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I was thinking about the holidays, and I always reread Charles Dickens 'A Christmas Carol' on or around Christmas.

I'm trying to get myself in the mood this year (though it is still a little early)- but does anyone have any good holiday reading suggestions? Preferably on Kindle :)
 

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Yeah I looked at the search results before and some of those books looked a little hokey haha.

 

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Snapcat said:
Yeah I looked at the search results before and some of those books looked a little hokey haha.
Probably not any hokier than ABC Family's 25 days of Christmas movies. One more big-city-girl-comes-back-to-small-home-town-and-hooks-up-with-childhood-sweetheart-she-left-behind and I'm gonna cancel Christmas. Ooops, I feel a rewatch of Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves coming on.
 

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I'm excited to download "The Magical Christmas Cat" on my Kindle when I get it.

lol.

 

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I am currently reading 'The Christmas Star' by Thomas Kinkade and it is really good. It's a little early to read Christmas books but I had put this one on hold at our library before I got my Kindle. I have read several of his Christmas books and have always enjoyed them. I have also been looking on Amazon for Christmas books but there are so many choices it's hard to decide. I have sent myself many samples so I can see which ones interest me.

Good luck in your search!

 

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Snapcat said:
Yeah I looked at the search results before and some of those books looked a little hokey haha.
are you calling me hokey?? huh? huh? are you??

(if so, I'm OK with that)
 

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I have a couple of favorites...


This is one bizarre story.

and


(not available on Kindle)
 

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A Redbird Christmas by Fanny Flagg. I read this and loved it.

 

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pidgeon92 said:
I have a couple of favorites...


This is one bizarre story.

and


(not available on Kindle)
both are great reads....... I'd start with Christopher Moore if you like laugh out loud until your sides hurt funny!
 

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Kirstin said:
both are great reads....... I'd start with Christopher Moore if you like laugh out loud until your sides hurt funny!
I'm so glad to find someone else who enjoyed that book, I just loved it. Did you read Love Bites? Not as funny, but still entertaining.
 

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Oh I have only read one of Christopher Moore's books before, 'A Dirty Job' but I enjoyed it. I'll have to check out his Christmasy one.

Thanks for all the suggestions so far everyone. :)
 

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I'm so glad to find someone else who enjoyed that book, I just loved it. Did you read Love Bites? Not as funny, but still entertaining.
no...but I do plan to.

I read Dirty Job first.... followed by Island of the sequined love nun, and Lamb, The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal and then The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove , and then Practical Demonkeeping .... I love his books
 
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I would second either of the Fannie Flagg books. I have read neither one yet, but have loved everything else she has written.
 
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I would second either of the Fannie Flagg book. I have read neither one yet, but have loved everything else she has written.
Aren't you supposed to be working!? ;)
 
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