Thursday, December 6, 2012

Book Blogger Hop - 12/6 to 12/13


Hosted this week by Julie of Anglers Rest

Question of the Week:

We are well into the Festive season, so what is your favorite festive reading?

My Answer:

Well.....bah humbug for me.  I really do not read Christmas books or any seasonal books for that matter.

I hope we get some good answers from Book Blogging Christmas Elves.   :)

Hopefully I will be sparked by a wonderful title.

THANKS for the interesting question, Julie.

14 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Looking forward to everyone's answers.

Good Question, Julie.

Alexia561 said...

Guess I'm another humbug, as I don't really read Christmas books either. They're usually too sappy and sweet for my tastes, but will be curious to see what everyone else thinks!

Jane of The Jewels said...

Same for me now that my children are grown.

Pat @ Post For Now said...

My answer is similar!

Annette said...

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Ruth Cox said...

Oh, Elizabeth! I do hope you check out my recommendation for the festive reading as it is not the usual fare.

Julie @ Anglers Rest said...

Actually, I don't really read anything festive either and I am a bah humbug, much to my huuby's frustration!

I will share at Anglers Rest a festive book as part of the Geneabloggers Advent Calendar, so pop by Anglers Rest over the weekend!

bermudaonion said...

I do enjoy sappy books during the holidays but can't think of any that have stuck with me over the years.

misfortuneofknowing said...

Yeah, my taste doesn't change to get into the spirit of different holidays, but I try to cycle through children's books that have appropriate messages for my kids. This month, because of the overemphasis on presents this time of year, a favorite children's book in our house is Patrick McDonnell's "The Gift of Nothing."

Nikki said...

I'm the same! Most Christmas books seem to be chick-lit, which is not my cup of tea.

Pat @ Post For Now said...

Just hopping around - thinking about the next book I should read! Thanks for following!

o said...

I always *mean* to read Christmas books, but the most I ever manage is A Christmas Carol! :)

bookmarkedpages said...

I'm sure people will have interesting answers :)

Eponine said...

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a classic and I plan on reading it this year :) I'm also hoping to read The Mansion...I actually don't know the authors name but it's a very touching story about the true meaning of Christmas :)