It's the holiday season and Christmas is just around the corner so I thought today we should talk about the book which have made it onto my Christmas wish list. I saw a lot of BookTubers talk about theirs and so I want to do it, too. And yes, I know, they did it in video form while I am sitting here and writing about it. I know. But somehow I'm currently in a small video-making-slump so bear with me.
Anyway, let's get to the books on my bookish wish list!
#1 - This Shattered World by Amy Kaufman & Meagan Spooner
I very much enjoyed This Broken Stars, the first book in the Starbound trilogy, and so I am very much looking forward to reading the sequel. And let's be honest, who wouldn't want to get a book like this for Christmas, I mean did you notice the gorgeous cover?
#2 - Make up Your Life by Michelle Phan
Michelle Phan is one of my favorite YouTubers out there so when I heard she has a book coming out I knew I have to have it. I am helplessly lost when it comes to make up so who knows, maybe Michelle's book will be able to help and save me?
#3 - Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey by Ed Sheeran and Philip Butah
I love Ed Sheeran and his music. A book about him by him? Sign me up!
#4 - Revolution by Russell Brand
I like Russell Brand. I enjoyed the movies he plays in and I enjoy watching his YouTube videos. I've heard him read out a few excerpts from his book and they sounded great so I definitely would like to find this book under my non-existent Christmas tree.
#5 - The Martian by Andy Weir
After reading 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad I am fairly terrified of books set in space and other planets but still this book set on the Mars immediately intrigued me. And that cover? Love it!
#6 - The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons
A 810 pages long book set in Russia? Hell yes please! You guys know how much I love Russia and so I really don't know why I don't own this book yet.
#7 - My True Love Gave To Me by 12 Authors
A book centered around Christmas? One with a gorgeous cover and pink pages? Sounds like the perfect Christmas gift to me!
#8 - Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
I've only read one Colleen Hoover book so far but I've heard so much about her books and this one in particular that I just really want to check it out. And, pssh, don't tell anyone, but I've actually already ordered this one for myself for Christmas.
#9 - My Drunk Kitchen by Hannah Hart
See a pattern here? I love Hannah and her videos and so how could I say no to a book by her all about food and funny stories?
#10 - Grace's Guide: The Art of Pretending to be a Grown Up by Grace Helbig
As someone who is 20 years old I should know how to be an adult (in most European countries you are considered an adult from 18 upwards) but I don't so maybe Grace could help me out a bit so I can at least pretend to know what I am doing.
And that is it, the 10 books that are currently atop my bookish Christmas wish list. Knowing myself this list will change in no time but whatever. But now it's your turn, tell me about the books you wish to find under your Christmas tree below in the comments or over twitter (@Alice_Reeds).
Have a wonderful day/night,