Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind Santa Bringing Me - 2013 Version

Based on a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish

Top Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind Santa Bringing Me
My wishlist is almost endless, I swear, but here are some I'd like that I don't own yet.

Stephen King Goes to the movies is seriously outdated now - it's been forever since the book was written. I still always wanted it though and never managed to snag it.

When I was a teenager I used to read some Andrew Neiderman horror novels, some likeable and some less enjoyable. The Devil's Advocate is an interesting movie and when I found out he wrote the novel on it, I was surprised, for it didn't seem like his style. I've always been curious about it.

Robert Bloch's Psycho has been a book I've wanted forever, hoping I have it finally this year as I hinted to my mom at a convention someone was selling the set at a table. I love the author.

Already Dead looks like a great Urban Fantasy and is a newer one for this list

C.S. Lewis inspires me - I loved his book Mere Christianity and his epic series of the Chronicles of Narnia. This set has some books I want by him. I especially want to read his book on grief.

Popular and a bit pricey, I love the show The Walking dead and look forward to owning the graphic novels. Realistically I'll probably end up reading them electronically eventually.

I have one of Bruce Campbell's books and this came out a long time ago, but still never grabbed this one (his most popular)

Over 10 years ago I really wanted the Friday the 13 series book. It had excellent reviews and unfortunately it's now raised seriously in price.

I STILL never got Old Yeller >:(

Lonesome Dove has such a great review from a friend of mine this year as her favorite all time book that I'm really curious on reading it now.

Versus 2012

I just checked the Top Ten from last year in December with this same theme. It looks like I still had Old Yeller, The Walking Dead and The Devil's Advocate on the wishlist. I ended up getting one of the books on the wishlist. Link here.