I didn't think about this one very much, just chose ten books off my wishlist that have already been published. The thing is, I rarely get any books for Christmas. So I'm not very hopeful that I'll get any of these come the 25th of December...
Stealing Parker by Miranda Keneally - I really enjoyed Miranda Kenneally's previous book, Catching Jordan, and this one sounds quite cute as well. Another book about girls and sports? Sign me up.
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor - I was crazy in love with Daughter of Smoke and Bone and I was counting down the days until this book was published. ...And I still haven't gotten myself a copy! Boo, but I'm sure that when I do, I'll absolutely love it.
Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner - I don't normally feel disappointed that I don't review for a certain publisher, but I have to say, I'd love to review for Hot Keys Books. Mostly because I would have loved this one for review. Everything I've read about it (and admittedly it hasn't been much because I want to come to the story fresh) sounds wonderful. I'm sure this one will be fab.
Arabesque by Colin Mulhern - There's always that concern that perhaps us as book bloggers aren't very effective in selling books, but without the reviews from trusted book bloggers, I might not have known about this book. I love the cover and the sound of this book. It's been on my wish list for awhile!
Every Day by David Levithan - I've really enjoyed the books I've read by David Levithan so far. And this book is no exception. It just sounds like such an interesting concept for a book - a boy who lives every day as a different person in a different life. I could get on board with this story pretty quickly!
Blood Keeper by Tessa Gratton - Blood Magic was one of my favourite books last year. I continued reading the book even though we had company over and it was one of the rudest things I've done in awhile. It was worth it, I loved every page of Blood Magic and I have high hopes for this the sequel, Blood Keeper!
Iron Legends by Julie Kagawa - I do so adore Julie Kagawa, but I haven't read any of the short stories that she's written for between the Iron Fey series. I quite like that this collection was published with the stories all in one place. It'll be quite nice to dip back into this story and revisit some of my favourite characters.
Blankets by Craig Thompson - I don't read many graphic novels. In fact, I could probably count the number of graphic novels I have read on both hands. But even so, I'm always quite curious about them and would love to read more. I've heard good things about this story and I'm intrigued...
Miracle by Elizabeth Scott - I've made no secret of the fact that Elizabeth Scott is one of my favourite ever authors! I really love the way she writes stories, whether it is a contemporary romance or something far more serious. I can't say that I know very much of the plot of Miracle, but I've read that is more intense and emotional rather than light and romantic.
Which books are you hoping that Father Christmas will bring for you?