If you look at my blog, I think it’s pretty evident that I like books and enjoy reading. One of the tools I use to deal with holiday anxiety is reading, of course. I do save my leave for the week between Christmas Eve and New Year’s. I don’t know if it’s just me but holiday stories give me a calm vibe. Weirdly, I am not fond of holidays, but I love holiday movies. I’m doing a little post of like this try this movie and novel edition, and I do hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
At first, I wouldn’t say I liked this novel because it starts pretty religion-heavy, but it turns into a sweet story when someone visits.
Dead Granny says, “I’ll See You Christmas Eve.” An enchanting tale of a magical house that allows deceased relatives to visit every Christmas Eve. A reminder that people should take time for their loved ones before it’s too late.
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It’s about a ghost at Christmas with a dash of romance and mystery. I watched it on Netflix, but today I went to look for it, and it wasn’t there. However, then I went on YouTube and found it there.
12 days before Christmas, Kate is trying to close the sale of a historic inn, only to find Daniel, the ghost of a man who died a century ago, and he needs her help to unravel the mystery of his annual holiday haunting.
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Thanks for reading, and happy holidays.
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I love the idea of the novel. It’s quite inspired.
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