Saturday, January 30, 2016

I'm actually reading!

Linking up today with my bloggy buddy, Alison for her first book link up, and I'm really excited because I've been reading!  Knowing about this link-up and wanting to participate is really keeping me accountable and reading.

Today I'm going to share with you a review of The Mistletoe Inn by Richard Paul Evans.  I received this book from a friend at work for Christmas.  She and I have very similar tastes when it comes to books, movies and TV, so she thought I would like this one.  I had never read this author before but he is sort of the Christmas Book guy!  He has a number of Christmas titles and new novels come out each year around Christmastime.

I did enjoy this.  It was an easy read!  And though some parts were less than realistic, I like that I was transported to someplace else for awhile, as any good book will do. I thought that plot was different, being about a struggling writer attending a writing conference,  Certainly I had never read a similar storyline.  I figured "it" out pretty early on but there was another little twist in the story, that I didn't really see coming and I liked that about it.  I would read this author again!  And might even pick up his other Christmas novels throughout the year!  Who wouldn't love a little Christmas in July!!

I'll be back in February with a few more reads!  Until then, check out the links at Reading Lately Here! and link up any books you've read this month.


  1. I just read The Three Miss Margarets. Moved on to the newest in the Shopaholic series now! xoxoxo Amanda

  2. oh fun, I might have to pick this one up!

  3. Sounds interesting. I might have to check this one out! :)

  4. I reviewed The 13th Gift on my post after reading your review! Loved it. How did you do your watermark on your photo? Need to think about doing that, too.

  5. Yay! I'm glad you could join up this month; I look forward to seeing what you read next month.


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