It has been a while since we have had any notices around this parish, time is speeding by and I try and spend as much of it doing all the things I enjoy. But I never get round to sharing them with people. If you follow my on Instagram then you will see me post my weekly picture of what has been a reflection of my week. So if you want some more regular idea of what I have been up to then that is the place to go. One day I think I will have the time to witter on about it all on my blog….one day….
However I am dropping into to tell you all about the Christmas reading that has already been going on around this parts.
I am part of a blog tour for Tracy Rees – The Little Christmas House
Come back on the 27th October to find out what happens behind the doors in The Little Christmas House.
What about spending Christmas in a Castle and with Trisha Ashley. One of the best ways to spend Christmas
………Pure Christmas escapism with plenty of mulled wine and mince pies to keep you full up at any time of the year.
The perfect book for Christmas and one that is worthy of a reread for many Christmases to come!
Or of course you could take a trip to Jewel Island if you should fancy.
...Everything you would expect from a Christmas market too! Mulled Wine, Hot Chocolate, Snow, Churros and a visit from Santa. What more could you want to get you in the festive mood?
You could choose to discover Mermaids Point in this novella which introduces you to the characters in festive spirit and that means you will need to go back and catch up on their stories.
This little novella, is like a Christmas Present from Sarah Bennett for fans of all her books, but most importantly if you have fallen in love with Mermaids Point and everyone that lives there.
Visting a unique place for a Christmas outing is sometimes a change so why not visit Fox Farm
To see the wonderful art work, to eat delicious cakes and hot chocolate whilst watching the children get excited about Christmas seems like the perfect place to spend some time. What better book to bring out the true Christmas spirit with a lovely romance added in.
Every home needs a Christmas Tree no matter how large or small.
If you are looking for a Christmas read to curl up in front of a log fire, the smell of a freshly cut Christmas tree, a hot chocolate full of calories then this is the book for you.
There is more to come and I am excited about escaping (hopefully!) in some of these.
I must get on as these books won’t read themselves.