So if you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ll completely, totally get that it’s December and that means, CHRISTMAS!!!
It also means:
Travelling to Friends and Family
Possibility of Snow (unless you live in the UK)
And of course, Christmas lists.
Now, as any of you book bloggers/vloggers will know, if you talk about books, books are bound to be on your Christmas list.
So, without further do, see below for a few books on my list. (Bare in mind, this will not be the whole list, as I’d need a library for that… *Hint* *Hint*)
Please bear in mind that this list is in no way complete AND that these books are not in order of favourite etc.
1 – The Harry Potter Series! by J. K. Rowling
I love the Scholastic box set with the amazing covers! Having read all the books this Summer and blogging about them all through October (catch up here!), I’d love the have a hardback version of the books, just so, y’know, I can read through them again whenever I want/need.
2 – The Fox and The Star by Coralie Bickford-Smith
This cover is amazing! It’s another one of those books where I’ll fall in love with the cover first before buying the book. Reading the blurb, it’s a good heartwarming read for this time of year, perfect with a warm drink and blankets in the evenings!
3 – Cogheart by Peter Bunzl
Another cover I fell in love with! (Oops!) It reminds me a bit of Mortal Instruments but I’m really interested in giving this a read!
4- The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater
Again with the covers? I’ve heard so much about this book and I’d love to give it a read. Yes, it’s got a pretty cover, and it’s the forth in the series, so I should probably read the first 3 first, but it sound so good and well, I’m a sucker for a fantasy read.
5 – Scythe by Neal Shusterman
I found this book on Goodreads and after reading the blurb I was hooked! Involving a fight to the death to become deaths apprentice (told you it was cool!) this book, I can imagine, will have anyone on the toes. It’s an interesting story, and based around such a touching subject, death, I’m sure this will also be an interesting read.
To be honest, there are probably a bunch more books that could be added to my list, if I added my Amazon Wish List and my Goodreads to be read list, but I doubt I’d get a library for Christmas.
Have you got any books of your Christmas wish? And if so, leave me a comment below about what you’re hoping ‘Santa’ will bring you this year.