All My Hubby Wants For Christmas Is...

5 people you’d want to spend Christmas with:
Just like everyone else seems to be doing, ill not include any family in the 5 people. I’d probably firstly choose Sir Ian Mckellen, he’s my favourite actor and plays Gandalf, enough said really. Second and third, I’d choose my two favourite authors, Brandon Sanderson and Taran Matharu. The two of them would be great to sit around and chat to, talking about the fantasy worlds in their books and getting writing tips. My fourth guest would have to be Tom Hanks, because……. Well its Tom Hanks. Finally, I would probably have to choose Karl Pilkington, he would provide his own little brand of comedy for the entire day and probably have me in fits of laughter. Plus, Zo adores him.

4 books you want under your Christmas tree:
My first choice would be Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson. It is the third book in the Stormlight Archive series and I seriously am so excited to read it. I think my other three books would likely be books that aren’t even out yet. I’d like Ravencry by Ed McDonald, the second book in the Ravens mark series. The first book was probably my favourite book of 2017. The Outcast by Taran Matharu would be next. If you read the review I did about the third book in the series earlier this year, you’ll know how much I love these books. Lastly, maybe another book by Tolkien? If he could somehow return from the grave and write me another trilogy about the elves and dwarves, I’d be pretty damn happy.

3 Christmas foods:
Mince pies. Lots of them. All for me.
Pigs in blankets.

2 Christmas films you couldn’t live without:
The Grinch. I could watch this film anytime of the year. Hilarious, silly and gives you that warm fuzzy feeling that you want from a Christmas film. Everyone is saying Elf, so I won’t choose that, but its third. I will say The Holiday for this one. It’s not my personal favourite, even though I adore Jack Black. This is Zo's favourite and I love how happy it makes her (Even though its mainly because of Jude Law :P. But let’s not get onto him…. or Rafferty.)

1 Christmas song:
Fairytale of New York. Classic. And different enough from all other Christmas songs to make it the best.

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