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HUGE Book Haul

 So I asked you guys on Twitter if you wanted to see a book haul and you said yes. I don't usually do these kinds of posts because I know it can make some feel felt out and sad when they can't afford to buy new books, which I completely understand! So I will NOT be making this a normal thing on the blog unless you want me to. 

I also wanted to point out that only a handful of these books are new. I hate paying full price for just about everything and that includes books. That being said, I've VERY picky when it comes to the condition of my books. They have to be like new or better. I just can't handle books with bent spines. I once bent a spine by accident and ended up selling that book just to buy another copy where the spine was perfect. Yes, I'm THAT person with it comes to my books. 

If you'd like to know where I get my books let me know and I could make a post about it. 

Okay, I've talked enough about this, let's just move into the haul, shall we Butterfly? 

I don't know if I've ever mentioned it here before but I love Charmed. The original. The remake can go burn in the fiery pits of hell for all I care. But I recently discovered there are books that follow the show! I've still got a lot to get to complete the collection because damn, they sure published a lot! I almost have one the ones from when Prue was on the show and those are the ones I care about most. 

So, let me show them to you!


I will probably have to share a part two to this because I know for sure I didn't mention all the books and Christmas is coming up... if you want a part two let me know otherwise I'll just go back to not posting book hauls. 

Have a wonderful day! Happy reading and please stay safe!

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