Christmas reads of 2018!

Welcome to Christmas Aria addicts! In case you’re a little overwhelmed with choice for Christmas books this year between all the cinnamon, snowflakes and winter flings, here is a roundup of our FAVOURITE Christmas reads!

This year, we have some recommendations based on the kind of Christmas reads you’re looking for, so sit tight and read on for some festive books!

If you’re looking for new beginnings with a hint of comeuppance…


Being a Writer

It was my dream to be a published writer before the age of sixty and I just made it by a few months. I then sold nine Regency romances to Robert Hale and seventeen shorter Regencies to DC Thomson for both of their pocket novels lines. All my books then went into large print with Ulverscroft. I also wrote six books for an online, American, digital publisher called Musa. I had already stopped submitting to them when they ceased trading.

A Christmas last!

I’m so delighted to tell you a little about my new novel, What Happened To Us?  You will have probably already guessed that this is a Christmas read from the lovely spangly cover my publishers have designed for it. It is just gorgeous, isn’t it?

Christmas is like good karma...

Christmas Magic is Like Good Karma…if you send it out, it will come right back to you!

When I was a child it all began with Santa. He made things happen. He never disappointed me, even when the things I asked for were difficult to find. For instance, as a four-year-old I wanted an old-style school register to go with the desk I hoped he would bring. My Christmas list was never a long one, because that was only a small part of what it meant to us as a family.

The Magic of Christmas with Erin Green

Wow! My third book ‘The Magic of Christmas Tree Farm’ has just been published by Aria and I can’t believe a year has passed since my debut novel ‘A Christmas Wish’ was released in 2017.

The idea for ‘The Magic of Christmas Tree Farm’ stems from the knowledge that not everyone enjoys the festive season. For some families, there is sadness and grief, for other folk relationship issues and break-ups but for lucky ones, it is the most wonderful time of the year! 

Rosie Clarke on her childhood memories...

Whenever I start to think of Christmas I remember what it was like to be a child after the war. Although very young, I know that presents were not often very much and must have been difficult to find. When my mother found some large composite dolls for my sister and I one year, it was very exciting.  They were dressed in knitted clothes and sat on our beds when we woke up.

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