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Want to cozy up with a holiday book?

Here’s a few suggestions in no particular order from classics to modern literature:

  • A Christmas Carol (1843) by Charles Dickens. A classic that includes the miserly Scrooge and other iconic characters. Inspired by Dickens humiliating childhood, the book has been adapted to numerous movies, and to opera, theatre and ballet.
  • The Gift of the Magi (1906) a short story by O. Henry. A must read for the budding author for its classic, situational irony ending. It has been adapted to stage and screen, including Christmas Eve on Sesame Street in 1978.
  • The Greatest Gift (1939) by Philip Van Doren Stern. His self-published short story became a highly successful movie in 1946 — It’s a Wonderful Life. One of the best loved and most inspirational movies of all time.
  • The Christmas Wish by Richard Siddoway (1998). Adapted to a CBS movie in 1998. Siddoway was a member of the Utah House of Representatives.
  • The Christmas Quest by Richard Siddoway (a sequel).
  • The Christmas Shoes by (2001) by Donna VanLiere
  • The Christmas Blessing by Donna VanLiere. Both of VanLiere’s books were adapted into movies. She has several other Christmas themed books www.donnavanliere.com
  • The Christmas Box (1994) by Richard Paul Evans. While working as an advertising executive he wrote a Christmas story for his children. Unable to find a publisher or an agent, Evans self-published the work in 1993 as a paperback novella entitled The Christmas Box. He distributed it to book stores in his community. The book became a local bestseller, prompting Evans to publish the book nationally. The next year The Christmas Box hit #2 on the New York Times bestseller list, inciting an auction for the publishing rights among the world’s top publishing houses. Evans signed a publishing deal with Simon & Schuster, who paid Evans $4.2 million in an advance. Released in hardcover in 1995, The Christmas Box became the first book to simultaneously reach the number-one position on the New York Times bestseller list for both paperback and hardcover editions. That same year, the book was made into a television movie of the same title, starring Richard Thomas and Maureen O’Hara.
  • The Christmas Jars (2005) by Jason F. Wright
  • The 13th Day of Christmas (2012) by Jason F. Wright. Wright is a national bestselling author.
  • The Christmas Candle by Max Lucado. A bestselling author, Lucado has more than 50 books with 80 million copies in print.

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