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13 December 2018

My Favourite Blogmas Posts (so far)

I've had a huge amount of fun reading through everyone's Blogmas posts so far, but here are twelve that have really stood out for me. It was difficult to pick just twelve!

My Favourite Blogmas Posts (so far)

What's the worst that can happen? It turns out that for Caledonian Kitty is was actually pretty bad, although her story did make me laugh a little. Being in a police car in your jammies is definitely a story to tell.

I loved this Blogmas guest post on Browsing for Books as I think it's a really fun idea to think about what gifts you'd get for fictional characters. If I had to get a fictional character a gift, I'd get Cassandra Mortmain from I Capture The Castle a really big chunky journal so she could keep writing.

I loved these festive crafts that Book Murmuration and Lisa's Notebook teamed up to do. A bit like Nailed It but with Christmas crafts and actually pretty excellent results! I especially love the different bird feeders they made.

I loved Charlotte Somewhere looking back at their Blogging Highlights for 2018 - she has accomplished so much in her first full year blogging and it's all very much well deserved.

Hannah Hearts shared her favourite Christmas Films, and I love that I can spot a few of my favourites on there too.

I loved Jenniely's list of upcoming releases because I am SO BAD at knowing myself what's on the horizon when it comes to books. And yes, my TBR just grew.

I loved Fantastic Book Dragon's review of The Twisted Tree by Rachel  Burge, and it's made me even more excited to read the book itself! It sounds excellent.

I really liked having a nose around Sarah Withers' Christmas Tree! It's absolutely gorgeous and looks so sophisticated.

This list of short books to boost your Goodreads challenge from Reading Through Infinity is actually super handy. I'm always look to boost my numbers with some last minute cramming.

The Little Contemporary Corner posted something that was super relateable - it can be so hard reading with mental illness

I can't wait for What Vicky Read's End of Yearathon to see out the year and bulk up my Goodreads Challenge that last wee bit. I love that there are also optional prompts for what to read.


  1. Thank you so much for including me on the list. I'm glad you liked the tree!

  2. Thank you beaut! I loved this post : ) I'm catching up with all the posts I've missed & I've been enjoying your blog. Much love & Happy New Year : ) x


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