Thursday, August 13, 2009

2009 Christmas / Holiday Reading List Anyone?


I always look forward to a few holiday reads to get me into the spirit of the season. So while browsing for some "coming soon" holiday titles, I was shocked to find new 27 titles.....and there are probably more that I missed.

Do any of these appeal to you?

  1. A Perfect Christmas; Debbie Macomber (9/2009)
  2. The Winter Man; Diana Palmer (9/2009)
  3. Lakeshore Christmas; Susan Wiggs (9/2009)
  4. The Christmas List; Richard Paul Evans (10/2009)
  5. The Christmas Promise; Anne Perry (10/2009)
  6. The Christmas Secret; Donna Van Liere (10/2009)
  7. A Week in December; Sebastian Faulks (10/2009)
  8. The Christmas Dog; Melody Carlson (10/2009)
  9. Christmas Jars Reunion; Jason Wright (10/2009)
  10. Penny's Christmas Jar Miracle; Jason Wright (10/2009)
  11. A Creed Country Christmas; Linda Miller (10/2009)
  12. Angel Time; Anne Rice (10/2009)
  13. Home for Christmas; Andrew Greeley (10/2009)
  14. Home in Time for Christmas; Heather Graham (10/2009)
  15. Plum Pudding Murder; Joanne Fluke (10/2009)
  16. You Better Not Cry; Augusten Burroughs (10/2009)
  17. Holiday Grind; Cleo Coyle (11/1009)
  18. The Gift; Cecelia Ahearn (11/2009)
  19. Merry Merry Ghost; Carolyn Hart (11/2009)
  20. The Body in the Sleigh; Katherine Page (11/2009)
  21. Santa in a Stetson; Janet Daily (11/2009)
  22. Matchless: A Christmas Story; Gregory Maguire (11/2009)
  23. Angel Lane; Sheila Roberts (11/2009)
  24. A Blue and Gray Season; Joan Medlicott (11/2009)
  25. Knit the Season; Kate Jacobs (11/2009)
  26. A Wish for Christmas; Thomas Kincade (11/2009)
  27. A Quilter's Holiday; Jennifer Chiaverini (11/2009)
Can anyone add more holiday titles to this list? I'm looking for a few more mysteries.

14 comments:

  1. The Tavern At Maple Street by Sharon Owens is a lovely Christmas book. I read it last Christmas and it was lovely.

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  2. LOL, you beat me to the punch! I've been thinking about this too, becasue I LOVE Christmas books!

    27?!? I shall be in Heaven! (though I"m suspicious of the Christmas Jars Reunion...what will that be about?)

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  3. I love Holiday reading!
    I've been wanting to read "Knit the Season" since I first saw in on Amazon, but I haven't even read the previous books by Kate Jacobs, so I'll have to wait a little!

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  4. Oh I love Christmas/Holiday reads. Thanks for the listing of coming novels.

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  5. Oh no! I need to get through back-to-school before I can think about holidays - LOL!

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  6. I'm looking forward to reading "The Gift" by Cecelia Ahern. I'm an Ahern fan- she's young (my age!!!!) yet so accomplished in women's fiction, my favourite genre. Currently her book "A Place Called Here" is on my TBR list.

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  7. There are several authors on there that I love!! Can't wait to read some of these when the snow starts to fall!!

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  8. Oh my, I did not know Kate Jacobs had a new one coming out. I'll have to look into that one. Other than that I have a pile of Debbie Macomber Christmas ones I intend to read this Christmas finally.

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  9. I might try Matchless when it comes out.

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  10. We Wish You a Merry Murder is by Valerie Woltzein, since you are looking for mysteries. I haven't read it yet, so I can't comment on it's being good or not.

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  11. Oh no, I found at least 5 on that list that I must have. Right now I have 2 bookcase shelves full of Christmas books. Do I really need more? YES!

    I'm going to have to read through all these comments and find more to add to my list.

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  12. Wow, that's quite the list. I haven't made a holiday reading list yet, although I'm tempted. My only problem is that my ever growing TBR list is in the way... sort of. =)

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  13. May I recommend "Decked with Folly" by Kate Kingsbury. It is a mystery, part of a special Christmas series, like Anne Perry, and absolutely enjoyable. I read the rest of her series because I enjoyed the christmas books so much.

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