Thing Number One:
I am incapable of entering a bookstore (namely Barnes and Noble) without forking over some amount of cash and leaving with a shiny new book. Two days ago, the book happend to be this one:
I dearly hope it is amazing, because it looks fantastic on my bookshelf and I rather enjoyed Cinder (book one in this series).
Thing Number Two:
I check my mailbox obsessively for new books every day. I'm always expecting a new book, either one I bought, one a friend decided to send to me because apparently they love me or something, a book from RandomBuzzers.com (I really LOVE that website), or a shiny new review copy of a book from a lovely author. I'm currently expecting... six. I think.
Thing Number Three:
I don't keep any books I won't re-read at least once. When I show of all my shiny books in their decrepit black bookcase, I want to be able to say that I loved them. I haven't been able to get rid of my slightly-less-than-loved books for a while, so my stack is piling up. I'm planning on giving those away sometime in the near-ish future.
Thing Number Four:
I started posting on Cover to Cover two weeks ago! I post every Thursday, and it would be TOTALLY amazing if you would go check it out. :)
Thing Number Five:
I got coerced into reading John Green's The Fault in Our Stars (and by coerced I mean I joined a Goodreads YA bookclub and was promoted to moderater and must now set a good example and read all the books we post). I, for some reason, have a strong aversion to contemporary fiction. I, for obvious reasons if you have read this book, loved this book. I must now go get myself a copy and keep it forever.
Thing Number Six:
After MONTHS of insistant recomendations from a very insistant friend named Leah, I caved in and read Howl's Moving Castle. Howl's Moving Castle is now officially my newest most favorite book ever, and I gush about it constantly and annoy my friends in Spanish Class. I may even possibly love it more than The Night Circus....
Thing Number Seven:
I love this picture of myself:
And so concludes a post with a few things about me... Thanks for reading!