Thursday, March 11, 2021

A Very Merry Holiday Movie Guide by Rachel McMillan


The Movie Lover’s Guide to Yuletide.

Are you a holiday film fan? If so, you’re in good company. Fello made-for-TV movie buff Rachel McMillan invites you to skip the office Christmas party, put on your coziest pj’s, and crash on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate in one hand and your remote in the other to watch movies that have become the “hallmark” of the holiday season.

This one-of-a-kind illustrated guide features 15 themed celebrations featuring customized viewing lists, fun suggestions for starting new traditions, and festive facts about the happiest season of all. From baking to books, romance to royalty, and more, Rachel has put together a picure-perfect selection of holiday films to suit any interest.

A Very Merry Holiday Movie Guide is an idea gif to stocking stuffer for the Christmas movie lover in your life or a welcome addition to your family’s holiday traditions . 





I received a copy of this book from the publisher Harvest House Pulishers, and Netgalley in return for an honest review. 

This review got a bit lost so I do apologise that it’s a little late (yes ok 3 months late I know, bad book blogger). This was a nice book. I’ve not read anything like this before and was quite intrigued. 

The book was nice, a collection of different types of Christmas folk like the book lover’s Christmas, The Family Christmas, The Music Lover’s Christmas and so on. Each different Christmas chapter gives you ideas for what movies to watch, what snacks to have and new traditions to start, all of which tie in to the type of Christmas the chapter is about.

It was nice, but I do think I struggled to enjoy it fully reading the PDF, I will look out for a hard copy which I think might work better, the illustrations were gorgeous.

Thanks again to Harvest House Publishing, Netgalley, and as always the author, Rachel McMillan.





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