Saturday, November 27, 2010

Weekend Book Club: Christmas Wish List

This week, for the first time all year, I didn't read at least one book.
(YA revisions have taken all my time.)

So this weekend, we're shaking it up a little and discussing books you have on your Christmas wish list.

If you're anything like me, this list could go on forever, but here are the books I really, really want to read over Christmas:

-Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
-Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
-Torment by Lauren Kate
-Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
-Return to Paradise by Simone Elkeles

Over to you.

What books are on your Christmas wish-list?


Donna Alward said...


I know that sounds terrible, but I truly just want to catch up on all the fab things in my TBR.

What I'd really like is more time to read. LOL

Romy @ said...

Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead of course! I cannot wait until the 7th of December. BTW Great Christmas reading pics Nicola, I have Clockwork Angel, Linger and Torment all on my bookshelf just waiting to be read, ahhh so many book such little time. Have a great weekend.

Romy :)

Kerrin said...

the last Fever book from Karen Marie Monings set, shadow fever i think it's called.
a few In Death books by J D Robb.

Lois said...

Yep, I want to catch up on my TBR's too... have a couple of review books to read first, then a couple of Christmas related books I have planned are The Mischief of the Mistletoe by Lauren Willig... A Darcy Christmas by a couple of authors that I can't see from here... a Blaze anthology, It Must Have Been the Mistletoe (with nice guy on the cover - I mean, nice cover there) ;)... The Naughty List, by a couple of authors, but the one I can see the name of is Donna Kaufmann, and just a couple of rereads, not all of them that I tend to bring out. :)


Nicola Marsh said...

Good point, Donna.

I've still got a huge TBR pile but can't resist adding to it!

More time to read would be wonderful :)

Nicola Marsh said...

I think we're one of thousands counting down to the Last Sacrifice release date, Romy :)

Nicola Marsh said...

I really enjoyed the early J.D.Robb books, Kerrin, but then fell too far behind so I stopped.

Reckon I'd have to go back to the beginning and start all over again.

Nicola Marsh said...

Wow, you've got a lot of holiday reading to do, Lois!