Three books to read this winter (part 1) | To read on a snow day πŸŒ¨πŸ“˜


Dear reader,

During summer and autumn I wrote three different blog posts recommending you three different books according to a different mood, as we are all different and looking for many different things as the seasons go by. I decided to keep writing those and for this winter I’ll recommend you three books to read on a snow day, three books to read to feel like in a cheesy Christmas movie and three books to keep reading classics.

Without further ado, here are three books to read cozied up at home while it’s snowing outside!

β₯ Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones


I read this book last winter (mostly because of the name) and absolutely adored it. I wouldn’t recommend it to everyone because it’s slow paced and it can be seen as super weird, but I really enjoyed it. I was like reading a dark and twisted fairytale, or even like watching a ballet opera. I remember it being extraordinary, atmospheric and profound. I do believe it’d be amazing to read it while it’s snowing outside, with a hot chocolate and a soft blanket.

β₯ Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend


I also read this one last winter but it was the most perfect read for me! It’s a middle grade novel, so it’s easy to read, but it’ll make you feel all warm inside. The universe is simply magical and the story beautiful. I still have to read its sequel, maybe I’ll do it this winter, but I would highly recommend this first book for anyone who loves fantasy and middle grade novels.

β₯ Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling


I know, I always recommend this book for any season… But it’s perfect any time of the year, right? Many people rewatch and re-read the first movie either on September 1st or on December 25th, and I’m one of those people who do both. I don’t have a lot to say other than I would love to spend a day re-reading it while the snow is laying on the ground.

And that’s it!

What book would you recommend me to read for a snowy day? (Hoping we’ll get snow this year again here in Paris!)

Love always,



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