My last post gushed over visiting Powell’s City of Books in Portland, Oregon. Today’s post is a report of what I bought while there.
I also purchased a few books at the CCCC conference.
Reblogged this on MorgEn Bailey – Creative Writing Guru and commented:
Some idea for new reading perhaps…
I just need more time for reading them!
Such beautiful books. I hope you will enjoy the reads.
It’s always fun to see new books! I haven’t read any of these, but The Mothers is in my stack. The Eloise book looks like fun!
The Mothers is one that so many of my friends are raving about that I had to buy it. The others were buy two get one free, so I chose them!
Reblogged this on jaswantsinghaman and commented:
I recently bought Alan Moore’s Jerusalem from my not-quite-local indie bookstore (it’s 2.5 hours away)
That’s quite a trek!
In fairness, I was there for an author signing, too. I’ll be going back next month, too!
Ooo! Looks like you loaded up on some good ones! Yesterday I was in a bookstore looking at Fredrik Backman’s Britt-Marie Was Here and A Man Called Ove and wondering which one would best introduce me to his work. Happy reading!
I really liked the Britt-Marie book. I haven’t read Ove yet, but I want to. I’ve heard great things about it, but it wasn’t on the buy one get one free shelf. 😉
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