Thank you so much for stopping by and reading my bookish posts. As someone who is a bibliophile, it really means a lot to me. Especially this year when I felt out of sorts and worried about so many things. It’s truly nice to be in touch with others who appreciate books just as much as I do and I hope you stick around as we turn the clock to 2021.
Speaking of 2021, may the new year treat all of us in a more gentle manner. Wishing you good health and lots of happiness.
Happy New Year!
Happy December 1st! If you need a sweet, short romantic audiobook to start off your holiday reading, may I recommend Snow Day by Tony Vassiliadis?
Description: What makes for a wonderful life? On a crowded Christmas train from Milan to Paris, Amy, an American headed to meet her fiancé, and Martijn, a Finn headed anywhere but home, meet cute. But when their train gets delayed in an Italian Alps hill town due to a snow storm, they, along with a passel of fellow stranded passengers, find comfort and joy in a cozy inn, run by a wise Italian man who forces them to look at the holiday and each other in a whole new light.
This fun audiobook is only a little over one hour long. It makes for a quick listen to get you in the holiday spirit. The two main characters, who meet on a train and then get stuck together because of a snow storm, are completely likable and lovable. The narration is just wonderful. It’s a full cast with plenty of soundtrack and background noise, just like listening to a romantic, holiday movie or a radio program. The setting is beautiful Italy during Christmas. I loved it and highly recommend it.
This was created for audio only, so it doesn’t exist in book form. But if you love reading short romantic stories, you’ll love listening to Snow Day. Happy Holidays!
Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate!
Today, I have just two links. The dark history of Thanksgiving and best Thanksgiving trivia.
Whether you celebrate or not, I hope you have a wonderful day!
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