Jeez, a whole year has passed – where the heck did 2015 even go?! – and I’m still obsessively buying books. Some things will never change.
I didn’t get that many books from the library book sale this month, only grabbing these seven: at only 10p each, that’s a brilliant price. I’d never heard of ‘The Opposite of Amber’ before, but it’s definitely the one I’m most anticipating.
Okay, this is worse than I thought… It always is when I go to London, because I have two charity shops that I regularly go to and they sell ARCs, so it’s impossible for me to say no!
These were the books I got from regular charity shopping. A whole bunch of them were only 25p each, so that’s a bargain I wasn’t going to pass up.
The ‘Reading At The Cafe’ candle smells like hot chocolate and coffee, and it’s the most delightful scent. I can’t wait to start using the To Do list and the ‘What I Read’ notebook, which features adorable quotes like:
The book the box contained, ‘Da Vinci’s Tiger’ was one I hadn’t actually heard of, and it’s always exciting to discover new things! The magnet pack that came with it was adorable too.
I got a heck of a lot of readable material for Christmas, so here goes…
So that’s 57 books purchased or gifted to me this month.
It’s not as many as it could have been! But I’m definitely going to stop obsessively buying books during 2016, and attempt to read more of the ones that I already own. I really need to start weeding my shelves, because there are books I’ve owned for years and years (since the popular vampire/fallen angel stage back in 2009) which I’m not likely to read anymore, and I need more space!