Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist

“Top Ten Tuesday” is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is the Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist.

For whatever reason, I really struggled with this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt. Perhaps it’s because I’m willing to read about almost any topic, but when given the opportunity to pinpoint ten items on my reading wishlist (i.e. the sort of characters, setting, themes, etc I would like to see an author write about) I drew an immediate blank. I’ve never been the most decisive person at the best of times, but the sheer abundance of choice was mind-boggling. So, after literally hours spent wracking my brain on the subject (Yes, seriously) here are ten settings, sub-genres, perspectives and themes I would like to see highlighted more often (or at all) in the future.

As always, these choices are listed in no particular order.

21 Responses

  1. I love your choices! An absolute yes to survival stories, female friendship stories and books about bookstores! Bookstores are amazing (that’s a given right?). I’ve had so many great friendships with my friends who are girls and I hope to see similar relationships reflected in books.
    alice-jane recently posted…Review// BossypantsMy Profile

  2. Better later than never, right? haha I am the worst.

    But 80s: Have you checked out Other Words for Love by Lorraine Zago Rosenthal?

    Happy families: Time Between Us series & I just read another one with a happy family and my mind is blank.

    Let’s make the Disney villains one happen! I feel like Disney is missing out on an opportunity there. Maybe once the Maleficent movie comes out… they’ll get it?
    Estelle recently posted…Top 10 Tuesday: Cue the SwoonMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Jen is a thirty-something Canadian book blogger and bibliophile currently residing in the wilds of suburbia. Aside from a penchant for older men, particularly those with the surnames Firth, Elba and Norton, Jen is also passionately interested in running, Mad Men, and Marilyn Monroe. In addition to being a voracious reader and self-proclaimed television addict, Jen is also an aspiring children and youth services librarian who would like to pursue a MLIS and better help readers find the perfect book for them.