Looking for a little escape this holiday season, pick up one of these books to read this holiday and take a few moments for yourself. I’ve put together a list of books to read this holiday. Think of it as a guide to “surviving the holidays, one book at a time”. So when you are looking for a little escape this holiday season, pick up a good book and take a few moments for yourself. Some people love the holidays…and then, there are the rest of us. Whether the holidays have painful memories for you or you are just a little over doing the same thing every. single. year.
It's Never Too Late to Start Reading!
Rediscover the love of reading. Here you will find book recommendations for your own domestic reading adventure. Take the time out of each and every day to read just a little something because reading is one of the best forms of self-care.
I rediscovered my love of reading over the summer in 2019. I challenged myself to read as many books as I could over that time period. Surprisingly, I sparked something inside myself that I didn't know was there. Reading became the escape I didn't know I was looking for.
When you read a good book, it is an intimate and personal experience. You aren't sharing that time with anyone else but yourself. So, take a look around. Find a good book or make a list of two or three.
Feel free to join in the reading fun through the Domestic Book Club. Participate in your own time from the comfort of your own home. We will read and discuss one book a month.
The first book chosen for the Domestic Book Club is The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. This book will captivate you, so much so that you might have a hard time putting it down. Based off of a true story, The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris follows the story of Lale Sokolov, the tatowierer (tattooist). Surrounded by the most horrible of conditions during one of the darkest times in history, this is the story of how one Holocaust survivor’s determination to marry the woman of his dreams helped him survive being imprisoned in a concentration camp for years.