BLOGMAS: 8 Holiday Books I Want To Read

BLOGMAS: 8 Holiday Books I Want To Read

Love my wooden floor snowman! He even has twinkle lights!

Starting around mid November and lasting through mid January, the only books I want to read are holiday books. Everything else on my To Read List gets pushed aside and I welcome alllllll the holiday books!

I’m Jewish but you wouldn’t know it by my love of ALL THINGS CHRISTMAS. Christmas music, Christmas movies, Christmas EVERYTHING! I just love this time of year so, so much. And the books I read reflect that love! Give me a feel good Christmas book and I’m allllll in. Bonus if it includes a small town romance! Interestingly enough, this is the only time of year that I seek out books in the romance genre.

This year is a bit different because rather than reading a bunch of holiday books from different authors, I have found 1 holiday book series that I am LOVING and want to read them all now! So from mid November to mid January, I will be spending all of my time in the beautiful fictional town of Addison, Connecticut reading THESE BOOKS. I’m currently on Book #3 and I’m ABSOLUTELY LOVING THIS BOOK SERIES!

Now that being said, there are a bunch of other holiday books currently out that I would love to read…and I already have them on Holiday 2022 Reading List!

Here are 8 holiday books that I have on my To Read list for next year’s holiday season (but if you want to read them now, they are all currently available). Click the photos below to take you directly to Amazon where you can read the book synopsis and buy your copy through my affiliate link! When you purchase through this link, the cost is the exact same to you but I receive a tiny percentage of the sale. Thank you for your support of Book Coffee Happy!

8 Holiday Books I Want to Read:

Have you read any of these books? Which holiday books are your favorites? Any others that I should add to my list? I know I’ve mentioned it so many times before but I absolutely love THIS SERIES!

Blogmas 2021 Posts:

12/1: Welcome to Blogmas 2021 {Video}!

12:2: BLOGMAS: Birthday Giveaway {Amazon Gift Card}!

12/3: BLOGMAS Book Review: One Day in December {Josie Silver}

12/4: BLOGMAS: My Birthday Visit to Barnes and Noble!

12/5: BLOGMAS: 3 Library Books I Recently Returned Without Reading

12/6: BLOGMAS Book Review: The Christmas Wedding {James Patterson}

12/7: BLOGMAS: (Non Holiday) Book Review: Other People’s Children {R.J. Hoffmann}

12/8: BLOGMAS: I Bought 5 New Books!



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3 thoughts on “BLOGMAS: 8 Holiday Books I Want To Read

  1. Great list!
    I really loved In “The Twelve Dates of Christmas” and “The Matzah Ball”, they were some of last years BOTMs.

    I’d recommend also David Sedaris – “Holidays on Ice.” There’s a copy at my parents’ house and I end up rereading it when I visit them every year. It’s still hilarious.

    Cheers, greeting cards


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