Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Can anyone sale Library Sale???

Well.....since last week was SO bad, I decided to treat myself!! On Friday, I took an early lunch, and went to Bloomington for their BPL book sale! I decided I deserved it after my lousy week. Aren't library sales wonderful?? Booksalefinder is a great site to let you know when sales are going on in your area. I actually spent less than $20 and I picked up 31 paperback books and 2 hardback books!! Score! Of course, we won't tell my husband. He already thinks I have more books in the house than I can read before I die!! He actually might be right (but we certainly aren't going to tell him that either!)

So here's the list:

  • 13 Ellis Peters' Brother Cadfael Mysteries. I'm not going to list all of them, but I was pretty excited by this!
  • 3 Cedar Cover novels by Debbie Macomber.
  • Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Little Alters Everywhere by Rebecca Wells
  • Brick Lane by Monica Ali
  • The Bone People by Keri Hulme
  • Stones from the River by Ursula Hegi
  • Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris
  • 2 Laurell K. Hamilton Anita Blake, Vampire hunter books.
  • Peach Cobbler Murder by Joanne Fluke
  • Playing with Fire and The Heart of the Dragon by Gena Showalter
  • Finally....a bunch of "Chick Lit" Books by Jennifer Weiner, Emma McLaughlin, Carly Phillips, Sheryll Woods, Christina Skye and Katie Fforde
  • Not a bad haul, if I do say so myself!!

    Later!

    6 comments:

    kookiejar said...

    All that for under 20! Good job. I love library sales, especially because I cringe at buying anything retail (cheapness runs in my family).

    Marg said...

    Wow!!! That's quite a haul.

    Estella said...

    Excellent haul! I've wanted to read Brick Lane for quite a while now. :)

    Enjoy!

    Andi said...

    Oops! That was me above. Was signed into the wrong account!

    booklogged said...

    What a great deal! I long to be reading a nice mystery right now, but I have my nose buried in Gone With the Wind. I thought winter would be the perfect time to read classics, but I'm beginning to think it's better suited for mysteries.

    3M said...

    I love, love, love library sales. I use that website, too. Actually get the once a week email from them. Yet another thing we have in common!

    Michelle