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I had a pretty awesome week, I won't lie. I think I'm going to have to put a book buying ban into effect again. No promises on the upholding of that notion. My Half Price Books is magical, I think because I tend to find new releases within mere weeks of their release dates. I'm looking at you, Jane and The Mockingbirds!!
My little sister is in town visiting from college (YAY!) and she helped me rearrange my bookshelf. There's no particular order to it, I just needed something a little less cluttered. She then proceeded to raid my bookcase and pulled out the entire Pretty Little Liars series to take back to IU with her. Naturally, I made her sign a legally binding contract to ensure that the books return to me in their original near-perfect condition. But the point is: she's reading YA. She hardly ever reads. Yay for setting a good example :) She's actually lying on the floor of my office/cat room/book room reading the first one. She refused to let me take a picture...spoilsport.
Onto the books....
The Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney
Jane by April Lindner
Mistwood by Leah Cypress
The Candidates by Inara Scott
Charmed Thirds and Fourth Comings by Megan McCafferty
Not Pictured (because it's in my bedroom and my husband is sleeping)
Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty
At any rate, a seriously great book week for me.
Thank you to all of my readers and blogger friends who responded to yesterday's Jessie Spano post. You all are right: blogging is supposed to be fun and not stressful. I really haven't been stressed about it so far, but I think starting out posting every single day kind of set a standard for me.
Just wanted to let you know that I seriously heart and appreciate you guys. Thanks so much for reading, even if what I have to say is ridiculous and makes no sense. I have no idea why I have ANY followers at all :)
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