This week I have something extra special to share, on Tuesday I went to Birmingham Central Library Theatre to go to see S J Watson. But first let's talk about the books I got this week!
Please note, my dog was not purchased this week but was too lazy to move out of the way... plus you haven't seen her on the blog since my first post! So she's back.
Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte, this one my lovely friend kindly got from her Waterstone's which I've wanted for ages, my copy of Wuthering Heights is tattered and might fall apart any day now! But this beautiful new copy has no way of doing that!
The Small Hand - Susan Hill , Dani (Pen to Paper) gave me this one to try and then pass onto Abi (Love for Literature) I'm looking forward to this one but I fear it might be a little scary?
The Name of the Star - Maureen Johnson, this one was just a pound! They were celebrating World Book Day at Waterstone's and decided to put this one in the deal as a last minute idea for older readers. It sounds like a great book involving Jack the Ripper!
The bottom three my boyfriend kindly bought for me today as I need to fill my new bookcase that will be arriving on Monday. ( What I didn't tell him is that I can already fill it a couple of times over already!)
Torn - Amanda Hocking, I have just ordered the first one from Amazon and the second was in Asda today quite cheap so I thought why not! Plus it has a really pretty cover!
If You Could See Me Now - Cecelia Ahern, I've been wanting this book for ages! I now am only missing one book from Cecelia Ahern so I think I'll be purchasing that sometime soon.
War Horse - Michael Morpurgo, I've bought this because Abi (Love of Literature) says its amazing, so I'm trusting her judgement and will read it very soon!
Right now onto S J Watson
I had an amazing time meeting him and he was soo nice. It was an amazing event where we got to find out some real insight into the author.