Category: Top Ten Tuesday

Top Eight New-to-Me Authors I Read In 2018

Posted January 14, 2019 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 39 Comments

So… 2018 was not exactly the best year of reading for me. I didn’t read nearly as many books as I had hoped, and I didn’t branch out as much as I had planned. I tried out quite a few new authors (18 of them!) in 2018, and I didn’t like many of them. lol. So I’m sharing eight new-to-me authors I discovered this year that I really loved and plan to read more from! In parentheses I’m noting which of their books I read last year.

Ellie Cahill (I Temporarily Do and The Designated +1)
Jenna Evans Welch (Love & Gelato and Love & Luck)
Christina Lauren (Roomies and Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating)
Alice Clayton (Roman Crazy)
Nina Bocci (Roman Crazy)
Morgan Matson (Save the Date)
Sharon Cameron (The Dark Unwinding and A Spark Unseen)
Melanie Cellier (A Dance of Silver and Shadow and A Tale of Beauty and Beast)

Which authors did you discover in 2018?
Which books of theirs made you fall in love with their writing?


Top Ten Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2019

Posted January 7, 2019 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 36 Comments

I don’t know about you, but 2019 is shaping up to look like a great year of books for me! I guess I say that every year, and it’s really bad for my TBR, but oh well! Here’s a list of the ten I’m most excited about that are releasing through June of this year.

99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne (January 29, 2019)

I LOVED The Hating Game, and I cannot wait to read this next book by Sally Thorne! I received an ARC for this one, and I think I’m going to start it as soon as I finish my current read.

King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo (January 29, 2019)

Nikolai is probably my favorite character from the Grisha trilogy, and I’m so excited that he’s getting his own duology now!

Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss by Kasie West (February 5, 2019)

Kasie West writes some of the cutest YA contemporary romance, and even though I don’t love Hollywood/actor/famous people romances I’m hoping Kasie does me proud on this one!

Field Notes On Love by Jennifer E. Smith (March 5, 2019)

I was slightly iffy on this one because Jennifer E. Smith is kind of hit or miss for me, but a few things about the synopsis signed the deal for me. 1. College train trip across the United States. This sounds so fun!! 2. The companion ticket is booked in his ex-girlfriend’s name, so he lists the ticket online looking for other girls named Margaret to go on this trip with him. Sounds like such a fun unique premise!

Sherwood by Meagan Spooner (March 19, 2019)

I love Meagan Spooner’s writing, and a female Robin Hood sounds very interesting to me. The clincher, though, was when I found out the audiobook is narrated by Fiona Hardingham (one of my favorite narrators). I pre-ordered it immediately at that point!

The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves (April 2, 2019)

I actually got a VERY early review copy of this book last April because I was Tracey’s subject matter expert for the book, but it is AMAZING you guys! It’s so, so good. I cannot wait to own a finished copy for my personal library, but I also can’t wait to see what the world thinks of a book I’ve loved for a long time!


Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett (April 16, 2019)

I’m reading this one right now, and it’s so wonderful so far! I love Jenn’s contemporary romances because they are always so unique and have the best swoony boys! I love the diner in Serious Moonlight, and Birdie’s hilarious Aunt Mona is perfect. I love the slight mystery aspect and swoony Daniel. Do yourself a favor and pre-order this one!

The Unhonymooners by Christina Lauren (May 14, 2019)

There’s no cover for this one yet, but I might be unreasonably excited about The Unhoneymooners. It sounds like it was written for me. And it doesn’t help that I love everything these two ladies write. Two enemies are the only survivors of a wedding food poisoning debacle and end up going on the honeymoon together because someone has to! This just sounds like it’s going to be amazing.


The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary (May 28, 2019)

Listen. This book is about two strangers sharing an apartment. “Leon, a night shift worker, will take the apartment during the day, and Tiffy can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever be there when she’s at the office. In fact, they’ll never even have to meet.” They develop a friendship by communicating through notes they leave around the apartment for each other!!! When does a friendship ever not turn into more than a friendship? This sounds GOLDEN.

