My Top Reads of 2020 – October to December

So here we are, post-Christmas already. Hope everyone had a good time whatever you managed to do to celebrate. Anyone get any good books? Here’s my selection of Top Reads covering the final months of the year and including a few festive titles. I know there are a few days left of this year but I’m now reading 2021 releases so anything brilliant will be added to next year’s list! As before, click on the titles if you’d like to read my reviews.

Because of You by Dawn French

Finding Henry Applebee by Celia Reynolds

All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle (audiobook)

Christmas Wishes by Sue Moorcroft

The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside by Jessica Wyn

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson

The Spark by Jules Wake

So that’s the full list of my very favourite books of 2020 revealed now – all 34 of them. My thanks as always to the authors of all the books I’ve read this year, to publishers and blog tour organisers for the opportunity to read some amazing books and to all of you who have visited the blog. It’s been the most successful year ever for my blog with almost 42000 views – that’s about 7000 more than my previous best year! I’m very grateful to anyone who takes the time to visit, read my posts, share them or comment on them.

Let’s hope that 2021 is kinder to us all. With a vaccine currently being rolled out, there is perhaps light at the end of this very long tunnel. Whatever the New Year holds, I know there will be plenty of brilliant books to take us away places, in our minds at least. Wishing you and yours a very happy and healthy 2021.


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