Currently Reading Week 20

Posted November 12, 2017 by Zeee in Currently Reading | 6 Comments

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Sharing my thoughts on this weeks’ reads

Hello all! It’s been an awesome couple of weeks and I was able to read themed books for Halloween! But now that I am currently reading Christmas themed books, I am having a VERY, VERY hard time and I’m not loving anything that I am picking up! Eeep!

I am also still reading some of the books that I had from last week since I had to stop them while I read for Halloween and now for Christmas. But you know what, I may be picking them up again just because Christmas is NOT doing anything for me. Oh, and before I forget, I am hosting a Bingo Challenge for #HoHoHoRAT and you can learn more about that here.

Also, because I am having a hard time with the Christmas books I picked, I am rereading Twas the Night After Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries.

I’m sorry, I just can’t get into this story. I’m not liking the heroine AND the hero at all. Gaaaah!

For Review

Purchased or Gifted

Got this surprise in the mail from Avon!

Freebies

  • Cait at Paper Fury tells us how to write a perfect book review (seriously an amazing post)
  • Shannon at It Starts at Midnight shares books published in 2017 that bummed her
  • Kim at Caffeinated Reviewer is hosting the HoHoHo Read-A-Thon! (hint: there are challenges and giveaways)
  • Jaime at The Perpetual Page-Turner shares tips on how to make winter suck less (I love winter, but it doesn’t snow here in LA so…)
  • Kristen at Metaphors and Moonlight talks about separating the book from the author (I do not support authors who behave badly to their fans, readers, and reviewers or authors who break the law)

Do you love reading Holiday themed books?

What are your favorite Christmas books? PLEASE, I need new recs!


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6 responses to “Currently Reading Week 20

  1. I have only read Callihan’s contemporaries. Maybe I should check out her other books. Clayton is always a good read for me. She is hilarious and a good rom-com always hits the spot (which is why I love Penny Reid so much! Hope you like Neanderthal). Interested to see what you think of the new Gibson. She is hit or miss for me. I have loved some, and been indifferent towards others. Yes! I do enjoy holiday books, though Christmas seems to be the dominate holiday. I am had to find a non-christmas holiday book to read for a challenge, and it was not easy, but I did it. Happy reading!
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    • I haven’t read Rachel Gibson before so I’m pretty excited to start. I got the first book in her Chinooks series yesterday for 99 cents so I may read that first before reading her latest one 🙂