The Beholder by Anna Bright (June 4, 2019)

The Beholder has been pitched as The Odyssey mets Cinderella or Once Upon a Time meets The Bachelorette. Color me intrigued. Selah must cross the Atlantic to find a suitor or just never bother coming home. “From English castle gardens to the fjords of Norge, and under the eye of the dreaded Imperiya Yotne, Selah’s quest will be the journey of a lifetime.”

Which books are you looking forward to over the next few months?
Do we have any picks in common?


Top Ten Books I Read In 2018

Posted January 1, 2019 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 31 Comments

Happy New Year, bookworms! I’ve decided 2019 is going to be my year, and I’m so happy to say goodbye to 2018. BUT… I did read some great books in 2018 and here they are!

I Temporarily Do by Ellie Cahill
Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch
Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett
The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves
Save the Date by Morgan Matson
The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron
A Tale of Beauty and Beast by Melanie Cellier
Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren
A Touch of Gold by Annie Sullivan
The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett


Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brought Last Night

Posted December 24, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 9 Comments

Merry Christmas!! I wish you the very best day with those you love. I hope there’s good food, yummy books, hot chocolate, cookies, fuzzy blankets, snow, music, lights… you get the picture. I wish you all my favorite things about Christmas.

Today’s topic is easy so we can get back to family time ASAP. What books do you hope Santa brought you last night? Or… what books DID he bring you? Or… what books do you plan to spend your gift cards on?? Does anyone else find gift cards stressful? It’s so much easier to be handed a book than it is to be given money to buy one. The pressure is too intense for me! Anyway, let’s fill up our TBRs with everyone else’s wished for books today!

Moonlight Sins by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Moonlight Seduction by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Listen to Your Heart by Kasie West
The Scandalous, Dissolute, No-Good Mr. Wright by Tessa Dare
Say You’re Sorry by Melinda Leigh
The Out of Office Girl by Nicola Doherty
Mister Romance by Leisa Rayven
Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier
Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier
Save the Date by Carrie Aarons


Top Ten Books On My Winter 2018/2019 To-Read List

Posted December 17, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 32 Comments

It’s time for another seasonal TBR TTT! I love these topics, and I know you do too. I’m fully immersed in Christmas novels right now, but I know I’ll be itching for a change of pace by the middle of next week. There’s so much I want to read! I’m excited to see what’s on your list as well. I’m limiting my list to books that are either out already or will be coming out this winter. I’ve got a TON of ARCs that come out in the spring and summer, but that’s no fun to talk about right now when they’re not easily accessible soon!

A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer
A contemporary fantasy retelling of Beauty and the Beast! So excited!

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
I love books about fae, and I never stop hearing about this one.

The Beholder by Anna Bright
An Odyssey retelling sounds cool, even though I’ve never read The Odyssey. lol. But I love fantasies on the high seas and look at that cover!

99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne
SO EXCITED to read more from the author of The Hating Game, which I adored!

Once Upon a River by Dianne Setterfield
“Replete with folklore, suspense and romance, as well as with the urgent scientific curiosity of the Darwinian age, Once Upon a River is as richly atmospheric”

Come Find Me by Megan Miranda
“…a captivating thriller about two teens who connect when each discovers a mysterious radio frequency, which suggests their family tragedies are mysteriously connected.”

My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren
Because why not?? I love this author duo!

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton
I’ve always wanted to read a book by Kate Morton, and this one sounds great! I’m starting to really love historical mysteries.

The Governess Game by Tessa Dare
I’m excited for her newest book! She’s one of my favorite authors.

An Age of License: A Travelogue by Lucy Kinsley
A graphic novel travelogue!! I just got this from my secret sister and cannot WAIT to read it!

Which books are you excited to read this winter?


My Top Ten Favorite Christmas Movies

Posted December 10, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 34 Comments

Today is freebie day, and to go along with my A Bookish Little Christmas event this month I decided to make it Christmassy. I love all things Christmas, but I’ve been focusing a lot on Christmas books on the blog lately, so I’m taking a break from books and focusing on my very favorite Christmas movies this week! I’m a Hallmark Christmas movie junkie, so that’s what most of these are!

