Top Ten Bookish Wishes

The Book Genie has shown up on my doorstep and can grant me any book-related wishes I can think of. Yay! So what would be my top ten wishes, if this awesome thing happened?

reading nook1. I would like all the pretty bookshelves, please.

2. I’d like back a big chunk of the books I donated when I KonMari-ed my books the first time. I totally over-culled.

3. I want UK versions of all the Brandon Sanderson books, and I want the UK versions to be readily available in US stores going forward, for that matter! So pretty…

4. Speaking of which, I’d love to meet Brandon Sanderson, and take some of his classes, or attend one of his lectures…

5. An audio library would be nice, too. Most of my audiobooks come from the library, and are therefore not mine.

6. Ooh, maybe on those pretty bookshelves, I can have my own books! Published copies of my novels with pretty covers and my name on the spine!! 😀

7. A good book club would be nice. Especially if it involved good friends and good wine.

reading hammock8. Perfect outdoor reading conditions year-round would also be great, including no mosquitoes, and a hammock.

9. I’d love to be able to read fluently in any language, so I can read books in their original text!

10. I’ve met a lot of my blogger friends, but I want to meet all the rest of them! Blog-hopping is the new Apparition. 😀

Bonus: I’d love to have back my original Zen Leaf blog, including all the non-review posts, the reviews I’ve lost since that time, and all the old comments. I was stupid to get rid of all that. Boo.

What would you wish for? Provided that the book genie isn’t completely flattened by my broad and painstaking wishes, ha!

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

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4 Responses to Top Ten Bookish Wishes

  1. You have some great ones here! I especially like getting back culled books–I was just thinking yesterday about 3 or 4 books I really wish I hadn’t culled years and years ago. And a good book club would be wonderful.

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  2. Lindsey says:

    I asked for a good book club too!

    I love the idea of being able to read in any language. I know that a lot gets lost in translation.

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  3. Wendy says:

    Love the hammock picture.

    I accidentally culled an autographed book by Ursula le Guin, who is my literary hero. So mad at myself.

    And brilliant, to wish to be able to read in the original languate!

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  4. Kristen M. says:

    I want to meet more of my blogger friends in real life too! And more shelves … and a comfy reading chair. 🙂

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