To slightly paraphrase the philosopher Joey Tribbiani, Christmas is a time for giving and receiving and having and sharing. For me, it’s for sure a time of books. I take part in a couple of Secret Santa swaps every Christmas, and there’s also the chance to stock my shelves up thanks to the vouchers from my parents. Of course, I also treat myself to a final payday of the year treat.
At Christmas I was pretty fortunate to receive some really great books. I even found some books I’ve been waiting to read all year. Seems my family and friends know me incredibly well.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little but a Lot.
It’s the last weekend of the year before Christmas, and I always really love this time of year. I’m always with my family by now, sitting on my couch with the cats and some delicious food.
I try not to be too materialistic, but there are of course some things I would love to find under the Christmas tree on the 25th.
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.
This month, Tag Thursday almost synched up with my birthday – my birthday will actually be next Thursday. So, I thought it would be the ideal time to do the Birthday Book Tag. This lovely tag was created by Antonia from Always Books, and it’s a great way to share your thoughts about your life so far while celebrating your birthday and your reading days to come.
For a book blogger, I can be pretty poor at sharing what books I’ve got. That’s something I really need to change in 2019, and I aim to start it now.
Yes, I’m very aware those are famous last words. Especially since it’s something I promised before. Hopefully, this time I will actually keep to my word. Mainly because when I see how many books there are here, I’ll be spurred on to do this a lot more often.