Saturday, November 22, 2008

This Week In Books Or I Didn't Physically Go Into A Store And Buy Any Books This Week, Well Unless You Want to Get Technical...


Sunday: 


So much for waiting to get these at Half Price books, I found them pretty cheap at Sam's Club though and new! The covers of Nonrequired Reading get better every year, they are works of art!

Monday:


Came in the mail for review!

Tuesday:


Both came in the mail, Mighty Queens for review and Knitting Club from bookmooch!

Wednesday:


Yay bookmooch!

Thursday:


French Milk and A Year in Japan were part of a Amazon order I placed only last Saturday, I think it's the fastest free shipping yet! They are both illustrated travel journals. I got Frankie Landau-Banks from bookmooch!

Friday:


You may remember I talked about this book here. I also ordered this from Amazon and received it when it's not even released until December 1st!

Saturday: nothing

So come on spill, what did you get this week?

7 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see what you think about A Year in Japan.

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  2. I got Girl of the Moment by Lizbeth Zindel (Paul Zindel's daughter, I'm excited to see if she matches her dad for great YA). I also got Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophia Kinsella. Both were from PaperBackSwap!

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  3. Not on the list for the week, but I see on the right column that you're reading Malcolm Gladwell's newest book. After you finish you must tell me how it is! I think he's brilliant....and also strangely hot.

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  4. I LOVED The Friday Night Knitting Club. I just finished the sequel yesterday. Kate Jacobs is so great I emailed her about an ARC and she forwarded it to her publisher.


    Oh and I might make a trip to the city to look for books in two weeks or so. Depends on how many hours I get at work.

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  5. I just got a notice that a book on my wish list at Book Mooch was listed - YEAH!

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  6. **sigh** i so so so want the "knitting club book :)

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  7. bermudaonion- Me too!

    Amee- Aww father and daughter writers, so cute!

    Taren- It was GOOD, I should be posting my review in the next few days. The Tipping Point is still my favorite but Outliers was good. And I totally know what you mean about him being strangely hot!

    sharonanne- I'm excited to read it! I think I wrote on your blog, but if you do decide to go to the strand let me know and if you are willing I'll send you a little list of what I'm looking for!

    J. Kaye- Oooh, that's always fun!

    Veens- It does sound really good!

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