Thursday, December 17, 2009

What's on Your Wish List This Holiday Season?

We all have our own tastes in books. The Book Connection has given me the avenue to share mine, and I always hope that my readers find something interesting when they are browsing around.

As a virtual book tour coordinator, I come across so many wonderful titles, but I can't possibly buy all of them and I don't have the time to review them all, since at this point we tour over 20 authors a month. So, for the past several years I have maintained a wish list on My hubby can always check that list to see what I am looking for; though if I get anymore books we might have to buy some new bookshelves because all of mine are overflowing, even though I've donated many books this year to the Shriner's Hospital for Children and our local library.

I'm going to share a few books from my wish list and also some titles I've come across that would be nice to see under my tree.

Evolution of a Sad Woman: The Story of Kizzy by Gale Laure

The Broken Teaglass: A Novel by Emily Arsenault

The Ideal Wife by Mary Balogh

The Resurrection of Lady Somerset by Nicola Beaumont

Esther's Gift (Mitford Christmas) by Jan Karon

Sarah Morgan: The Civil War Diary Of A Southern Woman by Sarah Morgan Dawson

Remembering Lucy Maud Montgomery by Alexandra Heilbron

How about you? What's on your reading wish list this year?


MamaOtwins+1 said...

My list is for my children - I can go to the library - but I prefer them to have books around the house.
They are getting
Light in the Attic and Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein and some of the Magic Treehouse series books.

Cheryl said...

We have Shel's books. My son loved them as a child and now my girls get a chance to enjoy them.

Thanks for stopping by.


Shannon said...

Fine Just the Way It Is-Wyoming Stories by Annie Proulx. The book wish list I can handle, I want the TIME wish list for hours to read.

Gale Laure said...

Thanks for having my book, "Evolution of a Sad Woman", on your wish list. I hope your wish comes true! Enjoy!