Wow so thinking of content that you’d all like to read is slightly hard when I am literally in a creative slump, but then I realised that I should write about something realistic! So today I bring to you a list of books I wish to waste my money on this month, and I think you should too!
OKAY FRIENDS! GET READY FOR THE MASTER-LIST OF BOOKS I WANT BUT WON’T BE ABLE TO AFFORD BECAUSE *whispers* uni textbooks…
Below is my Master-List with the names of the authors and prices of paperback versions from the Dymocks website; because that’s where I will be Thursday (tomorrow) afternoon!!!
You see, I was originally planning to do a Christmas book haul for my Wednesday post this week, but there has been so much going on I decided to skip it and add my December haul into this yearly wrap-up post.
I expect this post to be long, so without further babble, let’s jump into it!
I only paid $10 for books this month and I could never be prouder of myself in the shopping department and for this achievement I would like to thank Bloomsbury for inviting me to the Bloomsbury Bloggers event and gifting me with all of these amazing looking books! I would also like to thank Andrew’s Bookshop for actually stocking and discouting a hardback graphic novel! Three things that are very very hard to come by in Australian bookstores – hardbacks, cheap books, graphic novels – were found and August ended on an amazing note.
Not only has July ended, but so has my uni holidays 😦
Unlike when I first started this blog, every month I have been acquiring more and more books; and trust me when I say that I am in no way disappointed by this. Rather I am quite thrilled that I have been able to work hard to gift myself these books, and on most occasions find bargains to save myself money for other things.
Here are 5 of the 6 books I bought this month, not in order of purchase date, but in order of size.
I read Releaseby Patrick Ness for the BookTubeAthon 2017 and posted a spoilerish review on Monday, which can be viewed if you click this link or on the word above.
I also have a post of mini reviews for the Harry Potter series which includes my thoughts on The Prisoner of Azkaban, which I published a while ago, which can be accessed via this link or the link above.
And the last book I bought, but don’t anticipate to read for a long while is;
The Trials Of Apollo: The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan
I purchased this one from K-mart, because it is a large paperback and they dissapear after being on the shelves for a couple of months, also it matched my equally unread copy of The Hidden Oracle I purchased last year.
Stay Happy, Healthy, and have a Lovely Week!!
Thank You so much for reading! I hope to see you all back Monday for another review 🙂
In addition to wrapping up my monthly reading, I also wrapped up 13 years of compulsary schooling as of the tenth of this month.
I gained alot of love from my September/ October wrap-up that I posted last month, and I really really liked how that post turned out, so I am back with another post very much like it! I will once again be sharing with you the books I read and bought this month, as well as my favourite posts, and some news.
Make sure to pour the water into that cup of coffe or tea you were suppose to make half an hour ago, and get comfy because I did alot this month.
This post, as the title suggests is going to be all about the books I purchased this September, and in the last few days of August, because I have somehow accumulated more than usual.
This is my second post in two days! Wow, you guys are lucky. I hope you all liked the Asgardian Book Tag I created for the upcoming Magnus Chase novel, which was posted yesterday. I would love if you all took the time to do the tag – or even just have a look through it. I’d also like to apologise for the weird timing of this post as it is deviating from my usual Monday posting time of 4:00. I hope you can forgive me. Now that my little babble is over, without further ado, let’s dive into my September Book Haul!