|Josephine Wall Snow Angel|
Winter is coming in our neck of the woods with rain and snow on the horizon and all kinds of adjectives are coming to mind such as chilly, frosty, icy, foggy, rainy, frozen and so on and so forth. Whatever shall we do?
Go forth and brave the brisk, biting weather or cozy up with books about winter or with winter in the title, while curled up on the couch, drinking cocoa by the fire. Dip into feel good must reads or dance into the past with a winter romance.
Maybe read about nippy arctic winds and frozen travelers exploring the North Pole in the Arctic or the South Pole in Antarctica. Explore the polar regions or take an imaginary polar cruise and delve into one of 12 Must Read Books About Antarctica. Don't forget to visit Iceland or Greenland during your armchair travels.
Since Christmas is on our minds this week, dive into books about that which is just about everyone's favorite holiday with old St. Nick, Debbie Macomber's Christmas Angels, or Festive Christmas Books to Get You in the Holiday Spirit.
Meanwhile I'll leave you with one of my favorite poems which puts me in a wintery, festive mood.
Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening