Here’s what I finished reading for Tarissa’s Literary Christmas Challenge this year (each title links back to my review):
- Finding Christ in Christmas by A. W. Tozer
- Homeless for the Holidays by P. S. Wells and Marsha Wright
- I’ll Be Home For Christmas: Four Inspirational Holiday Novellas by Lenora Worth, Belle Calhoune, Jill Kemerer, and Allie Pleiter
- Twelve Days at Bleakly Manor by Michelle Griep
- The Christmas Hirelings by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
- The Christmas Bride by Melanie Dobson
- The Christmas Heirloom: Four Holiday Novellas of Love through the Generations by Karen Witemeyer, Kristi Ann Hunter, Sarah Loudin Thomas, and Becky Wade
- Baby, It’s Cold Outside by Susan May Warren
I enjoyed them all, but my hands-down favorite was The Christmas Hirelings.
I didn’t end up reading everything on my original list. However, I did add a couple not on my original list that I received for free this month (can’t beat that!) I tended to read more from my Kindle app and listened to a couple on audiobook. My paper book reading was taken up by trying to finish a non-Christmas library book.
I did start Baby, It’s Cold Outside by Susan May Warren and will finish, but probably after the end of the year. Everything else I’ll save for next December.
Thanks, Tarissa, for hosting the challenge! I like to read a few Christmas books in December anyway, but it’s nice to link up with others doing the same thing and see what they’re reading.