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It has been an AMAZING week of being a book enthusiast. First there was the Bay Area Book Festival last weekend, and last night was a fun author event at my local Barnes & Noble. Well, if I did happen to be on a book buying ban... this week would be considered an epic fail. But I'm so glad because I score so many exciting books!
Read This week:
I got lots of reading done this past week! I finally finished the audio book of The Little Paris Bookshop, by Nina George. What a wonderful production of this romantic book. The other books I read were both very enjoyable, as well.
From The Bay Area Book Festival:
I met the authors of these books and their enthusiasm was contagious! They both had a love of storytelling and a deep need to share their books with the world.
The Bay Area Book Festival had an outdoor art installation of 50,000 books! All were free for the taking! It was a beautiful thing to see hundreds of people browsing and getting excited about books.
Books from a Yoga Booth:
Time to try something new and different? These books look like they will make the philosophy of Yoga more accessible, so I was willing to make a "donation" and give these a try.
Bought From Author Signings at the Festival:
I also was able to get my copies of Everything, Everything, by Nicola Yoon, and The Absolutely True Diary Of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie signed by the authors.
Oh this was so much fun!!!
From Barnes & Noble B'Fest:
What a fun event! I have already read Outrun The Moon, but I wanted a physical copy and I got to talk to the wonderful Stacey Lee. I also got I'll Give You The Sun and met the author Jandy Nelson. I will summarize this event, plus several others in another post.
What did you get this week? What books are you chomping at the bit to start this week? Let me know in the comments.