Christmas Challenge 2013

SO my favourite time of the year is soon approaching. Yes I’m talking about Christmas. I LOVE it. The food, the parties, the decorations, did I mention the food? Plus everyone is always in a better mood.  And with Christmas comes Christmas books! yes my favourite. I am very excited. So where do I look for my Christmas book news? Chicklit Chloe always has the most up-to-date news. I always get excited at this time of year and Chloe’s site is the first place I go to find all of this years releases. Which Christmas books are you most looking forward to? Personally its I heart Christmas by Lindsey Kelk and Christmas at Claridges by Karen Swan.



I have decided this year that I am going to set myself  a Christmas Reading Challenge. I aim to read a minimum of 4 Christmas books before the end of the year. I have blog tours and a few other books to read before the year is out so I think this is a reasonable target. If i can read more, then that will be excellent. Fancy joining in? I’ll be keeping you updated with my progress on my twitter account using #christmasreadingchallenge.


I have already read 4 books so I am upping my challenge to 8 before the end of December.


Just a quick post to say Merry Christmas to you all and to give an update on my christmas reading challenge.

I managed to exceed my first challenge of 4 books and my second target of 8 books.

I excluded Christmas at Claridge’s by Karen Swan as only a small part of it was at christmas time, it was however a great book.

This leaves a total of 9 Christmas books which I am very happy about.

Hope you all have a wonderful day and get everything you wish for.

Merry Christmas!

Click the links below for the reviews.

Miracle on Regent Street by Ali Harris

A Vintage Christmas by Ali Harris

I Heart Christmas by Lindsey Kelk

Coming Home for Christmas by Jenny Hale

The Gift by Karli Perrin

A Cinderella Christmas by Holly Kingston

His Favourite Inconvinience by Sydney Strand

The Night Before Christmas by Scarlett Bailey

Christmas at the Gingerbread Cafe by Rebecca Rasin

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