Here are the books I added to my collection during the month of April..
Save the Date by Morgan Matson
Come From Away by Genevieve Graham
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Have you read any of these books? If so what did you think of them? Leave me a message in the comments.
PS… I’m having trouble sharing my instagram pictures here on my blog.. Did this post work correctly? Could someone please let me know in the comments.
P.P.S: So I deleted the Instagram picture and re-added it from my Google album. I’m still unable to figure out how to share from Instagram for some reason.
Do you ever think you published a post, but then look back and discover that you didn’t? Well that is what I thought happened with my book hauls from previous months. I must have only shared some of Charlie’s books we’ve acquired but not my own.
Anyway, here most of the books I’ve added to my collection over the past few months..
Borrowed From the Library..
40 Love by Madeleine Wickham
Seriously.. I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres
Uncommon Type: Some Stories by Tom Hanks
Library Book Sale
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Vow by Kim Carpenter
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen
Ya Ya’s in Bloom (Ya Ya’s #3) by Rebecca Wells
Snowfall and Secrets (Omega Mu Alpha Brothers, #1) by Kimberly Loth
Linking up with Stacking the Shelves
Charlie’s library has grown again.
Last month my Mom went to a used book sale and brought home a bag of picture books. Check them out below..
Today I would like to share the books I have accumulated over the past couple of months.
Have any of these titles caught your eye? I’d love to hear from you so leave me a message in the comments.
Linking up with Stacking the Shelves
I think I found my new favourite bookstore. And it isn’t even a bookstore at all. Last month I was in Value Village thrift store and decided to check out their book section. I was so pleasantly surprised by the selection they had.
This is what I picked up..
- Spanish Holiday: Or How I Transformed the Worst Vacation Ever into the Best Summer of My Life by Kate Cann
Dear Bella and Bobby,
Thank you SO MUCH for letting us stay at your villa. It’s gorgeous, and we’re having a fab time looking after it and enjoying the view of the mountains and the lovely olive grove. I figured out the bus to Ercos on the first day here — it’s as easy as you said! And Miguel’s son Juan is helping us take care of everything, so you needn’t worry at all!
- The Gatecrasher by Madeleine Wickham
Everything’s coming up roses for Fleur Daxeny, as she goes through more rich men than she does designer hats… if that’s humanly possible. Beautiful, charming, and utterly irresistible, her success at crashing funerals to find wealthy men is remarkable. But behind Fleur’s Harvey Nichols wardrobe, is a woman with a mysterious past.
Fleur wastes no time in seducing her latest conquest, the handsome and rich widower Richard Favour, and she swoops into his life like a designer-clad tornado. His children are caught up in a whirlwind as their father’s new girlfriend descends on the family estate leaving chaos and excitement in her perfume-scented wake. Soon, more than one family member is suspicious of Fleur’s true intentions.
Fleur is not one to wear her heart on her Chanel sleeves, but she soon finds herself embracing Richard and his lovable family. But just as Fleur contemplates jumping off the gold-digger train for good and enjoying the ride of true love, a long-buried secret from her past threatens to destroy her new family. Fleur is thrown into a race against time to prove herself to Richard before it’s too late. Can she trust her heart or will she cut ties and run away as fast as her Prada pumps can take her?
Take a wild and marvelous ride with The Gatecrasher, whose clever, chic, and sassy style will leave you desperately wanting more wonderful Wickham!
- Baby Proof by Emily Giffin
From the author of the smash hits Something Borrowed and Something Blue comes a novel that explores the question: is there ever a deal-breaker when it comes to true love?
First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes . . . a baby carriage? Isn’t that what all women want?
Not so for Claudia Parr. And just as she gives up on finding a man who feels the same way, she meets warm, wonderful Ben. Things seem too good to be true when they fall in love and agree to buck tradition with a satisfying, child-free marriage. Then the unexpected occurs: one of them has a change of heart. One of them wants children after all.
This is the witty, heartfelt story about what happens to the perfect couple when they suddenly want different things. It’s about feeling that your life is set and then realizing that nothing is as you thought it was—and that there is no possible compromise. It’s about deciding what is most important in life, and taking chances to get it. But most of all, it’s about the things we will do—and won’t do—for love.
- Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Anna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta, where she has a great job, a loyal best friend, and a crush on the verge of becoming more. Which is why she is less than thrilled about being shipped off to boarding school in Paris–until she meets Étienne St. Clair. Smart, charming, beautiful, Étienne has it all…including a serious girlfriend.
But in the City of Light, wishes have a way of coming true. Will a year of romantic near-misses end with their long-awaited French kiss?
Have you read any of these books? Let me know in the comments below.