Sunday, October 31

IMM Halloween Edition and Books that Followed Me Home

So this is my special Halloween edition of IMM and books that followed me home. I've done IMM via a vlog, the books aren't very halloweeny, but the vlog has a halloween twist to it. I hope you enjoy! Oh part of the video and sound are off for a bit in the video, but it eventually goes back to normal.

And don't forget that IMM is hosted by Kristi over at the Story Siren, so be sure to stop by and visit her site.

Books that Followed me Home!

So the second half of this post, is Books that followed me home. My own personal little meme I do, that show cases books I've bought. Anyone is welcome to join in the fun. I use this for books I bought when I'm out and about, because it makes me feel better saying, the books followed me home, to no fault of my own of course, than saying these are all the books I bought. The funny thing is many of these books were purchased at a grocery store. The one I go to is a superstore, so it does have a small book and magazine collection, with a fairly good selection of books. So this is about a month or two worth of books.

Shannon - Frank Delaney
The Kitchen House - Kathleen Grissom
Day After Night - Anita Diamant
The Fallen - Stephen Finucan
Dime Store Magic - Kelly Armstrong
Broklyn - Colm Tobin
Sacred Hearts - Sarah Dunant (Grocery Store Find)
Evening Class - Maeve Binchy (Grocery Store Find)
The Gathering Story - Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson Mass Paperback (Grocery Store Find)
Never Let Me Go - Kazuo Ishiguro (Grocery Store Find)
Charlotte and Emily: A Novel of the Brontes - Jude Morgan (Grocery Store Find)
An Impartial Witness: A Bess Crawford Mystery - Charles Todd (Grocery Store Find)


  1. You are going to love The Kitchen House. It's one of the better books I read this year, and just so very moving.

    I also get a lot of my books from the superstore, and it seems like every time I stop there I find one or two that need to come home with me!

  2. I'm currently reading The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes...but I just own a small little paperback version, your edition is so beautiful. And then Jane Austen Seven Novels, so very pretty! -I'm jealous!!

    -lovely blog!