Black Friday Books Madness!

Photo on 11-29-15 at 3.41 PMOMG OMG OMG so as of this morning I purchased 7 books from Barnes and Noble thanks to their Black Friday Book sale. I had a massive gift card to them, which is almost gone, and is the sole reason I was able to get so many books. Temp job starting tomorrow, though, so it’s looking like there will be more books in the future.

There are three Barnes and Noble’s where I live so I hit them ALL to gather these 7 with a coupon. Two stores let me use it twice, I brought le madre along to use hers, I used two different registers at one of those aforementioned stores, and then I ordered one online. Considering spending some real monies on some books from Book Outlet. Time shall tell, amirite? Well, tomorrow shall tell considering the sale ends tomorrow.

I’m still trying to decide if I should rush over there again. I’m feeling exceptionally lazy right now but, I mean, come on, it’s boookkkkssssss. Most likely will get The Legacy of Kings or  Cruel Beautyor City of Halves or Hotel Ruby. SO MANY CHOICES OMG. Whichever way I go, it’ll be a hardcover book because they be so expensive regularly!


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  • Book one of the Summoner series, The Novice by Taran Matharu
  • A Madness so Discreet by Mindy McGinnis
  • Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn
  • Clariel by Garth Nix
  • Poet Anderseon…of Nightmares by Delonge Young
  • Dreamstrider by Lindsay Smith
  • *Not pictured is Mothership: The Ever-Expanding Universe Book #1

17 thoughts on “Black Friday Books Madness!

  1. Oh, and did I mention these are ALL MOTHER FLIPPING HARDCOVER. I like *never* buy hardcover books, this was beyond exciting. I hope they do another something like this over Xmas. Please please please BN?

    • Hard covers are super fun!! The most expensive hardcover I got with my coupons was $13. That’s basically the price of a softcover. So I was like, YEP HARDCOVER PLZ

    • Hardcovers are so exciting to get when you have a coupon because you get a super-awesome fancy book for the price of a paperback book. I used to think I preferred paperbacks until I actually bought a hardcover book and then *swoon*

    • Yes, especially considering that I just used gift cards on them! I got all them books and didn’t have to worry about not being able to afford them. Now I’m just waiting for Xmas so I can get more book monies >.<

    • So I just made a major fangirl squeal when I saw that you commented on this ^_^ I’m writing a post about how I’m in a reading slump and that I’m going to read your book next because AWESOMENESS just from reading a bit about it. Honestly, I’m pretty darn sure it’s something I’m gonna love.

      I got your book because it reminded me of The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud. I read it a long time ago and I can barely remember it but I just know I loved it and your book is kinda like that–at least from what I read in the dust jacket 😀

      Check back to see how I like it! I don’t bash authors so don’t stress out >.<

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