I cannot believe it’s already December! Where did 2018 go? It’s been such a long and strange year. Despite everything, I’ve had a pretty good reading year. And I am really looking forward to finishing it off on a high note. That said, I think I’m going to spend a good chunk of December finishing up the books I didn’t manage to complete during the past few months. But, there are a few books I’m really hoping to read this month. There are just too many I need to read!
So, without further ado, here is my reading list for December:
One Day in December by Josie Silver. I wanted to read something holiday appropriate, but was in the mood for something light and fun. So, when I saw this as a choice for Book of the Month yesterday, I jumped on it. Hopefully it makes for a great Christmas read!
Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams. I’m probably not going to complete the majority of my reading goals this year (life got in the way, it’s fine), but I am still determined to finally finish The Hitchhiker’s Guide series. I only have one more, and it’s like a six-hour audiobook. So I’m doing it.
The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare. I have one more Shakespeare read of the year, and I decided to go with a comedy. Because why not? I actually don’t really know anything about this one, but I thought I’d give it a shot anyway. I only have a handful of plays left, so I’m just choosing at random at this point.
This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps. I had every intention of reading Michelle Obama’s book this month, but I think it might hit a bit too close to home at the moment (I hear there’s a chapter about her father being diagnosed with MS). So, I decided to go short and fun for my nonfiction book of the month, and Victoria Schwab loved this one, so I can’t really go wrong.
I think I’m going to end the list here. I am planning to get to as many books as I possibly can, but I’m still not feeling 100%, so I decided I’m not going to put pressure on myself. I just want to end the year with some good books and plenty of relaxation.
What books are you planning on reading this month? Any holiday-appropriate books on your December TBR?