Remember I told you, I'm the one the staff tell the customers to see me if they are looking for a particular book. The sale started Thursday night and ends today, four days of fun. There is no other place in the whole wide world I want to be is hanging out at libraries, bookstores or sitting outside (the weather has been so beautiful), with a glass of wine or coffee and 5 or more books to feel, read, smell, and enjoy. I am blessed beyond blessed. So many books, so little time and so little money, but this sale has books for one to three dollars. I didn't even go over my budget. Dave Ramsey would be proud of me.!!!
On Saturday night, my Book Club Groupies meet for our monthly meeting. I set it up this month and asked that since we have not meet on a regular in the last three months, let's just talk about books we have read. Just about all showed up, and a new member. We went to a new Sushi place that opened a month ago in my neighborhood. Instead of driving, I walked there. I don't know why I don't walk more to the grocery store or library, they are so close. I think I will start that. I've walked Tommy my dog just as far, so I might as well keep walking to other places. Here are all of the books I brought at the sale. Some to give away and some to read over and over again. Boy, am I a happy camper!!!
|You Don't Even Know Me|
|The Education of Mary: A Little Miss of Color, 1832|
|The Boleyn Inheritance|
She is my daughter's favorite author.
|The Kite Runner|
I got his newest book as a gift. I wanted to go back and re-read his other two:
|And the Mountains Echoed: A Novel|
|A Thousand Splendid Suns|
|Porch Lies: Tales of Slicksters, Tricksters, and other Wily Characters|
|Sisters & Lovers|
One of my favorite of her is P. G. County.
Reminds me of DC, my home.
|No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington|
I'm reading all of the current and former Secretary's of State biographies.
|Africans in America: America's Journey through Slavery|
|From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans|
I remember this book from my college days and
I still have my copy.
Giving it as a gift. Great book!
|iPad 2 For Seniors For Dummies|
Hey, we all need help!
|A Love of My Own|
Harris died a few years ago, but all of his books, especially his first one, INVISIBLE LIFE: A NOVEL - Invisible Life: A Novel is to this day considered classics and always will be.
|The Bibliophile's Devotional: 365 Days of Literary Classics|
Amazon has it to read for free if you have a prime account
|All I Did Was Shoot My Man (Leonid Mcgill Mysteries)|
|Our Daily Bread Devotional Journal|
I will always need something to keep my faith and stay positive
|The Atlas of Literature|
It is a beautiful book and I'm really enjoying it!
I think that's enough, don't you?