Thursday, December 27, 2018

My Bookish Christmas Haul- 2018

Bookish Christmas Haul for 2018

While we all said that we were going to cut back this year... I am yet again absolutely blown away by the generosity of my friends and family.

Let's dive in to the haul!

My Bookish Christmas Haul for 2018

The holiday season began with this beauty arriving in the mail from my friend Heather of Heather's Reading Hideaway. I can't wait to read this! 

Next up was an awesome pillowcase cover from my cousin, Connor! He always gives the BEST gifts. I LOVE it so much! I cannot wait to get a house so I can properly display this in a future reading nook! 

Then Alex and I had Christmas together on Christmas Eve. He really spoiled me again this year! He also got me a bunch of candy, three pins for my backpack, and a Captain America shield keychain. 

Alex was also quite clever and did this to wrap my Stranger Things book:

On Christmas Day, Alex and I traveled to his sisters house to celebrate. Here, I was gifted a whole slew of things like a candle, soap, tickets to a fair, a Christmas ornament, and other such things. But two items that were bookish related were some wonderful Harry Potter themed PJs from my in-laws!

Thanks for reading!
I hope you all had a lovely holiday season! What was your favorite holiday gift this year?


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    1. They’re SO comfy!! The long john types are from Target and I believe the soft pants were JC Penny.

  2. Those pjs look so comfy, hope you had a good Christmas!My dad got me a Winnie The Pooh framed picture and it is amazing!

  3. Look at those Harry Potter pjs. They are so awesome. Hope your Christmas was magical!

  4. I love seeing what people get for the holidays. Cute PJ's and I love that you got The Song of Achilles. I still need to get that/read that!


  5. Your friends and family know you so well!

  6. Soon after Christmas, Japanese people start preparing for the year-end and New Year’s events.
    Compared to Christmas, many of these events are based on Japanese tradition and are deeply related to religion.
    The end-of-year party is called “bonenkai” in Japanese. “Bonen” means to forget (the worries of) the past year.
    People are busy with events on New Year’s Eve.

  7. A very bookish Christmas! Yay!! Love all these gifts.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

  8. Wow, awesome Christmas haul! Those are some cozy looking PJs :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

  9. Wow, those PJs look so cozy! And The Song of Achilles <3 <3

  10. Nice Christmas haul! I love the pillowcase and those Harry Potter PJs.

  11. Looks like you got a lot of great things. Happy holidays!

  12. Ooh Harry Potter PJ's! I'd love that or some Game of Thrones or Jurassic World ones! I also like the cushion cover!