It’s that most wonderful time of year again. Time for festive cheer, and for some of us, a most important task: writing those letters to Santa. This year, as we do every year, I’m sharing my little ‘Dear Santa’ letter in the usual bookworm style of a novel Christmas wish list!
What always amazes me is how difficult it is each year to piece this list together. As is the normal landscape of these annual wish lists, I’m still unsure if this means there are fewer books publishing that I’m interested in, I buy too many books for myself or I’m learning that I’m more content in life than I realized. Ideally I’d like it to be the latter, but I’m nervous it’s the proceeding reason.
Either way, it’s still fun to make a little bookish wish list for Santa, and despite the fact that this is getting to him quite last, he is, after all Santa Claus. Something tells me, he could still see this.
Dear Santa: This is My Novel Wish List 2019!
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1: Deadly Little Scandals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
2: Virgin River by Robin Carr
3: Hearts, Strings and Other Breakable Things by Jacqueline Firkins
Totally forgot about this one until making this list. I remember seeing the cover art, and reading the synopsis and thinking it sounds like a fun, and cute read that’d make an ideal lighthearted binge-read. Amazon | Goodreads
4: What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon
I’ve seen much high praise for this historical (or rather time slip) novel. It looks interesting, and while I’m not an avid historical fiction reader, I make exceptions from time to time. Amazon | Goodreads
5: Together Forever and Searching for You by Jody Hedlund
Read book one in this historical fiction series that centers on the orphan trains, and thought it was really quite good. All of which reminds me someday… I should go and read the follow up books. Together Forever on Amazon | Goodreads ● Searching for You on Amazon | Goodreads
6: Murder in the City of Liberty by Rachel McMillan
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What books (or other bookish things) made your wish lists this year? Have you read any I mention? Do you want to? Share all the bookish thoughts in the comments. If you have a blog or joined in the Top Ten Tuesday meme, leave your links below. It may take me an entire week, but I’d love to come by and visit your bookish spaces.
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