Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Review for It's a Wonderful Christmas: Classics Reimagined


It's a Wonderful Christmas: Classics Reimagined by Julie Cantrell, Lynne Gentry, Susie Finkbeiner, Allison Pittman, Kelli Stuart, Janyre Tromp

Kindle Edition

Publication: October 12th 2021

Genre:  Holiday, Christmas


It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

To celebrate, five bestselling authors have joined together to create this enchanting set of holiday novellas.

Nothing jump-starts Christmas nostalgia quite like the movies. With stirring images of snow-covered hills, crackling fireplaces, and happy families gathered around the decorated tree, these silver-screen tales capture all the magic and wonder of the season.

Inspired by some of their favorite holiday films, each of these novelists has paid homage to the classic stories we all love, crafting an eclectic collection that delivers something for everyone.

From small town romance to a Sugar Plum Fairy, this Christmas box set includes five stories sparked by National Lampoon’s Christmas VacationWhite ChristmasMiracle on 34th StreetThe Nutcracker, and Remember the Night.

Topped with a whole lot of cheer and sentimentality, It’s a Wonderful Christmas: Classics Reimagined will delight readers from the first page to the last.

So grab a cup of hot cocoa, nestle under a cozy blanket, and enjoy these holiday stories in a whole new way!


My Thoughts:  I have decided that this year I am going to read as many Christmas/Holiday books as I can, what better way to get started on that goal then to read a collection of novellas that retell Christmas movies that I love.    I loved that each novella was not an exact retelling, each other took liberties and told their story in their own ways.    It was nice that at the beginning of each story there was a history or prologue leading into the actual story.  I liked knowing the reason the author chooses their movie to tell. 

It’s A Wonderful Christmas is the perfect addition to any holiday reading.   I loved reading four unique authors novellas all with the common theme of Christmas movies.

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