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Merry Christmas, everyone! I hope y'all have a great day tomorrow, get the gifts you hope for, have fun with family, and eat yummy food.
So...books I wish Santa would bring... I'm going to go off my book wishlists that I gave my parents and grandparents, since they're technically Santa. ;)
1. Allegiant by Veronica Roth
Our local indie bookseller had a few signed copies, and I dropped repeated hints that I wanted it, so we'll see if it's under the tree for me tomorrow.
2. Relic by Heather Terrell
I had an ARC of this book, but I want an actual hardcover copy to go on my bookshelf.
3. This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
This was one of my favorite reads of 2013, and I neeeeeeddddd it. So if no one gets it for me, hopefully I'll have a giftcard to go buy books.
4. The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg
"All I need is this book..."
5. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter
I'm still completing my collection of Gallagher Girls books, and since I have the first two (and book six), this one is next on my list, even though it's probably my least favorite of the series.
6. Golden by Jessi Kirby
I promise I don't want this book solely for its beautiful cover.
7. Margot by Jillian Cantor
One of the best historical fiction novels I've ever read. I love the whole "what-if" set-up.
8. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
It's one of the books I read and liked a lot, so of course I want it.
9. The House of Hades by Rick Riordan
It's become a "thing" that every year since The Son of Neptune, my mom has gotten me the latest book in the Heroes of Olympus series for Christmas. Will that tradition continue this year? I hope so!
I thought about putting Cress as book ten, since I really wish Santa would bring it for me. But I'm trying to be realistic here. So I'll go for another book on one of my wishlists.
10. Falling for Hamlet by Michelle Ray
I'm still a Shakespeare/Hamlet geek. I still want this book, no matter how much I dislike its cover. (Seriously, what self-respecting girl wears a skirt that short?)