New Reads

With my increased reading, I'm taking advantage of the two Half Price Books stores in my area.  After some thorough searching, I found some great finds.  Half Price Books categorizes their non-fiction in a way that really confuses me sometimes.  I bought a bunch of books today, and three of those books were in very odd places that were very counterintuitive to me.  Three memoirs in three odd places. My Life in France by Julia Child found in the cooking section among cookbooks.

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert found in travel (next to Eat, Pray, Love) with travel books and guides.

Honeymoon with my Brother by Franz Wisner found in relationships in self-help.

If Half Price Books had an autobiography/biography/memoirs section, it would make my life so much easier.

Day 103: Back to the Days of Old

It's been quite some time since I've been able to post. My life has been filled with a blur of activities. In fact, I can't even recall what I've really been up to. Recently my sister has introduced me to a little bit of paradise. The Half-Priced Books bookstore in Fremont. It's the physical store of I have a sort of book collecting disease. Any time I go to a bookstore or browse through I get the urge to buy books. I have bookshelves of books, boxes of books, pile of books... I even have a stack of books hidden in my bathroom. Needless to say, I love to buy books at Half-Priced Books. Anyways this post isn't about books... it's about what I discovered at the Half Price Books store.

Vinyl ablums. woot. 197day103a