Which means Santa is coming!
Which means bookworms all around the world are putting the finishing touches on the list of books they want to get because, really, do we even include anything else on our lists?
My book wishlist is entirely way too long, but I have somehow managed to rein ̶d̶e̶e̶r̶ it in and choose the ten I'd most love to get in paperback. You better be paying attention, Santa! (Just kidding, I totally wasn't threatening you. Please don't put me on the naughty list.)
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is:
Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree This Year
10. Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
I’ve yet to find a legitimate zombie book I’ve liked (the one I did find turned out to be about angels and demons), but a zombie romance? I could get into that.
9. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
It’s one of my favorite books, so I feel like I should probably own it, right?
8. Prince Lestat by Anne Rice
I cannot have an incomplete series. 12 out of 13 books is unacceptable! Though I am NOT happy that this cover is like seven times larger than all the others -_-
7. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
No, I still haven’t read this despite having talked about how much I want to read it for months. Don’t judge me.
6. Deadly Curiosities by Gail Z. Martin
Sometimes I read a blurb and just know I’m going to love a book. And usually (not always, but usually) when I get that feeling, I’m right. This is one of those books giving me that feeling.
5. Six of Hearts by L.H. Cosway
This one just sounds really good and I *think* it’s a standalone, so I wouldn’t have to worry about collecting a whole series.
4. Menagerie by Rachel Vincent
3. Amour Amour by Krista Ritchie
I need more circus books! GIVE ME ALL THE CIRCUS BOOKS, SANTA!
2. Reap the Shadows by Annette Marie
I’ve already got Books 1-3 in paperback, so I just need this one and the last one when it comes out and then viola! Complete series!
1. Trailer Park Fae by Lilith Saintcrow
Not only did I really like this book, I’m obsessed with this cover (which you already know if you read my post from yesterday), and I NEED to have this on my bookshelf. Or framed on my wall. Is it socially acceptable to frame books?