- a.s. byatt's possession: i've always wanted to read this since i read one of her books of short stories.
- seizing our bodies, edited by claudia dreifus: this is a book filled with feminist writings from the year i was born, 1977. i am not ashamed to be called a feminist. i love reading the writings of early feminists, whether they're championing our rights to vote, or trying to make sure we can have access to health care without being called "sluts."
- bothers and sisters, by joanna trollope: i don't know, it looked interesting.
- random family, by adrian leblanc: i heard about this on npr a million years ago. then look! it arrives. ha!
- the devil in massachusetts, by marion starkey: like all kids born around halloween, i love all things related to that high holy holiday. witches, goblins, ghouls, vampires, you name it. that my mother grew up in rhode island and i had an aunt and uncle in boston piqued my interest in historical witches. of course, when i found this book, i had to buy it. also, the one i found had a wicked cover.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
because we have so many books, i have vowed to never move again. seriously. this is it. if we leave this house, it will be due to an act of nature. so of course, while i was at my mom's this weekend, i hit up the friend's of the library book sale. here is what i bought,