An Example of My Addiction to Books

First off, the giveaway winner will be drawn for and announced tonight or tomorrow – I’m on my way to a minor league baseball game, and have a blog design to work on, so it will realistically be drawn for tomorrow. ๐Ÿ˜€

I wanted to share with you all how my latest trip to the library went (yesterday). I’m pretty sure that if they don’t have a fine for getting too many books out at once, then they may have to create one with me around.
It was just one of those days when I found everything that I wanted to read, and some new books I hadn’t read by favorite authors. In no particular order:

Inkheart ~ Cornelia Funke
Inkspell ~ Cornelia Funke
The Boggart and the Monster ~ Susan Cooper
The Children of Hurin ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
Angels in the Snow ~ Melody Carlson
Seaward ~ Susan Cooper
The Magician’s Boy ~ Susan Cooper
The Green Boy ~ Susan Cooper
The Peoples of Middle Earth, Volume XII ~ J.R.R. Tolkien

Yes, I did clean the library out of all the Susan Cooper novels that I haven’t read. Did you notice? The librarian did – I think she thought I was crazy – walking around carrying an entire armful of volumes (yes, most of them are volume-sized).
Plus, I bought/acquired several other books recently that are still on my “to read” list (which got extremely long yesterday).
Just Ella ~ Margaret Peterson Haddix
Back Home Again ~ Melody Carlson
Redwall ~ Brian Jacques (and two other books in the same series that I can’t remember the titles of)

What are you reading?

5 thoughts on “An Example of My Addiction to Books

  1. I read Inkheart a few weeks ago and it is a great book! I also watched the movie and it was good, too. I read The Hobbit, but I haven't read any other J.R.R. Tolkien books, though. I really like Ella Enchanted… have you read The Two Princesses of Bamarre? It's good too.Abby ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Ooh, sounds like you have some fun stuff picked out! I recently finished the Ink trilogy on a (long) trip… normally I don't go for that type of fantasy, but it was actually quite good, IMO. The Children of Hurin is so good, but so sad. I almost cried at the end, and I don't cry easily. Just so you know, lol. As for what I'm reading right now… technically I'm between books. =P I just finished Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card and loved it (except it has some pretty unnecessary language).

  3. Currently, I'm reading a book for the summer class I'm in – a genetics class – called "Next" by Michael Crichton. It's not…the most appropriate book, but I need to read it for class, and it is interesting, if you like biology and genetics. lol Some parts are controversial, but its really interesting. ๐Ÿ™‚

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