Here are some books I wouldn’t mind seeing under my Christmas tree this year!
1) The Lord of the Rings series – J.R.R. Tolkien
Why? Because I eventually do want to read all the books in the Lord of the Rings series, and I figure that if I own them I may have a better chance of doing so.
2) Time Between Us — Tamara Ireland Stone
Why? Because I’ve wanted to read this book since I first heard about it. Time travel romance? Sign me up!
3) Meant To Be — Lauren Morrill
Why? Because it’s set in LONDON! Also, there is romance, and some mystery and intrigue. Also, this is a book that I’ve wanted to read since I first heard about it.
4) Days of Blood & Starlight — Laini Taylor
Why? Because I loved Daughter of Smoke & Bone, and from the moment I finished it, I could not wait to read its sequel. I need more Karou and Akiva!
5) Anna and the French Kiss — Stephanie Perkins
Why? Because I’ve never read Anna and the French Kiss before but I’ve heard so many good things about it which make me want to check it out.
6) If I Stay — Gayle Forman
Why? Because I’ve heard SO many good things about Gayle Forman. Also, there is a Hudson Valley YA Society event at Oblong Books in February featuring Gayle Forman, Elizabeth LaBan, and Amy McNamara which I would love to attend (even if Santa doesn’t get me this book for Christmas).
7) Auracle – Gina Rosati
Why? Because I still haven’t gotten over how much I LOVED Auracle, and I really want to own a finished copy for myself.
8) Wanderlove — Kirsten Hubbard
Why? Because I would really like to have a physical copy of Wanderlove in my hands. I do still have my copy on my Nook but I can’t help wanting another.
9) Ask the Passengers — A.S. King
Why? Because April has been pushing this book towards me ever since she finished it. She swears I will love it, and she has yet to lead me in the wrong direction. I would love to be able to check it out!
10) The Giver — Lois Lowry
Why? Because I recently finished re-reading The Giver on audiobook and I was quickly reminded how much I LOVE it. Having a physical copy to turn to whenever I wanted to would be really nice.
So…what books would you like to find under your tree from Santa?
As always Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke And The Bookish.