My goodness, here we are, mere days away from Christmas day and with it the chance to send off a book Christmas wish list to the big guy in red. Of course, we speak of Santa Claus.
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We may be cutting it a bit close to wait until now to share our list, but with technology and Santa’s know-all when it comes to perfect gifts, I’m pretty sure he already knows we’re all good with the idea of finding some books under our trees this year, just like any year before. To be honest, also like year’s prior, I have trouble coming up with a list, mainly because, I’m a bit of an addict when it comes to picking up books I want and I’m also trying to hone the genres/types of books I like, which is limiting. That said, I found some to stick on this wish list, so I’m calling this one a win!
Bookish Christmas Wish List
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1: [Books by] Sarah Adams
I’m all about good contemporary rom-com fiction, and I’ve heard pretty good things about Sarah’s novels. Needless to say if there’s fun new-to-me-contemporary to find, I’m here for it. Amazon | [Sarah Adams on] Goodreads
2: The Dress Shop on King Street, Ashley Clark
3: Things we Didn’t Say, Amy Lynn Green
4: Throw Like a Girl, Sarah Henning
5: You have a Match, Emma Lord
6: Heiress Apparently, Diana Ma
7: Instant Karma, Marissa Meyer
8: A Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow, Laura Taylor Namey
9: Of Literature and Lattes, Katherine Reay
Why I haven’t picked up Katherine’s 2020 release yet, I’ll never know. The only potential logical excuse I have is that I haven’t yet read The Printed Letter Bookshop, and maybe, I’m trying to use that as a rule (I have to read it first) for when I can finally buy this new book. Update: since the start of this until today, I also self-bought this title. Amazon | Goodreads
10: [Books by] Elizabeth Wein
I’ve heard so many good things about Code Name Verity, and while I read little historical (even less in YA!), I do like WWII fiction (don’t ask why). Sarah Sundin pens some of my favorite fiction in the genre, and so I think I’m always curious about other authors who write in this era. Elizabeth’s new The Enigma Game sounds good too. Amazon | [Elizabeth Wein on] Goodreads
Do you have a list of books you hope Santa leaves this year; what’s on that bookish Christmas wish list of yours? New releases? Books you haven’t picked up yet? Comment all of your thoughts below.
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