Holiday Reading List (Blogmas Day 19)


When I think of the Holidays, one of my favourite things to look forward to is curling up by the fireplace with a cozy blanket, tea, and a good book.

I’ve been a bookworm since before I could even read – I’m so happy that my parents raised me with an immense love of reading. I used to devour books like a bottomless pit, especially in elementary school.

Lately I’ve found it difficult to make the time to read, with everything I’ve got on the go. For me it’s either “devour the book in 1 day” or “barely touch it and read it slowly over 1 month.” This year, I’ve made it a holiday goal to read more, and re-fall in love with books. Reading fills me with so much joy, especially when you find that book that touches your heart, and changes your life  – an English professor once taught me the best kind of books touch your soul, and change a tiny piece of it. Those are the books that should be cherished.

Currently, I’m reading:


So far, I’m really liking this book. It’s incredibly interesting, and a fascinating combination of science fiction, and astrology. Even if you aren’t an astrology fan, it’s a truly interesting read.

Here are some books on my current reading list that I hope to read soon:

holiday book list collage


  1. December 19, 2015 / 10:13 pm

    Though it’s gotten some mixed reviews, I thought We Were Liars was a unique, surprising, and heartbreaking read. I recently read my first Patrick Ness book (The Knife of Never Letting Go) and thought it was pretty great. I look forward to reading more by him. I’m curious to know how you like Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon. I’m still a little on the fence about reading it.

    • December 19, 2015 / 10:20 pm

      Thank you for your comment! I head that as well about We Were Liars, but definitely want to read it for myself! I haven’t read Everything Everything, but it sounds interesting! I might do mini reviews of books starting on my blog soon, if I read it, I’ll definitely post one! 🙂

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