This month I read 12 books, which isn't horrible, but I also was still finishing a lot of books for October I got for Halloween and didn't have time to finish. So this month felt like I read a mix of Halloween and Christmas-themed books, with some YA fantasy and non-fiction thrown into there. Very … Continue reading Reading Wrap-up: November, 2019
Things are hectic at my house, with the holidays and selling my house, so I didn't have a post planned for today. But, since it's Christmas Eve, I thought I'd share my favorite Christmas poem with you. If you aren't Christian, you probably won't care for it, but it's my personal favorite! For reference, Longfellow … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Christmas Eve is exactly two weeks away from today (Monday, Dec. 10), so I thought I'd do a few book tags this month. Unfortunately, I have searching for some good ones for weeks and had yet to find any I liked, mostly because the questions were pretty generic and ones I've answered multiple times (like … Continue reading Christmas Songs Book Tag
“Are ye the ghosts of fallen leaves, O flakes of snow,For which, through naked trees, the winds A-mourning go?” ― John Banister Tabb
This will be the first of many Christmas/winter themes books I will be reading, both this month and probably for the rest of winter. I don't what it is about winter that makes me want to read books set in cold places. Anyway, I was drawn to this book both because of its cover and … Continue reading Book Review: Winterfrost by Michelle Houts