Blog Hop: Christmas Wishes

First of all, Happy Friday the Thirteenth!  Watch out for ladders and talking ravens. 🙂

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This week’s Book Blogger Hop question: What books do you want for Christmas?

You know, there are less than you might think…because I get the vast majority of my books from the library, and when I madly love something, well–I usually buy it!  And then, I’ve been working on collecting books by my favorite authors for so long, I own all the obvious ones.

However–that doesn’t mean I don’t have an Amazon wishlist…  And near the top are Cybele’s Secret and Heir to Sevenwaters by Juliet Marillier, Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George, and (bookish if not actually a book) the Masterpiece Theatre film of Northanger Abbey.  Maybe the best would be The Bread We Eat in Dreams by Catherynne M. Valente, because I must admit I’m balking rather at the current list price (downside–it won’t actually be released until December 31st).

What books would you like to receive?  And may I suggest a really great book to put on your Christmas wish list? 🙂

4 thoughts on “Blog Hop: Christmas Wishes

  1. But you already gave me that one! 🙂
    We’ve been spending so much on preschool that I haven’t been able to get myself the new ones by my favorite authors. I want the American Fairy books and Shadows and the One Bowl Baking book I recently reviewed. I also put print copies of the Raven Cycle books on my wishlist (the autographed ones from Stiefvater’s hometown bookstore) because I love them so much I want them in print to loan out to friends as well as audio to listen to myself.

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