Every spring and fall the library near my house has a massive book sale on the cheap and it’s one of my new favorite ways to bring in the season. Books are only a few dollars and get cheaper as the sale goes on and I just can’t help but fill my arms. I’ve been trudging my way through Crime & Punishment for a while now and, although it’s classic literature, I’m ready to move on to something new for a while. Don’t have a giant book sale you can attend for some new page-turners? You can always try used book stores for deals, book swap with friends, or check out Amazon where books cans always be bought used for extremely low prices–like this amazing must have I bought a copy of at the book sale, Emily Post’s Etiquette (16th Edition). SWOON. Does anyone else miss the days when etiquette was widely practiced? Can we bring that back?
Check out the rest of my book haul!
Literature & Classics
Faith & Christianity
Killing Kennedy by Bill O’Reilly