So, for the first time ever, haha, I am doing a book haul! This is my Holiday Reading Haul, all the books I want to get to over the next 2 ...

Holiday Reading Haul!

So, for the first time ever, haha, I am doing a book haul! This is my Holiday Reading Haul, all the books I want to get to over the next 2 ½ weeks while I’m on break from school. 😊

Yeah, I know. I’m a little crazy. :p

A few of these are from my family’s personal collection, but most are from the library I work at (all the ones with the stickers on the spine). I also want to read The Girl from Everywhere, which Skye recommended and I bought on my kindle… I don’t even know how long ago. :p I’m not under any delusions that I’ll actually finish all of these, but, as I am both overly ambitious and mildly insane, I hope to at least make a dent in the pile.

For those titles you can’t see very well, Princess Ben by Catherine Gilbert Murdock is on top, The Nest by Kenneth Oppel and Between the Lines by Jody Picoult and Samantha van Leer are on the bottom right, and A List of Cages by Robin Roe and Girls Like Me by Lola St. Vil are on the middle left side. I’m about halfway through Princess Ben and so far, I absolutely love it. 😊

What do you plan to do on your break? Any book recs to share? (because I’m not drowning in these at all, mm-mm, not me). Haha, hope you all have a lovely Christmas, and I’ll see you at the end of December for 2017's final Posts of the Week compilation!

PS: I didn’t do a really Christmasy post this year, but last year, I did one on the true meaning of the Christmas spirit. If you’re a little out of holiday jollity this year, just not feeling it with the lights and the music and traditions, etc., please check out the post. I do hope it will refresh you. :)

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  1. Oooh. I've been meaning to read A List of Cages and The Lost Girl of Astor Street (though the second is a bit harder to get).

    I envy how you're able to read during the holidays. I had to stop borrowing books from the library because I'm "slightly" behind on my assignments :-((

    I don't really have many plans for the holidays. Just mainly finishing stuff and eating food and basically staying at home. I hope you have a nice Christmas. <3

    1. Oh, cool! I plan to do reviews on all of them later this month. :)

      Aw, that's rough. :( Hope you were able to catch up though! And maybe even get a little reading done?

      Haha, sounds like a good plan to me! Thank you! <3 Hope you did too! :D

  2. YOU'RE READING WINGFEATHERS! *tackle hugs* YESSSSSS! That's one of my favorite book series of all time. <3

    The Lost Girl of Astor Street is pretty incredible too. <3 Have a Merry Christmas, and enjoy reading all those books!

    1. *hugs back* Sure am!! I'd read the first book before, but never finished the series. I'm hoping to be able to read the whole thing... sometime this year, haha. Not sure exactly when, but I'm gonna try!

      Thank you!!! Hope you had a merry Christmas as well! <3

  3. Stephanie's book is AMAZING!!!

    Princess Ben and A List of Cages sound intriguing. Would like to know more about them.

    We don't do Christmas, but we are also kinda snowed in, so I haven't been working much. I want to make myself a bright pink flannel rag lap quilt next week!!!!! So warm and cozy, and pink :D

    1. I plan to do reviews on all of them later this month, so you'll at least get to hear my opinion. :)

      Oooh, yeah, I saw the picture on your blog! It looks really comfy!

  4. I haven't read 'North, or be Eaten' in years, but the last time I read it I absolutely loved it. It's so hilarious, but I'm not sure if it was because I was in middle school or not. *shrugs* Would like to know how A List of Cages is, sounds interesting :)

    1. I'm 20, and I still found the Wingfeathers amusing! It's just a really clever, witty style!

      Stay tuned for the reviews then! :)


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