I am feeling conflicted. It’s only mid-November and I am posting a “Best of 2013” reading list. I feel like this is almost wrong–like seeing Christmas decorations in the stores before Thanksgiving! However, it’s an unusual holiday season this year with Hanukkah coinciding with our annual turkey day celebration–an event, according to the Mail Online, that last occurred in 1888 and won’t occur again for another 79,000 years! Wow! I can see why their headline read “Happy Thanksgivukah!”–this is something to celebrate!
And while we’re at it, let’s celebrate some wonderful books that have been written, read, and discussed in 2013. I will be posting more titles and “Best of 2013” lists throughout the coming weeks and into the new year, but for now, here’s the first. It’s from Publisher’s Weekly, and you can click here to find out more about each of these intriguing titles.
Wow! What a list–we are spoiled for choice. Something for every reader on your holiday list!