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For the first time in I don’t know how many years, I’m not asking for a book for Christmas. I know, I know. Totally weird. But the truth is, I’ve read a ton of great books this year, and I have quite the stack to take me into 2020. That’s not to say that someone couldn’t give me a book, if he or she really wanted to. I’m just saying I’m not explicitly asking.
I do believe, though, that books make great gifts. I also think seeing a book for yourself, getting an idea of its heft, its texture, and so on, can help in making a decision about buying it for yourself or someone you love. So that’s why I’ve not only compiled the list below, but also created a video in which I talk about 20 books and a literary journal that I would highly recommend gifting or asking for this time of year.
If you’ve read these or have any on your list, please leave a comment to let me know!
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Happy reading and happy gifting!
What books are you asking for this year? Let me know in the comments! (Or just tell my husband, so he can shop for me.)