December Wrap Up

I actually cannot believe that the year is over. Where has it gone? At least, it's been a fantastic year bookwise. As you can imagine, December has been mainly Christmas focused. Here's a little a wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month: 

What I Read
5 Stars:
A Christmas Tail by Cressida McLaughlin 
Christmas Ever After by Sarah Morgan
4 Stars: 
A Christmas Kiss by Vicky Pattison
3 Stars:
Christmas Cravings by Emma Hamilton
To be reviewed: 
Breakout by Aven Ellis
Resistance is Futile by Jenny T. Colgan
Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Unravelling Oliver by Liz Nungent
The Soldier's Wife by Pamela Hart
Heart Conditions by Phoebe Fox
Shopaholic to the Rescue by Sophie Kinsella
Asking For It by Louise O'neill

What I cooked:
 Gingerbread Cookies from The Art of Baking Blind

Daisy's Chocolate Biscuit Cake from How to Stuff Up Christmas 

What I Was Up To:
 December has been a very intense year. We moved to Munich and we have started discovering our new city. We certainly loved all the Christmas Markets! We are big fans of mulled wine and all the treats you can get in the markets. So sad that when we go back in January, there'll be no more markets!
Also, we found a place to live, starting January. It's a cute little house and we can't wait to start making it our own!
Another big moment of the month was when we went to see a football match at the Allianz Arena. There was a fantastic atmosphere and Bayern won!
Finally, we came back home to spend Christmas with our families and I definitely ate too much but had a great time with all my loved ones. 

What I Blogged About:
As you can imagine, December has been all about Christmas. And I've had the pleasure of welcoming some fantastic authors and bloggers to talk all about Christmas:

And obviously, the end of the year means a Top Ten Books of the year. Here's mine: 

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