B&N Book Haul

On Saturday I went to B&N because I had a $250 VISA gift card I won from work and I went wild! I bought 10 books and still had money left over on the gift card. I haven’t done a large book haul in a while and all of the books I bought are ones I have been dying to read.

It feels so good to buy some new books and not spend any of my own money. Here’s what I bought!

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I really wanted to take pictures showing off what I bought, but I just didn’t have time due to the chaos that was my Sunday and work being very hectic yesterday. But, if you want to see the piles of books I bought, you can find them hopefully later today on my Instagram! Maybe I’ll update this post with actual photos once I have them.

In addition to all of these books, I also bought myself a journal, because I really wanted one. I have so many half filled journals that I should be filling out, but haven’t. I wanted to create a personal journal I can write in at any time, instead of mish mosh journals that I typically own. That was the main reason I wanted to go to B&N, but then I ended up getting a bunch of books, so that was a surprise for me…

I was so happy to find that there was a sale going on at B&N for buy one, get one 50% off – so I got A Declaration of the Rights of Magicians and The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle for 50% off and Chain of Iron was 20%. It definitely helped bring down the overall price! Now, my TBR shelf and cart are completely full and I am going on a book buying ban for a few months.

Have you read any of these books? Which ones do you recommend I read first?


2 thoughts on “B&N Book Haul

  1. Kimberly says:

    The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is one of those books that I just can’t stop thinking about even though it’s been nearly a year since I’ve read it. Seriously, I’ll randomly remember it and then just sit there and think about how amazing it was and how I wish more people read it.

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