This post was originally published at Novelicious.com and is now at WritingTipsOasis.com. WritingTipsOasis.com acquired Novelicious.com in June 2022.
True that, Neil. True. That.
We’re huge advocates of book buying and reading in general, but there are hundreds of reasons why books make great gifts to give to other people, too. They provide hours of surprise, escape, and discovery. They make you smarter. More compassionate, too. Heck, they can even reduce stress. Best of all, there’s truly a book out there for everyone. Whether adventure, romance, mystery, comedy or drama is your bag, or you prefer horror, fantasy, sci-fi or something wildly erotic. Perhaps, like us, you’re even partial to a little Fabio now and then (you’ll always have your own genre in our hearts, Fabio). The choices are endless.
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To enter, tell us what book you would love to receive this Christmas here in the comments. You can also tweet your selection to @Novelicious using the #GreatestGift hashtag for an extra entry. We’ll select a UK-based winner at the end of December.
Here are the books you can choose from:
Entry Island, Peter May
Look Who’s Back, Timur Vermes
The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, Joel Dicker
The Missing One, Lucy Atkins
F, Daniel Kehlmann
The Visitors, Simon Sylvester
The Gift of Darkness, VM. Giambanco
Our Lady of the Streets, Tom Pollock
Traitor’s Blade, Sebastien De Castell
Irene, Pierre Lemaitre
The Outcast Dead, Elly Griffiths
Beautiful Ever After, Katie Piper
Churchill’s Secret Warriors, Damien Lewis
An Incredible Unlikeliness of Being, Alice Roberts
No Limits, Ian Poulter
Sailing Close to the Wind, Dennis Skinner
This Book Will Make You Happy, Jessamy Hibberd and Jo Usmar
A Most Desirable Marriage, Hilary Boyd
One Step Closer To You, Alice Peterson
The Honeymoon Hotel, Hester Browne
Return to Mandalay, Rosanna Ley
Only Ever Yours, Louise O’Neill
The Dark Wild, Piers Torday
The Last Wild, Piers Torday
Best of luck!