Finding Father Christmas

Christmas for Miranda is a painful reminder of the family she never had. Her mother died when she was young, never revealing the identity of her father. But, three days before Christmas, she unexpectedly receives a clue as to the whereabouts that takes her to a beautiful New England town where she meets Ian, a young man who helps with her search. As the clues lead to her father’s identity and Miranda discovers the possibility of love in Ian, and she learns that her father lived in the small town and now she knows his family (her brother and her biological father’s wife). She faces a terrible decision… Should she share the truth and risk losing the family she has just found, or leave and keep the secret forever? This Christmas promises to be life-changing for Miranda with a new chance at life and love.” Starring Wendy Malick, Erin Krakow and Niall Matter.

One Starry Christmas

Aspiring astronomy professor and Christmas enthusiast Holly (Sarah Carter) is crushed when her longtime boyfriend Adam (Paul Popowich) schedules a business trip and leaves her alone over the holidays. When she decides to surprise both Adam and her parents with a Christmas visit, however, fate, or perhaps the Christmas spirit, intervenes. Holly’s bumpy holiday travel makes a turn onto the road to romance when she and her bus companion, Luke (Damon Runyan), forge an instant connection over their love of constellations and Christmas. In the spirit of the season, Holly invites Luke and his brother Bull (George Canyon) to join her family and Adam for Christmas, which instantly creates a competition between Luke and Adam for Holly’s attention. As sparks fly like shooting stars between Holly and Luke, will Holly decide to play it safe and stay with Adam or to thank her lucky stars for the Christmas gift of romance with Luke?

Window Wonderland

It’s no holds barred when two Manhattan department store employees vie for the same job during the busy Christmas season. Sloan Van Doren (Chyler Leigh) is a driven young woman determined to become the next window dresser at McGuire’s department store and to uphold a 95-year-old artistic holiday tradition. Serious and professional, she’s the polar opposite of the happy-go-lucky Jake Dooley (Paul Campbell), who also wants the job. When Mr. Fitch (Matty Finochio), the head of advertising and promotion, gives them a challenge, the competition is on: each will create a series of seasonal storefront windows twice a week until Christmas. The creator of whichever window display gets the most attention from passersby will get the job.

As they go through their paces, with Jake’s obvious talent grabbing the public’s attention, a silent but mutual attraction develops between the pair, hampered by the contest and the presence of Kenneth (Cameron Mathison), Sloan’s blueblood boyfriend, who can’t understand the importance Sloan is placing on this job. Supporting the efforts of the window dressers are McGuire’s veteran window washer Mac (Terence Kelly) and brassy bathroom attendant Rita (Naomi Judd) who have eyes for each other but haven’t done anything about it yet. Love is in the air at McGuire’s, but things aren’t exactly what they seem. Who will win in this love triangle?

 

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Jennifer Cullen (Brooke Burns) is a single, working mom who has become somewhat of a Scrooge when it comes to the Holiday season. Even her six-year-old son Brian is having trouble believing in Santa Claus. When Jen’s Uncle Ralph (Henry Winkler), a retired police officer, comes to visit for Christmas, he brings along a new friend, a nomad and Jack-of-all-trades named Morgan Derby (Warren Christie). The two met on a flight, and Morgan’s plans to continue on to Denver are cancelled when he finds out the city is completely snowed in. Jen is wary of the stranger, but at Ralph’s request, agrees to let him stay the night. She warms up to Morgan, especially when she sees how he interacts with Brian. Uncle Ralph approves of Morgan, too, but Jen’s boyfriend Richard isn’t nearly as receptive. Meanwhile, Morgan has started to really like Jen, but if she can’t manage to make Christmas about anything more than business, Morgan will be on his way to Denver, and she’ll have missed the opportunity that was right in front of her. Uncle Ralph has done what he can to keep Morgan around, but it’s going to take something more than that to get him penciled into Jen’s long-term plans. Jen just needs to learn “how to do Christmas,” and it turns out Morgan is the perfect one to teach her.

