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This last “cookie” isn’t really a cookie but a fun treat my family loves to have at the holidays:
With this twist on a cookie and the twisty taste of these sour and sweet treats, I knew I wanted to play on these twists with the books too. For my paired book recs, I’ve found some surprising and “twisty” reads, ones that’ll keep you on your toes and throw unexpected curveballs.
Today’s edition of The Cookie Chapters is one of my favourites! I hope you’ve all been enjoying this feature where I’m pairing holiday cookies with recommendations from my 2020 reads. So far, we’ve covered sweet reads with sugar cookies and classic retellings with shortbread. Any guesses on what today’s feature is?
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Today’s cookie plays a special part in many folks’ holiday celebrations:
Gotta be honest, I’m not a big fan of gingerbread houses but I do LOVE gingerbread cookies! With a little spice to these cookies, I wanted to pair it with books that also have a little spice. The obvious pairing here is romance books but since I don’t read a ton of romance, I’m also considering “spice” in terms of humour.
Welcome back for another instalment of The Cookie Chapters! Time for more delicious holiday sweets paired with recommendations from my 2020 reads! Hopefully by the time you’re finished reading this post, you’ll be in the mood to read and bake some goodies!
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Today’s cookie is a true classic for the holidays that my family always has to have:
With this classic treat, I decided to pair it with some “classics” from my 2020 reads but with a twist: each of the books below are retellings of well-known and loved tales. Who says you can’t put a new twist on an old favourite?