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Curling up in your bed, covered with your favorite fluffy blanket, a cup of hot cocoa on your side, and a plate of cookies or hearty, healthy, delish foods in your lap…anything missing!! For sure a cozy book to complete the vibe is a way to complete a total three hours of pure joy that you can’t miss in winter. Maybe a Netflix show is a regular habit, but freeing your mind and letting it go for your imagination and feeling. We round up some of the best winter books to enjoy your night alone at home while saving some time enjoying your own piece away from the miserable winter time and these outfits which have nothing to do with these freezing nights.
10 winter books to enjoy with your hot cup of coffee
The Snow Child
If you want something interesting that you can’t put the book then Eowyn Ivey has brought it to you with a haunting and whimsical novel that tells the story of a married couple who suffer from infertility struggles, they end up in an isolated place where snow surround their place. The events take its leap when Jack and Mabel playfully make a snow baby in the woods that awaken supernatural forces which gonna change their lives in a way they never wanted.
Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube: Chasing Fear and Finding Home in the Great White North
It is a novel that might not have read such before if you searching for some unusual badass inspiring women vibes this one by Blair Braverman is a must to enjoy a rainy night at home where you can’t go out but you still can enjoy your own without getting bored.
It tells the story take place in arctic Norway and the Alaskan glacier where she introduces her story as a dog sledding tour guide isolated in a landscape dominated by cold, snow, and men, where all of her mental and physical limits were used and tested.
Donna Tarit’s novel that gonna warm your soul in these cold dismal nights, Theo, the leading character loses her mom at the start of the events which mix all friendship, love, loss and, redemption feelings together.
The Bone Clocks
One of the best winter books to enjoy reading while it is snowing outside, it is one of those pieces that you can’t stop reading. Written by David Mitchell with Holly Sykes the main character leaves her home at 15 after a big fight with her mother, the novel shows how can one choice change our lives forever and all the events and situation we forced to experience.
One Day in December
We can’t miss a full pure romantic novel in our list, One Day in December by Josie Silver a great way to enjoy British romance splitting yourself from everything else around you. From the title, you know that it takes place in winter when a girl spots the love of her life in a bus stop and reconnects with him in less than ideal situations, after that she try to figure if he is the right one or not.
All the Light We Cannot See
A novel by Anthony Doerr that mix all the beautiful feeling we need in our lives, it shed the light on how we should enjoy the little things around us and focus on that little white beam in the darkness. It takes place in the time of WWII where Marie Laure forced to leave Paris with her father after the German occupied it moving to Saint-Malo where she meets Werner; an orphan and a master at fixing and understanding radios.
If you like these family spirit fun movies, then you will love to read this one by Emma Straub when a family from Manhatten takes a two-week vacation in Mallorca, Spain. Jim and Franny are celebrating their 35th anniversary, Sylvia the younger sister has just graduated from high school, and Bobby the elder brother brings his much older girlfriend with him. As usual family vacations never go well with secrets being revealed, old wounds resurface, and new heartaches hatching.
2 A.M. At The Cat’s Pajamas
A truly magical and heartwarming novel written by Marie-Helene Bertino that takes place in the most magical night of the year ‘New Year’s Eve’. Madeleine Altimari, a 9 years old girl who wants nothing but being a jazz singer. She makes her dream come true and take on the stage at The Cat’s Pajamas; a jazz club owned by a man called Lorca.
Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood is a typical winter-themed novel that gathers fantasy, love, death, sorrow in one shot. It features nine tales that all run winter, Alphinland is the story of a woman who guided in winter night by the voice of her husband. The Freeze-Dried Bridegroom is another tale about a man who buys a storage space at auction and gets a surprise inside while the main tale title takes place in the Arctic.
We Could Be Beautiful
Also, one of the most convenient winter books to enjoy while lying near the fire and enjoying a calm winter night, written by Swan Huntley and full of darkness, doubt, and mystery where a woman from Manhattan thinks that she found Mr. Right until the dirty truth revealed.