Wednesday, April 14

Books That Followed Me Home

Okay, so here is this segment of "The Books that Followed Me Home." This time around I've tried something different, which is a Vlog. My first one. I lost a bit of quality because it was so big, but it's my first one. So I'm happy with it overall. I think it's the first time you've all probably seen me. So hi!

Shortly after this video was made, another book followed me home. It was "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows" (This is the library book I have due tomorrow, so I er allowed it to follow me home)
(had to edit the title, I left part of it out for the book. Opps!)


  1. Great vlog! You got a lot of wonderful stuff this week, and some of them are books that I own as well. I am really curious about your new Atwood book, as I haven't really heard much about that one. I also read The School of Essential Ingredients last year, and I think you are really going to love it! It sounds like you and I are the same way about books and bookstores. I can't keep myself away from buying new books, and find that it gets out of hand pretty quickly! I hope you enjoy all your new reads, and look forward to hearing what you have to say about them!

  2. Zibilee - Here's the blurb from the back of the Atwood book "Powerful and in many ways frightening, Surfacing, Margaret Atwood's secon novel, is one woman's haunting quest for her own self.

    A nameless woman in her late twenties, the narrator travels to the island cabin in desolate northern Quebec were she spent her childhood to search for her missing father. In the course of a few painful days, the truth about her own life surfaces, the experience made all the more lonely by the company of three friends - her current lover and another couple - who are unaware of the process moving within her."

    I'm not to far into it, but its been pretty good so far.

    Yes book buying can get out of hand quickly, which is why I might put myself on a book buying ban.