Tuesday, December 19, 2023

Top Ten Tuesday: Last Ten Christmas Books I Have Read

 


 



Welcome to this week's edition of Top Ten Tuesday which is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week the them

e is Books I Hope Santa Brings/Bookish Wishes. I don't usually get anything other than cookbooks for Christmas so instead I am sharing the last ten Christmassy books I have read. 






The Christmas Swap by Sandy Barker
- Last year I shared ten Christmas books on my Kindle that I hadn't yet read. This is the only one that I have since read, and that was just over the last few days!! And yes, I have added more!

Christmas Feasts and Treats by Donna Hay - I was given this cookbook a couple of days ago and I have flicked through and picked out a few things to try





The Secret History of Christmas by Bill Bryson - I listened to this on audio and thoroughly enjoyed it. So much so, my husband and I then listened to it together in the car the week after!!

The Christmas Love Letters by Sue Moorcroft - I enjoyed this book about family secrets being revealed at Christmas (my review)





In the Greek Midwinter by Mandy Baggot - I've never thought of Athens as a Christmas destination, but this book could have influenced me to think otherwise (my review)


Celebrations in Bellbird Bay by Maggie Christensen - This is the latest entry in the Bellbird Bay series (my review)





Finding Love at the Christmas Markets by Jo Thomas - If there is one author who I might choose to fit another Christmas read in by it would be Jo Thomas!

Hogfather by Terry Pratchett - Listening to this audio has become a Christmas tradition for me. I am currently listening to this one after listening to it for the last two years.





The Great Christmas Cook Off by Helen Buckley - This was a lot of fun to read! Think Celebrity Bake Off at Christmas time (my review


Midnight in the Snow by Karen Swan - I really need to get back to reading Karen Swan


Do you like reading Christmas themed books?






22 comments:

  1. The Secret History of Christmas sounds super fun.

    Here is my Top Ten Tuesday post.

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  2. This was really fun! I have been in the holiday romance mood, so I will have to look at these closer. I have mostly been reading holiday romance anthologies this year so far.

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    1. I need to read some anthologies. I have a couple on my Kindle!

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  3. I do like reading Christmas themed books but you know I haven't read any of these. And yes adding more Kindle books sure is a rabbit hole to fall in.

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  4. I like your twist on this weeks topic. I don't read a lot of Christmas-themed books. Oh, I'll have to check out that Bill Bryson one, I've read a few of his books and really enjoyed them.

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    1. It was really good! Now I am looking for another one that my husband and I can listen to together!

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  5. Cookbooks are great for Christmas presents too! Cindy-Cindysbookcorner.blogspot.com

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  6. Adding Hogfather and The Secret History of Christmas to my reading list right now! Thank you.

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  7. I thought this was going to be a list I hadn't read anything from but I have read the Karen Swan!

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  8. Nice, seasonal selections. Enjoy them all. The Bill Bryson book looks really fun--I'll try to get it. Thanks

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  9. The Bill Bryson book looks fun. I'd never heard of it before, so thanks for the heads-up!

    Happy TTT!

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  10. I need to read a Terry Pratchett book someday. I hope you have a great Christmas!

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  11. I've shared this on the Virtual Advent Tour for the 23rd. Thanks for offering it as a bonus post -- and for the two others you penned, as well! Several of these books are on my TBR list, but I'd never heard of Jo Thomas. I'll be on the lookout for her next December!

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