Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells....Holiday Books for 2010 are Here!



Are you a seasonal reader like me?

What I mean is, I know some book lovers are seasonal readers:  summer themed books - get read only in summer; spooky ghost stories only in fall and of course Christmas type books only around the holidays. 

Well I think it is a bit early, but not to early to place your orders or library reserves on some new 2010 holiday books.  Here are a few I came across - I'm not sure if I'll read too many, but at least one holiday mystery for sure.


How about some Christmas Books for the Little Ones ?

19 comments:

  1. It might seem early, but it will be here before you know it.

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  2. I read a M C Bean Hamish Christmas mystery last year. I rather enjoyed it.
    I don't normally read Christmas books, unless you count reading aloud A Christmas Carol to anyone who will listen (usually my son).

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  3. It sneaks on one and then its too late to do all what you want to do.

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  4. Yay! I always have trouble finding holiday inspired reads, so your list is wonderful to me. Thanks for sharing these!

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  5. Thanks for the list! I like to read a holiday book or two during the season. And, I already have an audiobook waiting on my iPod. :)

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  6. Oh, we better start putting our tree up!

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  7. I took part in a christmas reading challenge last year and found it really hard to get hold of books as I didn't particularly want to buy most of them and our library had little in the way of such books. Thanks for recommending these, if I decide to take part in the challege this year your list will be very useful.

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  8. A Darcy Christmas sounds enjoyable!

    Great lists, Diane!

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  9. What a great list! Thanks for the info.

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  10. I think I will definitely try Debbie Macomber :)

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  11. Diane, thanks for producing this list! I can't wait to read some of them especially Sheila Roberts Christmas Book-I love her stories!!

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  12. I don't ONLY read seasonally, but I do love to throw in a few. Thanks for the heads up with a great list.

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  13. I'm not a seasonal reader - except for Christmas books. I thank you so much for the list. I'm going to click on them to see what I want to read. Many of the titles and authors are very appealing. I like to begin my Christmas reading in October.

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  14. Thanks for scoping out the holiday territory! I love reading seasonally!

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  15. Already?? Ha!Ha! I have a few of those off the big people list!

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  16. I've never read holiday themed books around the holiday. But I do have a few scary ones that I am going to read before Halloween this year!

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  17. No no no no no!! I don't accept this post. I'm returning it! It is only SEPTEMBER!

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  18. Of course, I had to put two of these on my wishlist :o)

    Glad you posted these!

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  19. I did a post on upcoming holiday books on my Christmas blog during Christmas in July. There are some really good ones coming out. I hope to get my hands on a few!

    I hosted a Christmas Reading Challenge last year and I'm going to have it again this year. It usually starts the day after Thanksgiving and goes until the end of December. This year I'm going to extend it until Twelfth night (epiphany). I love holiday reading!

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