Happy Sunday! The December solstice is upon us and it's time to celebrate. It's Winter in our neck of the woods and whilst we're preparing for Christmas and enjoying hot toddies by the fire, it's Summer in the Southern Hemisphere (those lucky dawgs), and folks are enjoying fruity rum drinks on the beach.
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For some reason, I've been in a winter mood all year long, indulging in reads set in frigid cold settings, characters braving the elements, all the while falling in love, finding killers, solving mysteries, or simply exploring.
I discovered a new to me series this year in Dana Stabenow's Kate Shugak series which is 22 books long but well worth reading. Once I started reading, couldn't stop. I can also recommend James Rollins Ice Hunt to Alistair Maclean's Ice Station Zebra to to Nalini Singh's Caressed by Ice to Hampton Side's non fiction tale of In the Kingdom of Ice, . They are all quite good.
Read a book With Snow, Ice or Frost on the Cover or in the Title
Read a Romance Book with Ice in the title.
Read a book with Winter in the title
Read about Eskimos, penguins, the Iditarod, or polar bears.
Tolstoy's Therapy 15 of the Best Books to read on cozy winter days.
Our letter and word of the week are B and Brrr!
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