Twelve Books of Christmas Challenge (2018)

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 on 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. We Will Always Have Christmas by Jenny Hale
  2. A Christmas Return by Anne Perry
  3. Christmas at the Second Chance Chocolate Shop by Kellie Hailes
  4. A Christmas Railway Mystery by Edward Marston
  5. Christmas at Conwenna Cove by Darcie Boleyn
  6. Last Christmas in Paris by Heather Webb and Hazel Gaynor
  7. A Cozy Candlelit Christmas by Tilly Tennant
  8. One Christmas in Paris by Mandy Baggot
  9. Christmas at Butterfly Cove by Sarah Bennett
  10. The Christmas Secret by Karen Swan
  11. Christmas in Paris by Anita Hughes
  12. From Paris With Love This Christmas by Jules Wake

2 thoughts on “Twelve Books of Christmas Challenge (2018)

  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!


    1. 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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