Thursday, December 08, 2005

But sometimes you have to turn off the TV and pick up a book

Right now, I'm smack in the middle of David Sedaris' collection of holiday short-stories Holidays on Ice. A fast, hilarious read. And finished Pete Hamill's The Gift last week (it's short, too).

I've got lots of favorite Christmas and holiday books - but look, folks, I'm tired of doing all the work here. Help me out.

What's on your annual holiday reading list? It can be a big-girl/boy book or a kiddie-book.

Is there a genre of Christmas stories you like? (I love a good Christmas mystery, and almost all the great mystery writers have churned 'em out. The bigger the manor house, the deeper the snow, the bloodier the body - the more I like it.)

Share, share - it's that time o' year.

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