Books On My Christmas Wishlist | Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is books I hope Santa brings this year. I’m not expecting any books under the tree this year, but if I got to pick, these would definitely be the ones I’d want to unwrap.

A Million To One by Adiba Jaigirdar

I heard about this from Cat @ Brews and Reviews and it’s basically a heist story that takes place on the Titanic, and it’s also sapphic. If that doesn’t sound like something you absolutely need on your shelves, I don’t think we can friends. But honestly, doesn’t it just sound so cool?

A Magic Steeped in Poison (The Book of Tea #1) by Judy I. Lin

I’ve been seeing a lot about this one recently and I’ve been keeping an eye out for it but I haven’t seen it in any bookstores here. Is it the fact that this is a fantasy in which tea plays a huge role that grabs me so much? I don’t know, but I really, really want to get to this in 2023.

Mixed Signals (Lovelight #3) by B.K Borison

Lovelight Farms (the first book in this series) is my favourite read of this year—I just loved everything about it, and the sequel In the Weeds. This one released while I was in the middle of a book buying ban so I didn’t pick it up at the time and I still haven’t. I’ll definitely be picking this one up in the new year.

The Secrets of the Storm Forest (The Strangeworlds Travel Agency #3) by L.D Lapinski

I recently just buddy read the second book in this series with my lovely friend, Helen, and really enjoyed it. Like a few of these others, I’ll probably just end up getting this one from the library but I wouldn’t say no to a gift from Santa.

Alone With You in the Ether by Olivie Blake

I very nearly bought this one over the weekend but I was already buying something else and I didn’t really need both. I’m trying to be a little smarter with my book buying next year so I’ve already starting getting into the mindset. I have another Olivie Blake book on my shelves unread right now, so I don’t need this one until after I’ve read that. But, I really want this.

Paving the New Road (Rowland Sinclair #4) by Sulari Gentill

This is definitely one I’m planning to get from the library—I’m reading book three right now and I’ve been loving this series. There’s just something strangely charming and intriguing about this series that I don’t know how to put into words, I’m just thoroughly enjoying this journey.

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

This one is a book club read for May with Last To Read, which is the book club I co-host with two of my best friends, Mel and Lana. I just discovered this weekend that there’s apparently some disability representation in here as well (though no one is saying what in their Goodreads reviews), so that makes me even more excited to get to this one. While I’d love to get this now, I’m planning on holding on until closer to May.

Loyalty In Death (In Death #9) by J.D Robb

I’ve been reading books four and five in this series these past two days so I’m thinking about picking up the next books already. I have up to book eight currently, plus a few random later ones in the series, and I’m just excited to continue with these.

Vintage Murder (Roderick Alleyn #5) by Ngaio Marsh

I’ve been keeping my eye out for any Ngaio Marsh books I could find in the last few months but I haven’t managed to find this one yet. I’m up to book four but I don’t want to read it until I know I have access to book five, but again I’ve been really enjoying these.

How Not To Drown In A Glass of Water by Angie Cruz

I’ve had this one on my wishlist ever since it was announced but I just haven’t been in the mood to pick it up yet. I loved the two books I read from Angie Cruz previously so I’m hope I enjoy this one just as much.

And that’s it from me today. Have you read any of these? What are you hoping to find under your Christmas tree?


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