Wishlist Wednesday #7 – Xmas Edition

Happy Holidays!

As a booknerd, I don’t have to think about the amount of books I wouldn’t mind tucked under the Christmas tree. There are stacks of books I would love to read, or love to own, so I’ve limited myself to 5. Here are my picks for

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#1 – All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

This book won the Goodreads Choice for Young Adults. I’ve had it out of the library on ebook twice and I’ve only managed to read a few pages. Just from that though I could ‘feel all the feels’ coming, so I put it aside for when I could really dedicate my time and focus to it. It’s been published for almost a year and I still haven’t read it!

#2 – Confess by Colleen Hoover

I’ve read this and I rated in 5 stars. I’ve even used some of the artwork within for my phone wallpaper. Colleen Hoover writes amazing New Adult Romance. I’ve read a few of her works now and anything new I automatically add it to my TBR because I know it’s going to be great. I wouldn’t mind this on my bookshelf.

#3 – A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

This is expected for publication in May 2016, so I know it’s not gonna be under my Xmas Tree but I really enjoyed A Court of Thorns and Roses. I hadn’t read a retelling of Beauty and the Beast before and I’m not sure if that’s the best way to describe it. I really should learn my lesson and wait to read series when they are complete because I WANT THIS NOW!

#4 – Harry Potter (Boxed Set) by J. K. Rowling

I have never owned the whole series. I’ve got 2 books on my shelf and one is on permanent loan from a friend because I never returned it, lol. The other is a hardcover that I wouldn’t mind owning the boxed set for. So, in honour of #HarryXmasToYou, I wouldn’t mind the boxed set under my Xmas Tree.

#5 – The Great New Zealand Colouring Book

To keep the fire burning for my new passion, I add this NZ Colouring Book to my wishlist. I couldn’t even find it on Book Depository! I love colouring in, and I need to get me some proper pencils and in a wider range of colours. There’s only so much I can do with 12-15 colours, especially when you have themed books like Lost Ocean. How many different ways can you colour the sea?


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