This weekend, after driving past it a hundred times, I finally went into this "$1 Only Book Store" (I think that's literally what it's called) and it was heavenly! I don't know what has kept me from it for so long as it's walking distance from my house, but every single book (hardback and paperback) is $1!! They even have audiobooks and textbooks, all $1!! Here is what I walked away with for less than the price of the average book:
Half of the books I read last week were non-fun reads. They weren't "bad" per se (I'm always weary of calling a book "bad" because what is bad to me might be magical to someone else, and vice versa); but they were not enjoyable for me and I slumped through them somewhat begrudgingly. I didn't read as much as I wanted to because of this. Fortunately I finally got my hands on a copy of Anna and the French Kiss, a book every book blogger seems to gush about, so I've bumped it up to read this week. I'm trying to knock out as many of my Summer TBR books since summer officially ends in less than a week! (YAY).
Last Week I Finished Reading: Saltwater Kisses by Krista Lakes, All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue, The Bling Ring by Nancy Jo Sales, and re-read Little Known Facts About Well Known Places: Disneyland by David Hoffman.