday in November. I can’t wait. 🙂
      Yes, Last Christmas in Paris was a wonderful novel. I enjoyed the story so much. And I am planning on doing this challenge again this year. Maybe we should do it together? 🙂

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