Christmas Getaway

Hoping to spend the holiday relaxing, a travel writer takes a traditional Christmas vacation for the first time. Through a mix up on the rental site, she finds herself double-booked for the holidays with a widower, his young daughter and mom. What begins as an inconvenience blossoms into much more. Stars Bridget Regan and Travis Van Winkle.

Miss Christmas

Nicknamed “Miss Christmas,” the official tree finder for Chicago’s renowned Radcliffe Tree lighting is left desperate to find the perfect tree. A letter from a young boy promising his tree is perfect sends her to a small town where she learns the young boy’s dad isn’t willing to part with his tree. While sparks fly, she’ll be forced to confront what she’s really been missing for Christmas. Starring Brooke D’Orsay and Marc Blucas.

 

The Santa Clause

When a man inadvertently kills Santa on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place.

The Holiday

Two women trade homes only to find that a change of address can change their lives. Iris (Winslet) is in love with a man who is about to marry another woman. Across the globe, Amanda (Diaz), realizes the man she lives with has been unfaithful. Two women who have never met and live 6000 miles apart, find themselves in the exact same place. They meet online at a home exchange website and impulsively switch homes for the holiday. Iris moves into Amanda’s L.A. house in sunny California as Amanda arrives in the snow covered English countryside. Shortly after arriving at their destinations, both women find the last thing either wants or expects: a new romance. Amanda is charmed by Iris’ handsome brother Graham (Law) and Iris, with inspiration provided by legendary screenwriter Arthur (Wallach), mends her heart when she meets film composer Miles (Black).

The Nine Lives of Christmas

Fireman Zachary Stone (Routh) is a confirmed bachelor who doesn’t believe in love or commitment. When a stray tabby cat named Ambrose shows up at his door, Zachary takes him in and slowly starts to see that a little companionship might not be so bad after all. Zachary’s commitment to solitude is further challenged when he meets Marilee (Sustad), an animal lover and veterinary student who teaches Zachary how to care for his new feline roommate. Chemistry immediately develops between the two, but will they find a way together despite themselves?

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Christmastime is here. Happiness and cheer. And for Peanuts fans everywhere, it just wouldn’t be Christmas without this classic holiday delight. Christmas lights may be twinkling red and green, but Charlie Brown has the Yuletide blues. To get in the holiday spirit, he takes Lucy’s advice and directs the Christmas play. And what’s a Christmas play without a Christmas tree? But everyone makes fun of the short, spindly nevergreen Charlie Brown brings back – until the real meaning of Christmas works its magic once again.

What are some of your favorite Christmas movies?
What topic did you choose for freebie week?


Top Ten Cozy, Wintry Reads

Posted December 3, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 40 Comments

It’s December, which means A Bookish Little Christmas is in full swing here on the blog! I hope you’ll continue to stop by all month to see the fun festive content my bookish friends and I will be sharing (find the event schedule here!). I’ve got my limited-time TTT logo, which you’re free to use for any of your holiday-themed TTT posts this month.

Today’s topic highlights cozy, wintry reads. When I think of books like this I think of rich, magical fantasies and lots of snow (I’m going to exclude Christmas books from this list because I’ll be doing Christmas books in a few weeks for our freebie topic). Of course, there’s always romance to warm things up a little. I LOVE books that give me those cozy vibes, and I’m excited to see what everyone picks for this topic!

1. Frost by Kate Avery Ellison
“In the icy, monster-plagued world of the Frost, compassion might get a person killed, and Lia Weaver knows this better than anyone.”

Frost takes place in probably the coldest place ever: The Frost. It’s cold and snowy and windy, with blizzards and fires in the fireplace and short days, with long nights. And the writing is exquisite I loved it!

2. Nocturne by Syrie James
“When Nicole Whitcomb’s car runs off a Colorado mountain road during a blinding snowstorm, she is saved from death by a handsome, fascinating, and enigmatic stranger.Snowbound with him for days in his beautiful home high in the Rockies, she finds herself powerfully attracted to him. But there are things about him that mystify her, filling her with apprehension.”

