This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little but a Lot.
December is peak sitting by the fire and getting cosy season. These books would be fantastic to curl up with by the fire and read while you’re enjoying a cup of hot chocolate.
This book did not fit any of my challenge criteria.
On a grey London day, Esme’s world crumbles around her when she loses her glitzy job on a top TV programme, her gorgeous, city-slicker boyfriend and her stunning apartment, all in one fell swoop just before Christmas.
Esme is forced suddenly to move back to her sleepy home town of Sandchester, and despite the snow blanketing the roof and the fairy lights that twinkle in her rustic little cottage, everything is looking bleak. That is until she reconnects with an old crush and finds herself unexpectedly getting swept away.
The 12 Days of Christmas is one of the world’s most popular Christmas carols, and a lovely traditional song at Yuletide. It’s not among my favourites, but I do like listening to it whenever it comes on the radio – or my Christmas Spotify playlist.
This tag originated on You Tube and was created by Lizzie Loves Books. It’s such a lovely way to ring in the season, and you won’t be able to get the song out of your head for days.
This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday, run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
When December rolls around, there’s simply no escaping the festive season. It’s definitely time to pull out the Christmas jumpers, pour some mulled wine, and curl up on the couch with some yuletide reading.
I love ringing in the festive season with some Christmas-inspired reading. It’s such a cosy way to mark my favourite holiday.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
Christmas is the time for giving, for sure. If you’re in any way connected to a bookworm, there’s a plethora of books you could put in their Christmas stocking. Whether you’re stuck for a Secret Santa idea, or you just want to give them some new reading material, these books are the perfect gift idea. I’m sure your beloved bookworm would love to see these underneath the tree on the 25th.