Christmas is my favorite holiday and I’m SO ENDLESSLY HAPPPPPY that we’re experiencing it right now???
My plans are to read over my holiday break while physically laying across heating vents. My body begins to freeze December 1st and doesn’t stop until the first spring flower blossoms outside. So, I’m taking drastic measures to be warm while reading. MY FINGERS ARE JUST SO COLD.
I thinking about resorting to wearing gloves constantly. I’m exactly one step away from becoming a Disney villain Christmas 2018.
I don’t know what it is about the holidays, but it brings out my intense && very lowkey love for Shakespeare. My two favorites are Hamlet and Twelfth Night, it’s so nice to read classic and genius text while under Christmas lights and fuzzy tinsel. c:
These are two books that are magical, easy to read, and are best enjoyed in vanilla candle-scented rooms. They’re also both about schools for unique children, which is fun to read about while you’re avoiding every mention of actual school.
I’M FINALLY READING OUTLANDER! So many of my friends have rec’d it to me, & I’m just so afraid because the same number of friends have said it sucks. Also, I think it’s about 800 pages long. So, the holidays is a perfect time to commit to this while I’m enjoying sugar cookies and feeling hopeful about the world + humans.
ALSO THE FOXHOLE COURT!!!!! I recommend this series for every season, however December is especially perfect because you’re going to read the first book and promptly binge the entire series in the next 24 hours. Are you a very cute recluse? Then hide in your bedroom and marathon Neil Josten’s gay adventures c:
These two books are seemingly unrelated, but they actually have many qualities in common!
1) both are hilarious and include witty banter, which is all I want for Christmas.
2) include fluffy cluelessness from the main character
3) will make your heart grow three sizes
Such under-hyped books!!!!! Both are gay because having a very gay Christmas is the best kind of Christmas. Also, ICoS is free online! I downloaded the entire series from the author’s website and binged it in one week. one week = for holiday break
Also, Fingersmith is historical which is my favorite genre when it starts snowing in good ol’ Ohio.
i f’ing despise the cold so much but also i want it to snow what is wrong with me
I’m currently reading these and they are SO PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT?? Both are immersive, have small cherubic characters and made me cry. These adventurous and sweet fluff lads are like little wrapped presents especially for youuuu c:
Do you have a book you read every December?
What is your favorite thing about the holidays?
What are you currently reading?
+++ who is the fluffiest and most wholesome character in the entire world?????