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Top Ten Books I’d Buy Right Now If I Received A Fully Loaded Gift Card
There are so many books I want, and while I love the library, these are the books I’d buy if I magically received a gift card.
- The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows. I’ve wanted to read The Orphan Queen for a really long time, so this is definitely one I’d buy.
- House Of Leaves by Mark Danielewski. This is another one I’ve wanted to read for a while, and it seems like a weird book, which means it’s right up my alley!
- The King Arthur Flour Baking Companion. As far as baking goes, they are my go-to source, and it only makes sense to have their cookbook.
- The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick. I loved The Boy Next Door, and I can’t wait to read this one!
- Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this book, but I’m really nervous about reading it because what if I don’t like it as much as everyone else? Still, a gift card would probably make me hesitate left.
- Mouse Guard by David Petersen. I love the first two volumes, and even though I haven’t read the 3rd one yet, I’d buy all three with no hesitation.
- Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix. I’ve been fascinated with this book designed to look like an Ikea catalog ever since I first heard about it ages ago. It would look pretty cool on a coffee table or bookshelf.
- Adult coloring books. I’ve only done a little coloring, but coloring is fun, and I’d definitely buy quite a few coloring books.
- Basically anything by Brian Froud. I LOVE fairies, and he does an awesome job with drawing fairies.
- And knowing me, I’d probably buy cookbooks or crochet books, because I love cooking and crocheting.
17 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’d Buy If I Received A Fully Loaded Gift Card”
Oh I have such a problem just buying all of the cookbooks because of the pretty covers. Also you will love Horrorstor it’s such a fun read.
It’s the same for me! I have a lot that I don’t use very often but I just can’t help buying more! Horrorstor seems really fun!
I’ve heard a lot of mixed reviews about Truthwitch. I don’t know if it’s the book for me, but I hope you get to read and love it soon! 😀 My Top Ten Tuesday!
I’ve heard some mixed reviews about it, but it’s interesting enough that I really want to give it a try! I hope I love it too!
Horrorstor sounds interesting. And I’ve been hearing about The Orphan Queen, it sounds intriguing.
My TTT: http://books.thetechchef.net/top-ten-tuesday-10/ I went with most kids books.
Both Horrorstor and The Orphan Queen sound really interesting!
I’ve read both ‘Truthwitch’ and ‘The Orphan Queen,’ and added OQ’s sequel to my list today. I’d kind of forgotten about that one, but someday I’m eager to add it to my shelf and read it. 🙂
The Orphan Queen looks so good!
I want to read Truthwitch too!
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2016/08/02/top-ten-tuesday-68/
Truthwitch looks really good!
I think so too!
Definitely get an adult colouring book, totally worth it.
They are so much fun! I definitely want more than the couple I already have.
I have heard so many good things about Truthwitch but I still haven’t read it yet either! Great list!
Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian
I’ve heard a lot of good things about Truthwitch too!
I can’t wait to read The Boy Most Likely To! I loved Tim in My Life Next Door, and can’t wait to read his story!
Here’s my list
I liked Tim in My Life Next Door too!