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A Literary Christmas 2020

I’m joining in with Tarissa’s A Literary Christmas like I did a couple times a few years ago. I looked, and I think I did NO Christmas posts last year. What?! I’m hoping for many Christmas posts this year.

I have struggled to find Christmas books for adults in past challenges (I mean sans Hallmark ones), but I think I’ve found some resources to draw from for this year and next year anyway. I am trying some Hallmark authors I think. This is more a potential list than a set in stone TBR, so we shall see.

Hiddensee by Gregory Maguire
Christmas in London by Anita Hughes
The Man Who Invented Christmas by Les Standiford
A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote
Alaskan Holiday: A Novel by Debbie Macomber
It’s a Wonderful Christmas: The Best of the Holidays 1940-1965 by Susan Waggoner
Norman Rockwell’s Christmas book
Christmas at Fairacre by Miss Read
Christmas Treasury by Louisa May Alcott (I think a reread, I own this, and I think I read it years ago)
Christmas with Anne and Other Holiday Stories by L.M. Montgomery (reread, if I can buy it in time, our library seems to no longer have it)

6 Comments

    • Livia Rose

      Yes, I felt like I knew how to find good Christmas movies, but that I couldn’t really find lots of good Christmas books, I was surprised I could come up with a list this size, and I hope at least several are good.

  • Elizabeth

    You mentioned A Man Who Invented Christmas by Les Standiford (I haven’t read it so I have no idea if it’s related) Have you watched the movie The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017) Starring Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens?

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