Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brings

Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brings

Ah, it's the midst of the holiday season! Got those gifts wrapped? Mmm, maybe a few? Got that figgy pudding made? Still planning to...

Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe - A recent book store browsing find, this book sounds like a really cute concept. And like any good Jane Austen fan, I can't get enough P&P.

The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Box Set - It's beyond time to relive the fun, the imagination, the tough stuff that builds character, and the snowmen. I once owned each individual book collection, but who knows nowadays where they're located at my mom's house...

Edenbrooke and Heir to Edenbrooke (hardcover) - Yay, it's a set, it's a hard cover, of one of the hottest clean romances I've read to date. I've been meaning to read the short story ebook "Heir to Edenbrooke" but honestly I'm not much of a Kindle user. Now that it's in print, please bring this Santa!

Count Of Monte Cristo Manga Classics - I really, really need to break down and read the actual novel. In the past, I've very much enjoyed film versions. Anyways, as a manga fan, this looks like a good way to get my feet wet. Love the Manga Classics I've read in the past.

The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi - I've been highly anticipating this movie ever since re-falling in love with Star Wars after seeing The Force Awakens. It's going to be fun to see all the concept art. Oh and as always, shipping Rey and Ben Solo (save Ben Solo!)

Someone to Wed (A Westcott Novel) - A Regency lady recluse making an earl "a startlingly unexpected proposal"?? This I gotta read.

For Castle and Crown - Ah, I haven't read a medieval romance in a while! That needs to change asap! Bring on the Castle and the Crown!

The Lost Letter: A Victorian Romance - As a penpal and big postcrosser, I typically enjoy stories that involve letter writing. A lost letter between a would-be couple sound mysterious and dramatically good. A bit Beauty & The Beast.

The Swordsman's Companion - Cause in my dreams, I want fencing lessons. And it might make a good reference for my creative writing.

Wired for Story: The Writer's Guide to Using Brain Science to Hook Readers from the Very First Sentence - Ditto!

1 comment:

  1. I see SO MANY beautiful things on this list! I would honestly die to get any of these for Christmas! I've some of Melissa de La Cruz's books and... they're not the best. I'm also a big Jane Austen fan, but I haven't heard good things about that book.

    My TTT: https://bookslikewolves.wixsite.com/blog/single-post/2017/12/19/Blogmas-19-Books-I-Want-My-Future-Children-To-Read



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