Murder For Christmas by Francis Duncan | DNF Review

Why’d I Pick This Book To Read? Murder For Christmas by Francis Duncan basically interested me because it’s a vintage Christmas mystery. I loved the cover. Vintage things do sort of interest me. Also, I just really love reading books about Christmas. I thought this would be a nice break from all of the Christmas […]

My New Crush Gave to Me by Shani Petroff | Book Review

My New Crush Gave To Me by Shani Petroff is basically what I wanted out of a holiday YA romance book. Unfortunately it has kind of ruined other books for me. I mean, now that I am getting into reading other holiday books after this one, I find myself irritated. They aren’t as snappy or […]

Merry And Bright by Debbie Macomber | Book Review

Merry And Bright by Debbie Macomber  for SURE is a fun Christmas read. Sure, it’s a little bit cheesy. It’s a little bit on the gentle/innocent side. I actually really liked it though. It had all of the elements that I come to expect and look forward to in a holiday romance except for adult […]

A Bella Flora Christmas by Wendy Wax | Novella Review

A Bella Flora Christmas by Wendy Wax is a SUPER quick Christmas novella that I read entirely out of context. This novella is part of a larger series called Ten Beach Road. I have read basically none of the other books in the series. I will say that did affect my perception of this novella […]

A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig | Audiobook Review

A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig was just the PERFECT audiobook to put me in a cheerful, Christmas sort of mood. I am so glad that I downloaded it on a whim from Volumes. It’s the sort of audiobook that is good for the whole family. It’s one that I could really see being […]

The Holidays: Choose Your Own Misery by Mike MacDonald & Jilly Gagnon | Book Review

Remember back when you were in grade school and the Choose Your Own Adventure books were the HIT of the school library? So, the writers of The Onion have decided to jump on the nostalgia train and have this series of books called Choose Your Own Misery. Of course, like the Choose Your Own Adventure books, […]