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5 Short Entertaining Holiday Books For Women

Who doesn’t love lounging in the sun with a good book? If you’re after an entertaining book to take away on holiday with you, then these are the books for you

#1 Slothilda – Living The Sloth Life

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A collection of relatable comics about a cute little sloth named Slothilda. She's addicted to modern-day technology, junk-food, and loves to do absolutely nothing – she’s just like you! Slothilda is a modern-day mascot that represents the inner sloth in us all.

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Contributors: Dante Fabiero from Slothilda Sloth

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#2 The Missing Activist by Louise Burfitt-Dons

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This gripping thriller with its short chapters is a perfect choice for the holidays to read in transit or lounging by the pool. The female sleuth is a bumbling wannabe Wallender put on the job of finding a young activist who’s disappeared after reporting bullying by a senior member of his political party. If you’ve ever given up precious vacation time to campaign for a group, cause or election, this fast-paced book is a must for the suitcase.

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Contributors: Simone Ellis from LouiseBurfitt-Dons

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#3 A Christmas Return by Anne Perry

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This compact little novella aptly details a Victorian-era mystery that’s set during the holidays, with an engrossing plot that showcases the true meaning of Christmas. At less than 200 pages, it’s the perfect length to fully develop the plot and characters without being overly long. This is one short read that is sure to add a little spice to your holidays! 

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Contributors: David Ambrogio from Tower Books

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#4 Bleed by Lori Michelle

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modern-day of scary short stories from authors across the US. It includes some award-winning horror authors, and currently has five stars on Amazon for its variety of scares, from evil slime creatures to zombies, to the psychological horror of self-abuse. It's generally more cozy chills than I will never sleep again since everything in the book's supposed to be a metaphor for cancer. All proceeds from *Bleed *go to help kids with cancer who can't afford their treatment or transportation.

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Contributors: Jen Finelli from ByJenFinelli

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#5 Superheroes: The Crossover Alliance Anthology V3

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Each earnest becoming a hero story can be finished in about half an hour. The Crossover Alliance is a small publisher committed to marrying spirituality with dark fiction. They're tired of β€œinspirational” fiction that avoids real world dark topics in the name of God–they want to play with real problems while still putting unabashed faith front and center. 

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Contributors: Jen Finelli from ByJenFinelli

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