Another month, another Round Robin! This month’s subject is set by American author Rhobin Courtright.
What stories have you written or read where a holiday takes place? Do the holidays ever make it into one of your stories?
British readers would answer this question differently from how I guess Rhobin has meant it. For us, a holiday is a vacation, and a holiday read is generally a summer read. (Here are UK magazine The Stylist‘s top 100 holiday reads, for example.) We also don’t celebrate Thanksgiving. I do love Christmas, though – and I love Christmas books!
The day after Christmas is what we in the UK (and many other countries) call Boxing Day – and it’s the perfect day for curling up with one of these books…
The Snowman, by Raymond Briggs
I absolutely love this book, and I love the musical animation that was made…
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