Tarissa of In the Bookcase hosts the Literary Christmas Reading Challenge each year in November and December. The basic idea is to read Christmas books!
I didn’t get to all the books I would have liked, but I enjoyed finished these (titles link back to my reviews):
- Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock
- Christmas Stitches: A Historical Romance Collection: 3 Stories of Women Sewing Hope and Love Through the Holidays by Judith Miller, Nancy Moser, and Stephanie Grace Whitson
- Till Morning Is Nigh: A Wortham Family Christmas by Leisha Kelly
- Yuletide Treasure, two novellas by Lauraine Snelling and Jillian Hart
I started Good Tidings of Great Joy: A Collection of Christmas Sermons by Charles Spurgeon but am only about halfway through. I thought I could read a short section at a time, like a devotional book. I could, but I just didn’t get as much from the sermon until I read each one as a whole. Since they’re a bit long, I’m having to wait til Saturdays when I have a bit more time to read them in one sitting.
I always enjoy reading Christmas books in December. It’s even more fun to do so with this challenge. Than you, Tarissa, for hosting it!
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You got to read some excellent holiday titles! They all looked so interesting.
Thanks for taking part in my Christmas challenge! 😀