Literary Christmas Reading Challenge 2019

A Literary Christmas: Reading Challenge // inthebookcase.blogspot.comTarissa of In the Bookcase hosts the Literary Christmas Reading Challenge each year in November and December. The basic idea is to read Christmas books! Since I like to read Christmas books in December anyway, this challenge was a nice fit. The details of the challenge are here.

One of the requirements of the challenge is to write a post expressing our intent to participate and sharing what we’ll be reading.

I have these books on hand and hope to read as many of them as possible:

6 thoughts on “Literary Christmas Reading Challenge 2019

  1. Oh my — that’s so many! I read a Christmas book this year, but sadly it was a bust. I do like the idea of reading Christmas-y books to get more “into” the season. Maybe I’ll give it another try …

  2. Oooh, I didn’t know Terri Blackstock wrote a Christmas book! On my TBR wishlist it goes 🙂

    I do read a few Christmas books during November and December, and I love participating in the Literary Christmas challenge! I think this is my third year with it.

  3. Hello and welcome to A Literary Christmas, Barbara! It’s always a joy to see your holiday booklist. You’ve chosen some excellent titles! I think the only one I’ve read myself is A Christmas by the Sea (which I enjoyed), but the others see like they should be good. Can’t wait to hear more about your thoughts about each of them.

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  5. Great Christmas book list! I have read a few of the books you listed and can’t wait to read your reviews. Merry Christmas!

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