Tuesday, November 30, 2021

What I'm Reading Next (51)


December is such a struggle when it comes to reading.  Well, at least for me it is.  It's two-fold. I want to read all the holiday books, but I never have enough time! You know how it is during the holiday season. 

However, I am starting on things a bit earlier this year, so I am *hoping* I will have more time to relax and read this year.  Maybe it's wishful thinking? What about you? Do you find time to read during the holidays?  Here's what I hope to read this month:


All the Holiday Books

All of the holiday books I mentioned in this post



Jane and the Year Without a Summer by Stephanie Barron

This Jane Austen mystery comes out in Febraury. I am reading it ahead of time for a blog tour. I love reading Jane Austen themed novels year round, but there's something special about reading it over the holidays.



Never Fall For Your Fiancee by Virginia Heath 

I meant to read this novel last month, but never had the chance. I hear it's a great start to a historical rom-com series.  Have you read it? Let me know your thoughts.

Just Haven't Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens

I was also hoping to read this book last month, but didn't get around to it. This novel ask the question what if you pick up the wrong suitcase in the airport only to fall head over heels with its owner? Sounds perfect for the holidays!

The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

This book has been on many best of 2021 lists and it's been collecting dust on my shelf. Maybe I will find time to read it before the year ends? *fingers crossed* Have you read it?



A Man of Honor by Barbara Taylor Bradford 

This is a prequel to the bestselling novel A Woman of Substance, which came out in the late 70s. I am hoping that I don't need to read the first book in order to appreciate this historical saga.   

What books do you hope to read this month? Let me know in the comments below.


  1. The new Sophie Cousens book sounds so cute!

    1. Right?! I can't wait to read it. I didn't read her first book, which everyone seems to love, so I am really curious about this one! Thanks for visiting!

  2. I find I read less when we're off for the holidays - our daughter is home from school, we have outings planned, etc. I'll need to get my reading in before Christmas!

    1. Me too! It's hard to find the time. I hope we do! Thanks for visiting, Michele!


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