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Top 10 Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing Me
When I was working on this list, I decided to go with books that are in TBR pile. It might be wishful thinking but maybe having some of those books in my TBR pile would actually get me to read some of them. It is a most random list, but there are a lot of books I really, really want! I really am amazed I managed to narrow down to the following 10 books…
- Life And Death Of Anne Boleyn: The Most Happy by Eric Ives. This is a book I’ve been meaning to read for ages, and I’m just too lazy to actually get my hands on a copy.
- Brian Froud’s World Of Faerie. Actually, I’d be happy with anything by Brian Froud. I love fairies and I’m impressed with his illustrations.
- Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson. I keep hearing good things about Tiger Lily, so maybe I’d actually read it if I had my own copy.
- The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. Because I’ve never read it and I really need to.
- The Hummingbird Bakery Cake Days by Tarek Malouf. Because I love to bake and I don’t make enough cake.
- The Time Traveller’s Guide To Elizabethan England by Ian Mortimer. This could be helpful if I ever write that book set in Tudor England…plus, it seems like a cool book.
- Lola And The Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins. Because I loved Anna And The French Kiss, and so now I need to read Lola And The Boy Next Door.
- Vicksburg, 1863 by Winston Groom. Because I have a few books about the Civil War in my TBR pile, and I really want one of them. I just randomly picked this one.
- In The American West by Richard Avedon. Because I’ve really liked his photography ever since I saw an exhibit of his at the San Diego Museum Of Art. It would be nice to look at his photographs all the time!
- Clara Bow: Runnin’ Wild by David Stenn. I’ve been wanting to read this one for a while, and after hearing The History Chicks talk about her in one of their episodes, I’ve really wanted to read this one.