Hello my lovelies,
It’s the first of December already! I cannot believe how time has flown this year – next thing we know it’s going to be 2016!
But, can we just talk about how it’s not long until Christmas?! 🎉🎉🎄🎄🎄🎄 I’m so excited it’s unbelievable!
I would so spend all of my Christmas money buying books – if only I wasn’t on a book buying ban (imposed by the mother) since I’ve bought like 100 books last month.
But! I do have books I’ve been meaning to read for a while now and here’s a little pic:
I feel so happy just looking at these books – I’ve read Alice in Wonderland before, when I was like 5 or something (well had me mummy read it to me, anyway) of course it wasn’t the actual book, but more like the picture books that Disney produced – the reduced version of the film – and I’m just like so happy that I found it in TKMaxx for £3.99 (so was Frankenstein) and I didn’t even hesitate in buying it!
I’m on Instagram like for hours, and I’ve come across a lot of people who has the “Anna and the French Kiss” and the other books by Stephanie Perkins, and I was curious about it so I bought it with the voucher I got as a reward from school! I am looking forward to reading it!
Then there’s the Frankenstein book – I’ve decided that I wanted to read the book after 2 years of deliberation… Yep, it took me that long to decide to buy a book – but I’m glad that I did because I really want to read old books written before my parents’ parents’ parents existed!
Lastly, Holly Bourne’s “The Manifesto On How To Be Interesting”. I bought this books because of the fact that I really liked “An I Normal Yet?” by the same author, of course. So, I’ve decided to buy the book – and soon the rest of the author’s work because once I like the writing style of an author I will buy all of their books!
Speaking of buying books, I have also decided to save up some money to buy every single books that is on my to buy list – because, I’m planning on filling up my room with all the books that I love!
I am going to share with you the books I am planning on buying!
Books to buy:
- The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
- The Game of Thrones Series by George Martin
- Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (the trilogy) by Ransom Riggs
- All David Levithan books
- The Rest of us Just Lives Here by Patrick Ness
- Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
- Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins
- Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
- Night Owls by Jenn Bennett