Spelling December in Books

Hello everybody! God, can you believe it’s hogmanay? I can’t, especially as it means the end of blogmas too. Onto the post, which is finishing off the spelling months in books series. Stay tuned for the replacement I have planned in 2023!

D is for… Daisy Jones and the Six- this is one of my favourite books EVER, I am absolutely buzzing for the TV show this year!!! I’m gonna try and reread the book beforehand and I absolutely can’t wait for some of the music to be on Spotify. My favourite band with no real songs are absolutely about about to ruin my life for real and I can’t WAIT.

E is for… Eva Evergreen and the Cursed Witch– this duology is so lovely and I will never stop recommending it to fans of cosy fantasy! I also loved prequel Alliana, Girl of Dragons this year.

C is for… Coming Up for Air– this was another great teen story by Lou Abercrombie, which I read back in April during a trip to Edinburgh. I have really lovely memories of those few days and this book is part of that.

E is for… Everyone in my Family Has Killed Someone– this was a read this month and I hated it. It was such a let down, because I thought the premise was genius, but it did nothing for me.

M is for… Meet Me Under the Mistletoe– another one I read this month! I actually had a few M titles to choose from, after barely any all year, weirdly enough. This is another great adult romance from wonderful Jenni Bayliss.

B is for… Big Bad Me– I know it doesn’t seem like it, but this is a wintry book!! It’s set in the lead up to Christmas, and it’s a funny, fierce story about sisterhood and the supernatural.

E is for… Evie’s Ghost– I read this in 2018, so quite a long time ago now, but this is still one of the best time slip stories I’ve read and I’m such a massive fan of Helen Peters to this day.

R is for… Rendezvous in Russia– one of the amazing Laura Marlin books, which I’ve adored since I was actually middle grade age.

Thank you so much for reading! Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned? What were your thoughts? Which books would you choose? I’d love to chat in the comments!

Also, since this is the last one, thank you so much to everyone who’s taken the time to engage with a golden blogmas 2022. It means the absolute world ❤

Speak very soon,

Amy xxx


Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

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