Guess what's back! I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a verifiable shitshow, and that means we need something lighthearted and fun to end the year. So I'm bringing back the 12 Books of Christmas Reading Challenge. To see all the rules and sign up, just click here.
I'm working full time and still proofreading and still trying to be an average wife and mother, so I'm honestly only shooting for Elf Status this year. As much as I want to read 12 cheesy Christmas romances this year, the ones that I've already read for proofreading purposes don't count (because it's against my own rules!) and I just can't count on having that kind of time available to me. But I still have so many Christmas books I want to read, so in spite of knowing I won't read many of them, I'm going to give you a list of several of the possibilities.
The Christmas Keeper by Jenn McKinlay
Christmas in Harmony Harbor by Debbie Mason
An Amish Christmas Kitchen by Leslie Gould, Jan Drexler, and Kate Lloyd
White Christmas Wedding by Celeste Winters
And here are some holiday romances that I recommend, because I've read them recently.
When the Wind Chimes by Mary Ting
Seabreeze Christmas by Jan Moran
The Christmas Spirit by Alexandrea Weis
The Magic Ingredient by Lindy Miller
So will you be joining me in the challenge this year? - Katie