October Book Haul

It’s time to talk about all the books I bought last month, but definitely didn’t need. My book buying habits have been more under control recently (because I need money for my trip to Prague more than I need more books). But, don’t worry, because in October, I definitely bought a lot of books. Some […]

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September Book Haul

September was kind of a crazy month. Which means I didn’t end up buying all that many books. It’s probably a good thing since my book shelves piles are getting pretty out of hand. But I did still add four books to my library, one of which I already read, and two that are on […]

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August Book Haul

It’s (finally) September, which means we can talk about all the books I bought in August. I have a few books from the dollar bookstore, a Book Outlet order, and, of course, my Book of the Month for August. I think it’s a pretty good haul, and I’m looking forward to reading some of these […]

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July Book Haul

It is time once again for my monthly book haul! As you might have noticed, I did not go completely insane in July – well, at least not as insane as I usually am when it comes to buying books. But I did still add quite a few books to my library (which, at this […]

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June Book Haul

It’s time for another book haul! I didn’t go too crazy in June since it was a pretty busy month. But since when do I let a month go by without buying too many books? I did spend a significant amount of my book budget on some gorgeous wooden bookmarks when I visited The Ripped […]

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May Book Haul

This was a pretty good month for buying books! Though, let’s be honest, all of the months are good for buying books. And I definitely take full advantage of it. But May was my birthday month, so I definitely treated myself. With too many books. The Buried: An Archaeology of the Egyptian Revolution by Peter […]

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April Book Haul

It’s time for another book haul! This month, I did go a little crazy with not one, but two Book Outlet orders and ended up with nineteen new books. Three (and a half) of which I’ve already read. And only two of them are sequels to books I haven’t read yet. Baby steps, right? Here […]

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