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Top Ten Books I Really Want To Find Under The Christmas Tree
This is going to be a good one! I’m a book person, obviously, since I do have a book blog. While it’s mostly books, I’ve included a few non-book but book-related things. Because why not?
- Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones. Even though I’ve already read this book, I still want a copy to have on my shelf. That cover is absolutely beautiful. And it is one of my favorite books from this year.
- The Court Of Fives series by Kate Elliott. I’ve read this series, but sadly, I don’t own them. So I’d love to see them under the Christmas tree this year.
- Pretty much any book about Tudor England. I have quite a few, and there a lot more I actually want on my shelf, but I’m far too lazy to actually give some titles.
- So while this isn’t an actual book, it is book-related. I have a few of the wax melts from this Etsy shop, and I’d love more! Frostbeard has some amazing scents and who wouldn’t want to read a book while the scent of Christmas At The Burrow wafts by?
- How To Cook Everything by Mark Bittman. The King Arthur Flour Cookbook is my go-to for baking, and while I have a ton of cookbooks, I’ve heard really good things about his books, and this one seems like a good one to add to my collection.
- These donut mugs are adorable, and they are the perfect vessel for some coffee or tea to have next to me when I am reading.
- Also, I’d love to feel like I’m in Kowalski’s Bakery when I’m reading. It looks like bubbleandgeek has a lot of awesome bookish candles…so while Kowalski’s Bakery really speaks to me, I’d be good with any of the candles.
- Pretty much any book that’s about Norse mythology. I’ve had this idea for a re-telling of Norse mythology meets Little Red Riding Hood for a while, but I know nothing about Norse mythology, so it’s been on hold for a while. Hopefully, some books would help figure out what I should do with this idea.
- The Bread Baker’s Apprentice. I’ve had my eye on this book for a while, because I’ve always wanted to try baking my own bread. This book seems like it would be a good guide.
- Crochet Ever After: 18 Crochet Projects Inspired By Classic Fairy Tales. I love to crochet, and since I’m a fan of fairy tale re-tellings, this is a good way to make some really cool fairy tale inspired items.