Need ideas for gifts for your book-loving friends and family? We asked some of our favorite BingeBooks authors what they’ll be giving and reading this holiday season, and they shared the books they are gifting this holiday season.
These authors shared with BingeBooks what books they are reading and gifting this holiday season. When in doubt, ask the experts!
Author Recommended Reads
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My Lucky Night by Olivia Spring
Lucy Score, the author of TikTok sensation Things We Never Got Over, says: “My Lucky Night was a short, delightful holiday romcom read by Olivia Spring, a super awesome British author I met in London this summer. This book made me laugh AND want to go out and buy a luxury hairdryer!”
Tonya Kappes, the author of the Cozy Mystery series, says, “Here’s me with my new December release that I’ll be giving away to friends and family for Christmas presents. Gifts, Glamping, & Glocks is a festive southern ho-ho-homicide mystery with all the holiday fixin’s that will make readers laugh and solve a few murders.”
Laidlaw, The Papers of Tony Veitch and Strange Loyalties by William McIlvanney
I’ll be giving the Laidlaw trilogy by William McIlvanney, the godfather of Scottish crime, whom Ian Rankin cites as a major influence: Laidlaw, The Papers of Tony Veitch and Strange Loyalties. Plus the fourth book, The Dark Remains, which Ian Rankin completed from McIlvanney’s unfinished manuscript.
Regency romance author Audrey Harrison says, “Over Christmas, I am having a break from writing, but I can never be too far from the Regency world. Last year my daughter bought me a folio copy of Georgette Heyer’s Venetia. I’m looking forward to enjoying it during the quiet time.”
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