3. The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye
“Vika Andreyeva can summon the snow and turn ash into gold. Nikolai Karimov can see through walls and conjure bridges out of thin air. They are enchanters—the only two in Russia—and with the Ottoman Empire and the Kazakhs threatening, the tsar needs a powerful enchanter by his side.”

Pasha’s birthday is coming up, so the Tsar instructs these two enchanters to engage in a magical battle to make Pasha’s birthday something special. The battle begins, and the beauty and opulence that encompasses St. Petersburg as a result of this magic is amazing. I won’t give too much away, but I absolutely must mention the intricate system of fountains and color-changing lights that fill the city’s canal system. That entire scene was beautiful, and is still my favorite in the entire book.

4. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
They open a door and enter a world.” 

A world of snow and magic, that is! LOVE the coziness of this story!

5. Shadow & Bone by Leigh Bardugo
“Surrounded by enemies, the once-great nation of Ravka has been torn in two by the Shadow Fold, a swath of near impenetrable darkness crawling with monsters who feast on human flesh. Now its fate may rest on the shoulders of one lonely refugee.”

Russia always screams cold weather to me, and this book is so lush you can easily wrap up in it!

6. Hunted by Meagan Spooner
“Beauty knows the Beast’s forest in her bones—and in her blood. Though she grew up with the city’s highest aristocrats, far from her father’s old lodge, she knows that the forest holds secrets and that her father is the only hunter who’s ever come close to discovering them.”

This is a breathtaking Beauty & the Beast retelling, and who doesn’t immediately think eternal winter when thinking of this story?

7. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
“Scarlett has been told that everything that happens during Caraval is only an elaborate performance. Nevertheless she becomes enmeshed in a game of love, heartbreak, and magic. And whether Caraval is real or not, Scarlett must find Tella before the five nights of the game are over or a dangerous domino effect of consequences will be set off, and her beloved sister will disappear forever.”

8. A Tale of Beauty and Beast by Melanie Cellier
“Alone, and with danger on every side, Sophie must navigate a magical castle and its even more mysterious master to discover the secret to breaking the curse.”

Another B&B retelling that I love!

9. Heart’s Blood by Juliet Marillier
“Whistling Tor is a place of secrets, a mysterious wooded hill housing the crumbling fortress of a chieftain whose name is spoken throughout the region in tones of revulsion and bitterness. A curse lies of Anluan’s family and his people. The woods hold a perilous force whose every whisper threatens doom. And Anluan himself has been crippled by a childhood illness.”

Ok, so I didn’t realize until I was writing out my thoughts on these books that I’ve picked three B&B retellings for this topic. lol. Whoops! But this one is so unique that you’d almost miss it. The magic and cozy vibes are definitely there, though.

10. Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle
As the captain of Field County’s ice rescue dive team, Callum Cook is driven to perfection. But when he meets new diver Louise “Lou” Sparks, all that hard-won order is obliterated in an instant. Lou is a hurricane. A walking disaster. And with her, he’s never felt more alive… even if keeping her safe may just kill him.”

This is a very chilly, snowy romantic suspense about a search and rescue team of ice divers in the remote, wintry Colorado Rockies.

Which cozy, wintry books did you choose to talk about this week?


Top Ten Platonic Relationships In Books

Posted November 26, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 19 Comments

Welcome to another TTT! This week’s topic is about those wonderful non-romantic relationships we read about in books that warm our hearts and make us smile. I cannot get enough of these kinds of relationships in my books, so I can’t wait to jump around the Linky and find more books to add to my TBR! My list focuses on best friends and wonderful families.

1. Cinder and Thorne in The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
One of my favorite platonic boy-girl friendships.

2. Cinder and Iko in The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
A girl and her devoted android.

3. Roar and Aria/Perry from Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi 
Roar is the BEST friend ever. And Roar and Perry have the very best bromance I’ve read.

4. The Weasley Family in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
This family. I don’t need to say much more than that.

