Blogmas Day 10: My Festive Reading Selection at Hertford Library


Good Morning Lovelies, 

It is officially the most fun, festive and perfect time to cosy up with a book time of the year. Head to Hertford Library to discover these must-reads this December on my display now or pick them up in your local library for endless hours of fun. 

I hope you all like my selection! I will leave it to you to decide which one to read first lovelies…

The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern: Love the film It’s a Wonderful Life? Well, before the hit creation came to be, this was the book that made it so. Discover the wonderful world of the beloved characters as they were before the feature was released this Christmas. 

One Day In December by Josie Silver: What would you do if your best friend fell for the person you thought was your soulmate? Told over many December days, the trio in this novel will have your heart racing, aching and feeling festive throughout. 

The Christmas Orphans Club by Becca Freeman: If you love shows like Friends and Will and Grace then you will love this book. Growing up, two orphans meet two more orphans, forming an undying friendship. You will be arranging a Christmas party with your friends before you know it. 

The Therapy Crouch by Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy: Worried about how you and your partner may cope this Christmas? Read up on how Abbey and Peter deal with it through weekly wines and open discussions. 

Just Like Magic by Sarah Hogle: Whilst her followers believer she has the most amazing life in reality Bettie is broke and unable to support herself. Something her family has no clue about. With the magic of Christmas in the air and a new love interest on the tree, she may just about to have her luck changed. After becoming a huge hit on Tik Tok, this book is a modern Christmas classic.

Why Mummy Drinks At Christmas by Gill Simms: The fantastic books from Gill Simms are always open and honest when it comes to parenting. This December, her recount of dealing with all the family festivities will have parents laughing a lot. You may even see a few parts of yourself in her. 

The Christmas Movie Cookbook by Julia Rutland: Ever wanted to eat the festive foods you see on screen each year? The famous Elf pasta. The honeyed ham in Christmas With The Kranks. Kevin’s bowls of ice cream and sweets. Well, this helpful cookbook will have you whipping them up in no time at all. 

Murder On The Christmas Express by Alexandra Benedict: If you are more of a Christmas thriller fan than this is for you. Mixing the classic Agatha Christie’s classic with a modern festive tale, you won’t be able to put it down. 

The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher: Dinosaurs at Christmas are a must! Who doesn’t love a heartwarming story for all the family. Tom Fletcher has made the perfect feel good modern family classic. 

The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan: After returning home to help her family, a young woman is faced with not just dealing with the drama she faces but theirs too. As well as discovering the drama that can be had amongst the pages in the bookshop she begins to run. 

Book of the Month: The Christmas Swap by Talia Samuels: When a high flying businesswoman splits up from her partner after years of being together, she decides to go Christmas alone. Until she meets someone who may just be the one. If Christmas isn’t about spreading the love then I don’t know when is! 

I feel like the festive collection is one full of love and laughter. Perfection for every day of December. As always, I would love to know what you are reading. Please let me know on the social media pages or in the comments below lovelies! 

Joey X

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