Because I tell myself I can’t spend a lot of money on books anymore, and my brain translates that to cheap books being okay to buy instead of no books being the smarter option.
Like usual, my library had their bi-annual book sale, and I took this as an opportunity to, yet again, pick up some hella cheap books. I really did try to restrain myself. Here’s what I picked up:
First on the list are two books I was missing from another library haul, books 2 and … 8? 9? I can’t remember. They’re from Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. I should have all of them now, though! I think.
Next are the first four books in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I’m told constantly that I should read them since I read A Song of Ice and Fire, due to the fact both are massive books and have a really good TV show. We’ll see how long it takes me to actually read them. (Maybe I’ll take them on a road trip?)
And, finally, I picked up these lovelies. Yes, I know, I already read and own The Help, but I wanted the original version instead of the movie one, so I got this one instead. It was only a dollar, okay? I am not ashamed. It’s also in fantastic condition, so I’m pretty happy.
And, you know what? All of these books together was about $7. You can’t beat that!
Now I just have to figure out what to do about the fact I’m supposed to be moving this summer and have far, far too many books than I know what to do with.
Maybe I’ll have a mini sale of the books that are in good condition and donate the rest.
And that’s all for this post. Thanks for reading!