Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Most of you know, I love books. I just finished the Debbie Macomber book that I got for Christmas from Kristen and her family. My neice bought me the center book. It is Luanne Rice, Sandcastles. The right one is one I bought, we love these books.
On the weekend, I went to the near by flea market with Eric and Becky. I found a book stall there. The books are new and boy are they good prices. There is a series of these books. I read one that I bought before and when I saw these, I had to buy them. I read Maryland before.
I bought the top five books all for $10.00. What a deal.
Now here is a real deal. These were only $4.00 each. I would say I will be reading for a long time. Of course, I HAVE to find time to stitch of Heidi is going to come through the computer after me.


Heidi said...

Hey you are right! Get busy on your Button Up so the snow will go You can stitch while you talk to me and read when you are alone. :-) I am dieing to start on one of my new charts but want to get the saying done first. And yes, I will stitch it while we talk.

How much snow do you have now???

Love and hugs ~

Zlaty said...

I love Debbie Macomber books, lucky you got a lot of nice book to keep you entertained for awhile!

Happy reading and stay warm!


Five Ferns Fibreholic said...

I've got the most awesome used book store in the small town that I live in. Haven't paid full price for a book since I moved it!!!

angelasweby said...

What a wonderful selection of books. I've never read a Debbie Macomber although they seem to be very popular. I'll work my way to one soon.

I went for many years hardly reading at all but then, suddenly a few years ago I rediscovered my love of reading and now I feel lost without a book.

The worst part is coming to the end of your book and having to say goodbye to it. Starting a new book is like getting a new pair of shoes. They feel a bit uncomfortable at first, then when you've had them on the go for a while they get really comfortable and a delight to have and then, just when you really adore them they begin to wear out...haha!
Warm hugs Angela

Linda said...

Hi Nancy...looks like you have lots of good reads there. I've never seen the series with the state titles but just by the title alone they look good...enjoy...hugs, Linda

Mary said...

Well sounds like you have plenty of good books to read while waiting for all that snow to melt Nancy! Bad winter all around - Spring is on the way though. Bob just got in from Sarasota, FL and said it was even cold there this week!

Brigitte said...

You've got some great books here, Nancy. I'm always torn between reading or stitching. When I read I neglect my stitching and when I stitch I think of all the books that wait for me. But as it's still winter I stitch more than I read. In the summer it's the other way round.
Enjoy your books.

Carolien said...

Happy reading and stitching, Nancy!
Wonderful things to do :) I just bought a book and I read it in 2 days. Have to find another one now!

Bye & hugs, Carolien