For Christmas, I want:
A Quentin Tarantinto-esque YA novel (this is very important, Santa. I've been thinking about this a lot). Must include: twisted off-kilter protagonists, dark but funny dialogue, unexpected character deaths, suspense for the ages, violence (preferably not hypersexualized, though), and someone I can visualize as Christoph Waltz.
A ticket for The Hobbit 3 (to be cashed in tonight).
Sarah Rees Brennan to finish writing a her parodies of The 100 (they are brilliant and got me through watching the entire series). In other news, The 100 is not terrible and has complex female characters and a boatload of grey-tinged morality (the best colour for morality, I say!). It also has a boy named Bellamy and a girl named Clarke who need to get married already.
More time to read books. Or, more motivation to do so. And please make Scarlet (from Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen) not annoying, I'm only a few chapters into the book and I really want to like it but I'm worried it's going to veer into mind-numbingly-frustrating-heroine-slash-love-triangle territory.
A good TV show to watch. The Americans? Broad City? True Detective?
Some tiramisu cake from Costco (let's face it, it's the best dessert ever created).
Winter by Marissa Meyer
My TV shows to come back from hiatus.
Someone to write my best-of list because I'm pretty lazy (hint: you can just put one book for all the categories because it is the best)
So... what's on your list?