Dec 2: All Wound Up by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Dec 3: The Annotated Emma by Jane Austen
Dec 4: The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
Dec 5: Carry On, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
Dec 6: The Bible (or any book that represents your faith view)
Dec 8: The Dresden Files By Jim Butcher (A paranormal PI, excellent series!)
Dec 9: Mr Darcy takes a Wife by Linda Berdoll. A very pleasant surpise.
Dec 10: Micheal Jordan: the Life. A gift for someone special.
Dec 11: Twas the night before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore
Dec 12: Odyessy by Homer (love this epic poem)
Dec 13: Nordic Knitting (I saw it in Soper Creek Yarns window)
Dec 14: The Chrysalids by John Wyndham
Dec 15: The Bridge of Birds by Barry Hughart
Dec 17: Anything by Lynsay Sands (makes me laugh till I cry!)
Dec 18: Middlemarch by George Eliot
Dec 19: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Dec 20: Bowmanville: A Small town at the edge by William Hunter
Dec 21: The Annotated Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
Dec 22: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens – The Fezziwigs Party
Dec 23: I bought my husband his first Patrick O’Brien novel. He still reads them over and over.
Dec 24: Eyewittness to the Peninsular War and the Battle of Waterloo: Letters and Journals of Lieutenant Colonel the Honourable James Stanhope 1803-1825. He was delighted!
Dec 25: Best gift ever “Dinner with Mr. Darcy” by Pen Vogler. From my Brother and his family. I also received “Knit Nordic” by Eline Oftedal. From MiL and BiL. Full of great knitting charts!