Cosy Re-Reads

Maths has never been my forte, but I’m actually quite impressed with what mistake I’ve made to do with my blizzard posts. If you read the post where I explained that I would be doing a Christmas special, you’ll know my original idea was to do a 12 day Christmas Blizzard. However, that didn’t work out, and so I decided to do a 6 day special instead.
And, being the maths wiz I am (not), I’ve managed to miscount when I should’ve started my Christmas posts. I was planning on finishing on the 24th (which I still am now!), but I realised something very important today: I didn’t have enough posts planned to last me up until then. Or rather, I hadn’t planned them out, and was sitting here scratching my head, wondering how I’d missed out writing down what post I was doing today.
As it turns out, it’s not a 6 day blizzard…it’s sort of a 7 day one instead.

I don’t even know how I managed to miscount that.

Honestly.

So today’s post is going to have to be a super fast one guys! I’ve left it really late to write this, and I can hardly keep my eyes open!

So as the title suggests, I’m talking about books that I’ve re-read probably a million times: The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine and The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.

Now I don’t know about you, but if I really love a book, I can go back to it at any point, and be filled with that emotion, the one where I just feel almost as if I’m coming home. It’s a beautiful, joyful feeling – I don’t know, maybe it’s just me who feels this way about certain books?

But I thought I’d share with you guys the books that mean the most to me, because I’m certain at some point, I’ll curl up with one of the books from one of these series during this holiday, because it makes me so happy.

How about you guys? Are there any books you love going back to during the holiday season?

(I’m so sorry if this post doesn’t make any sense – I am truly half asleep haha.)

Thanks!

– Emma

Read On!

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