I finally have internet again! It has been a long couple of weeks but I can now finally get back into blogging, and what better way than to share the books I would love to find under the tree on Christmas morning. Some of these I have specifically asked good old Santa for and others are books I expect will end up in my possession after the Boxing Day sales.
I have already read Stephanie Perkins' 2017 release, however I read it as an eARC from Netgalley. I would love a physical copy to join her other books on my shelves.
I love Kasie West and want to read all of her books! I've heard such great things about this book, I can't wait to finally read it.
I adore Anna Kendrick but for some reason have yet to pick up her book. I know this is going to be hilarious!
This was on my Christmas list last year but Santa struggled to find a copy for some reason. This is one I have been interested in for a while now so hopefully Santa can find it this year.
Everyone seems to love this book so I think it's about time I gave it a go. I've almost bought this quite a few times now but hopefully I'll get my hands on it this Christmas.
Despite being first published in 2013, this is a book I have heard so much about this year and all I have heard is great things. I've been wanting to read Katie Cotugno's books for a while now and this seems like a good one to start with.
I watched all of Gilmore Girls for the first time last year but watched it all within a couple of months and have spent most of this year wanting more. From what I have heard, this book talks about her time on Gilmore Girl's so hopefully that will fill the gap.
Even though I mainly want to read this book in order to watch the TV show, I have heard so many great things about it. Every time I hear about this book or read the synopsis it just sounds like something I would enjoy.
I started the DIMILY series this year and I am now desperate to finish it as soon as possible, especially as another book has just been announced telling the story from Tyler's point of view.
Cecelia Ahern is one of my favourite authors so it seems ridiculous that I don't yet own her 2016 release. I hope to own and have read all of her works in the not so distant future.
What books are at the top of your wishlist?