It’s been a while since I’ve done a haul. Probably because I’ve been trying to be better at buying less books. Did that work? Kind of….
Actually, not really. I try to limit myself to one physical book a month (if I buy zero, even better) to save some money but they are all MY PRECIOUSSSSSSSSSS.
Also, I know this is totally irrelevant but it’s late at night when I’m writing this and it’s raining really hard and I’m kind of scared my windows will break even though I know they probably won’t. Keep in mind I live in a place that is lucky to see any weather other than hot, extra hot, heat stroke, and crispy.
I didn’t get as many books as I normally do, which is good. I’m trying to cut down the number of physical books I buy and slowly convert to ebooks because they’re cheaper and easier to carry around.
I got a lot more books that I expected to this season. My TBR pile is a mile high and I’m in a reading slump. That hasn’t stopped me from getting more books, though. I honestly have no self-control when it comes to books.
The other day, I thought to myself, I haven’t done a book haul in a very long time. So I looked back my posts and noticed that I never did a spring book haul. I was still on a book buying ban at that time so I only bought two books during that season. Because I didn’t want to make a separate post, I just decided to combine my spring and summer book haul.
This month has been pretty uneventful. I was super tired the whole time (which isn’t the first time), and didn’t blog as much as I should have. At least I read more than I usually do.
However, like every month, I hope that I’ll do better in April. Maybe I will, maybe I won’t. Who knows?
I bought less books this season because now I’m on a book buying ban. If I wasn’t, this haul would have been a whole heck of a lot longer. I’m trying to cut down on the number of books I’m buying to match the rate I read. Back in the day, I used to have a lot of time to read, but school happened and now I barely have time to sleep. Continue reading
AYYYY I have a problem with books. I love books. I love looking at them. I love reading their inside content. I love their covers (most of the time). I love the smell. And of course, I love buying them. It’s like a drug.
You all know what I’m talking about.
Once you start buying books, YOU CAN’T STOP. YOU MUST HAVE THEM ALL!
Because I try not to get too many books at once, I’ve decided to combine all the books I got this fall. (I have 10 total)
LET US BEGIN!