A few books I bought or was given.
Tag: YA books
Book Haul #63: Just Some Books
Some bought, some used, some free.
Books to cheer me up as the craziness in the world rages on.
Book Haul #62: Quite a Haul
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve done this. A whole two months or so, actually, which means this haul will be pretty long.
Book Haul #61: A Little Book Haul
These are just a few stuff I picked up before things started getting REALLY serious with the coronavirus and all nonessential stores closed.
Book Haul #48: Happy to Work in a Book Store
Helloooo EVERYONE who follows my blog or is just passing by! Glad to see you all again. I know it’s been a while since I last posted something. Life has been VERY busy because now yah girl is juggling 2 jobs and hardly has time for anything else. I’m so behind on my usual posts that I’m debating whether or not to do a November roundup (especially since we’re now in the middle of December).
But here I am! Back. And posting a book haul because a) it’s been a while since I’ve done so and b) I WORK IN A BOOKSTORE AND GOT A GREAT DISCOUNT!!! 😀 😀 I was so excited about the discount that I went a little crazy and bought more than I intended. I even ended up purchasing Michelle Obama’s Becoming twice! >> One for me and one for my auntie. 🙂 EVERYONE is getting her book. I can’t wait to read it.
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Book Haul #47: I Forgot About Book Hauls
A month has passed since I last posted one, which isn’t a big deal, but…I’m just surprised at myself that haven’t thought of posting a haul in a while. Also I needed a topic for this post. Anyway, here’s what I got!
Book Haul #46: Back to It
Can you believe that I haven’t done a book haul since May??!! I can’t believe it. I used to do a book haul damn near every month, but I’ve slowed down a bit on my book buying and have leaned more toward borrowing books from the library. Also, I simply forgot about book hauls. But I’m back again with one and since it’s been a while, this one will be quite long and I’ve probably already mentioned some of the books on here. Anyway, I do hope you’ll see something that interests you.
Narnia Book Tag
There’s a book tag for just about everything, I’m sure.
I found this over on Reading With Moose and decided to do it because I am a fan of the Chronicles of Narnia series, though I’ve since forgotten much of the story. The tag was created by Clemi’s Bookish World.
Narnia: A magical world you would like to visit
the wizarding world of Harry Potter
Oh yes, it is the world I’d most like to visit, which is no surprise to anyone who has followed me on here for any length of time. I am a huge fan of the Harry Potter books and was lucky enough to visit the Universal Studios Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Florida, last month. It was loads of fun and I wasted lots of money there, but I enjoyed myself. I was a bit let down though because the Diagon Alley there wasn’t as quirky and vibrant as I thought it would be, but it was still good.
10 Books Challenge | Book Tag
Tag week continues with the 10 Books Challenge, which I found Lindsey’s blog, A Rambling Reviewer. I tried to find who the creator of it is but was unsuccessful.
- List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way.
- Do not take more than a few minutes and do not think too hard.
- They do not have to be the “right” books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way.
- Paste these instructions and tag 10 friends.
A book that made me think:
Thunder & Lightning: Weather Past, Present, Future by Lauren Redniss (illus.)
Book Haul #45: Bought Things
And here’s my third book haul for the year. I think I’m doing well, though these haul posts are usually long. But despite the length, the majority of books are often free or borrowed from the library, I think. I haven’t bought that many books this year, compared to other years, which is good because once again I’ve ran out of space.
The Shape of Water by Guillermo del Toro and Daniel Kraus
I loved the movie and was elated when I heard a novelized version would be published. I immediately placed it on hold at my library and was one of the first patrons to receive a digital copy. But then I did a stupid thing and returned it by accident before I had a chance to read it.