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All I want for Christmas Book Tag


I'm pretty sure a lot of you guys have a wishlist...wait...a bookish wishlist miles and miles high. I know for a fact that I do. So this is a tag that I have stumbled upon from a couple of years ago but it still seems pretty neat. I found this post at Stephanie's Book Reviews. Feel free to tag yourself and leave a link so I can see and comment on it :)

#1 What fictional Character do you want Santa to leave under your Christmas Tree?
 With this question I had two characters that I wanted to have for Christmas but I will go with my current obssesion (ACOMAF..if you didn't know) and have Rhysand. I need him in my life.

#2. What Character do you want to kiss under the mistletoe?
My first choice is Rhysand but I don't want to be repetitive so I will go with Gavin from the Collide series by Gail Mchugh

#3.) You write your Christmas List for Santa, what are your top 5 books on it?
Most of these books don't come out until around the beginning of next year but these are my most anticipated reads.
1.) Caraval by Stephanie Garber
2.)RoseBlood by A.G. Howard
3.)Strange the Dreamer by Lani Taylor
4.)Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth
5.)A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

#4.)Its a Secret Santa at Hogworts, What do you most want to receive? 
I would love to have my own patronus...that would be Amazeballs!!

#5.You get to spend the day with characters and the movie adaption actors from one fandom, what do you pick?
I know I can go with the obvious (harry potter) with this post but I wont. I would love to spend time with the Percy Jackson characters!

#6 What fictional character would you like to replace Rudolph and be able to meet on your roof?
Dean from supernatural! I would love to have both Sam and Dean but since one doesn't go anywhere without the other, I suspect Sam will be trailing along

#7.) You invited 10 fictional characters to your new year's eve party, who do you pick?
Rhysand
Feyere
Cassian
Azriel
Mor
Amren
Sam
Dean
Roth
Acheron (Dark Hunters)

This seems like an interesting party....

#8.)What character would make a good Harry Potter. It doesn't have to be appearance, personality counts too.
Hagrid!!

These are the two blogs that I have tagged
My Thoughts...Literally
La La in the Library

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