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Tuesday, 10 January 2017 14:52

9 books to warm your cold, bitter heart this winter

Written by  Ariel Scotti

As the temperatures drop and the warm glow of summer feels like a far off dream from long ago, you might find your good vibes have disappeared, too. Read these nine books of varying degrees of warmth to heat up your cold, bitter soul this winter.

Grab a blanket, some fuzzy socks and welcome hibernation.

"My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She's Sorry" by Fredrik Backman

As enchanting as the title sounds, Backman's delightful novel about a little girl's relationship with her unconventional grandmother and the apartment building where they both live will give you the whole spectrum of feels to keep you snug as the temperatures drop.

"The Art Of Racing In The Rain" by Garth Stein

This novel of a family in peril is told from the perspective of the family dog, the support system that holds the father together when his world falls apart. He sticks by him, as dogs do, through the roughest time of his life. It doesn't get much more heart-warming than that.

"I Was Told There'd Be Cake" by Sloane Crosley

A collection of essays, Crosley's hilarious fails and blunders will help warm you up from the inside out through fits of laughter at her relatable fallibility.

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