Some Holiday Reading Here at The Hub
Leading up to Thanksgiving we issued a challenge. We asked all of you Hub readers to send us photos of what you planned to read over the holiday and the response was great! Now that we are even deeper into the holiday season, though, we wanted to recapture that fun without adding to the potential stress of your lives.
So, instead of a new challenge, a few of us decided to get into the spirit of the season and to show you what we are planning to read over the holidays, in hopes of inspiring all of you to remember to take some time for yourselves to relax during the frantic pace of the next few weeks. May this prompt you to put down the rolls of wrapping paper, to wait an hour before baking the next batch of cookies, and to pack a book or two for that family visit, so that you can fall into a world of your own choosing and lose yourself…if even for only an hour at a time!
Sharon Rawlins: (Who has an ARC of Graduation Day! I may have to beg to borrow it after the New Year…)
Laura Perenic: (With one of my favorite picture books!)
Jennifer Rummel: (Checking out some more upcoming releases…)
Carla Land: (Catching up on some things she’s missed!)
Jessica Miller: (Which includes my favorite Christmas book, Skipping Christmas by John Grisham – a great holiday read!)
So now that you’ve seen our holiday reading wish lists, I hope that we’ve inspired you to add a little reading to your holidays. Amid the family, fun, and festivities, don’t forget too that a great story can helpt to bring everyone together!
– Jessica Miller, currently reading Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl and The Fault in Our Stars by John Green