Since tomorrow is Christmas (!!!) it seems fitting that this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about what books I hope to get for presents. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly listing book meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl where you list your top ten responses to the prompt. For this prompt, I had to improvise slightly because I only put six books on my Chrismas list. There are several books that I am hoping to get afterwards during a little post-Christmas shopping spree, so those are included as well. Enjoy my choices and please feel free to share your own Top Ten Tuesday post below!
“Books I Hope to Find Under My Tree”
- The Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Lucky by Mackenzie Lee: I am so excited to read this new novella and I definitely hope this one makes it under my tree!
- A Tale of Magic by Chris Colfer. I’ve been wanting to read this book since it came out in October and this January will be the time to do it!
- Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford. I heard about this book recently and immediately pushed it high up on my TBR!
- A Conference of Birds (preorder) by Ransom Riggs. I can’t wait for the next installment in this series, which comes out in the second week of January.
- The Hand on the Wall (preorder) by Maureen Johnson. The final installment of this series is something I am on the edge of my seat waiting for.
- One of Us Is Next (preorder) by Karen M. McManus. This book promises to be a wild ride and it is so cool that the author has returned to the world of her first book, One of Us Is Lying.
- All The Stars and Teeth preorder by Adalyn Grace, one of my most anticipated debut releases of 2020 because it is about mermaids and magic!
- Belle Revolte preorder by Linsey Miller, which is another of my highly anticipated 2020 releases and it has a fabulous preorder campaign!
- Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I bought this book last week as a gift for myself (this is totally allowed) because I want to try reading some classic books by women authors this next year.
- The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow. This is another book that I discovered recently, which I would love to read in the next year!
Happy reading and happy holidays! What books do you want for Christmas this year?