Top Ten Tuesday: Characters Who Should Get Their Own Book
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
So this is one list that was difficult for me to come up with ten but of which a few immediately jumped out at me. Here are the characters that I wish would get their own books:
Eddie from the Carrington's series by Alexandra Brown - Eddie is the fabulous best friend every woman needs, especially at work. And throughout the series we see him get this fab new life and become a reality star so I think that this entire journey should be chronicled in its own book.
All of the guests in The Guestbook by Holly Martin - In this book, Annie connects with the people who are staying in her guesthouse and they all share little bits of their stories. It's a wonderful book but the problem is, we don't get the whole story! So many backstories that could be written, especially of the young family so I want to read about them all.
Charmaine from A Cinderella Christmas by Holly Kingston - not only did I love this book and this character, I read her the entire time in the voice of Helen Flanagan aka Rosie Webster from Coronation Street. I'd totally read a whole book about Charmaine's life.
Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda from Sex and the City by Candace Bushnell - if Carrie can get her own prequels (The Carrie Diaries, Summer in the City), then the rest of the ladies deserve their own. Plus, I want to see them all meet.