Happy Top Ten Tuesday over at the Broke and the Bookish!
Top Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind for Hanukkah
1. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
I've already read it, but I want to re-read it and I feel like it's a book I will enjoy referring back to.
2. Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin
I have it out of the library right now, and I've already read and renewed it twice.
3. The 8th Habit by Stephen R. Covey
I have it out of the library right now, but I feel like to really use it right I have to own it...
4. Anything by Jen Lancaster
She makes me laugh out loud so much. I got Bitter is the New Black from the little Free Library and I'm not giving it back anytime soon. I also have The Tao of Martha out from the library right now, but she has a ton more books that I'm sure I'll enjoy just as much.
5. Marriage; A History by Stephanie Coontz
I've wanted to read this forever, but flip-flopped on buying nonfiction I haven't already read. However, it's feeling rather pertinent right now and the library doesn't have it.
6. The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick
I just heard of this one from Modern Mrs. Darcy, but it sounds interesting and I'm always intrigued by books with characters named Miriam.
7. Starflight and Starfall by Melissa Landers
These both sounds like really fun space fantasies.
8. Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham
I love Gilmore Girls (#thebooknotthemovie) and I'm really into memoirs right now, so this is perfect.
9. Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
Very much one of the 'it' books this year, and as a memoir about a woman in the sciences, it sounds up my alley.
10. The Cozy Life by Pia Edberg, The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell, How to Hygge by Signe Johansen or any other book about hygge
Right on trend, I'm fascinated with the Danish concept of hygge and kind of want to read all the new books about it, especially for winter.