12/2/12

Nov. wrap-up

I still have a few family and friends interviews so I will continue them through Dec.

All the books I read this month had a strong family or friendship connection. I like reading books like that anyway.
Here are the books I read during Nov. - I can't even really pick a favorite I liked them all!


For Dec. I will be reading all Christmas books, of course!

Here are some books on my list -
The Magical Christmas Cat -  Lora Leigh, Nalini Singh, Erin McCarthy, and Linda Winstead Jones
Christmas in Sugarcreek - Shelley Shepard Gray 
The Christmas List - Richard Paul Evans
A Quaker Christmas - Lauralee Bliss, Ramona K Cecil, Rachel Phillips, Claire Sanders
Searching For Santa - Janet Dailey
The Christmas Cookie Club - Ann Pearlman
A Christmas Memory - Truman Capote
E-books -
North Pole High - Candace Jane Kringle -Finished
How To Host a Holiday - Kathleen Kitson - Finished
Blame it on the Mistletoe - Joyce Magnin
Only 15 Shopping Days Left -  Elizabeth Bevarly
Christmas Dog - Melody Carlson
The Wish - Francis Ray - Finished
A Christmas Homecoming - Maryann Diorio
A Simple Amish Christmas - Vannetta Chapman
The Last Noel - Michael Malone
Finding the Baby Jesus - Kimball Fisher - Finished

And that's not even all that I have! I have no idea how many I will have time for and which ones I will choose. If you have read some of these and highly recommend them please let me know. It will help me decide!

Giveaways still open! -
"A Quaker Christmas" - HERE 
"Avra'a God" - HERE 
"Unending Devotion" - HERE 


4 comments:

  1. You had a great reading month. I can't wait to get my hands on Forgotten.

    Wish you lots of luck with your December theme. I'm glad that it's gonna help you with the reading challenge ;)

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    1. Well, I had one of "those" weekends!
      The kind that if anything can go wrong it will!
      So still haven't mailed your book, its all packaged up just can't seem to make it to the PO.

      I love Christmas reading!

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  2. You're right, our lists are completely different! Although I have read The Christmas Cookie Club, I think you'll like that one.

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    1. It is amazing how many Christmas books there out there!

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