5. Lucien and Feyre in A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
It’s always nice to have a snarky guy in your corner to make sure you’re doing ok.

6. Kylie and Will in From What I Remember… by Stacy Kramer and Valerie Thomas
Will is the gay best friend that every girl needs!

7. The Family in The Summer My Life Began by Shannon Greenland
Everyone loves each other, even though they all carry scars from difficult pasts. Their trials brought them together, though, into this tight make-shift family that I LOVED.

8. Clem’s Family in Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker
Her parents are wonderful, and her sister reminds me so much of my little sister–always wanting to tag along, looking up to you, and being your biggest fan. he also has a sweet disposition and a goofy sense of humor.

9. Maggie and Roux from Also Known As by Robin Benway
Roux is a mean girl who got a huge dose of karma, and is now the social outcast. Her new status has made her very uninhibited, and the girl has no filter. She gloms on to Maggie, and the two become inseparable.

10. Angelo (Maggie’s Honorary Uncle) from Also Known As by Robin Benway
He’s this suave, debonair, dapper older gentleman who is also part of The Collective (the spy organization Maggie and her parents are members of). He is a very close friend of Maggie and her family. I love his relationship with Maggie most of all. He is just so loving, and he adores her in this grandfatherly way. I just found him to be so charming and likable.


Ten Books That Take Place Over Thanksgiving

Posted November 19, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 13 Comments

With Thanksgiving being in just a couple days here in the USA, I thought it would be fun to do a Thanksgiving/thankful freebie. I decided that for my post I’d showcase some books on my TBR that take place during Thanksgiving!

Early Bird Special by Tracy Krimmer
Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame
Seven Day Fiancé by Rachel Harris
A McClendon Thanksgiving by Sean D. Young
A Thankful Heart by Melissa McClone
All or Nothing by Claire Cross and Deborah Cooke
A Randall Thanksgiving by Judy Christenberry
Tackled by the Girl Next Door by Susan Scott Shelley and Veronica Forand
How to Bake the Perfect Pecan Pie by Gina Henning
His Road Home by Anna Richland

What topic did you choose this week for your freebie?
If you live in the USA, what are your Thanksgiving plans?


Top Ten Bookish Items I’d Like to Own

Posted November 12, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 15 Comments

Christmas is next month and, I don’t know about you, but I’m already building my wish list of fun things I’d love to own. Many of those, of course, are bookish! So here’s a few of the fun things I’ve come across online!

Bookish Items I’d Like to Own

1. Harry Potter Christmas at Hogwarts 500-piece Puzzle by New York Puzzle Company (Buy Here)
I love puzzles, and how magical and beautiful is this one?? 

2. If You Can Read This Bring Me My Book Socks by California Social Hour (Buy Here)
Fun socks are the best, and these ones feed my bookish heart.

3. Book Lovers Tea Cup and Saucer by Roy Kirkham (Buy Here)
Oh man. I’ve loved this from afar for a very long time!

4. Book Nerd Bracelet (in brown) by laureldenise (Buy Here)
This is such a simple, cute, and dainty bracelet!

5. Cat Lady Enamel Pin by HennelPaperCo (Buy Here)
Not technically bookish, but cats and books kinda go hand in hand for me!

6. Stack of Book Earrings by Coryographies (Buy Here)
SOOO cute!

7. Read Bracelet by ALikelyStory (Buy Here)
Adorable!

8. The Hound of the Baskervilles T-Shirt by Literary Book Gifts (Buy Here)
I remember reading this book in school and being so freaked out! It was one of my favorite reads in school, and this shirt is so fun!

The GOOD NEWS! Melissa from Literary Book Gifts has offered my readers 20% off anything on her site, no minimum. Use the coupon code ThatArtsyReaderGirl20! It never expires!

9. Bookish Decal by BookishStuff (Buy Here)
This would look ADORABLE on my car’s back window!

10. Ex Libris Necklace by Out of Print (Buy Here)
This is super dainty and pretty.

Which of these would you love to own? 
What’s on your list this week?

 

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