Every year, sometimes starting as early as September, the EVPL starts recieving new Christmas fiction. Here are a few of the titles we've gotten in so far this year: Sarah's Christmas Miracle by Mary Ellis The Three Kings by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez The Mischief of the Mistletoe by Lauren Willig...
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Every year some of your favorite authors pop up with a new title for the holiday season, and this year is no exception. Richard Paul Evans , Linda Howard , Garrison Keillor , Wally Lamb and several others have new books this Christmas. My favorite this year is a simple little book by Gregory Maguire...
I hear from a lot of people that they don't have time to read around the holidays. I can certainly understand that, but I need the escape of my favorite hobby more than ever during the busy month of December. At the top of my Christmas reading list this year, I had Knit the Season by Kate Jacobs...
Most years I try to pick out and read at least one Christmas novel during the holidays. I thought I would share some of the titles I've enjoyed in years past. Some of the novels I've read are fairly traditional. I've never been a fan of Charles Dickens, but A Christmas Carol really is worth...
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