The holidays are getting closer and closer (which means it’s time for us to buy less, so we have plenty left to add to our Christmas wishlists). So did we stick to this or did we end up adding way
How is another month already over?!? We just remember typing our bookhaul last month! As we said last month, September was a crazy month filled with so many new releases!! So did we add a lot of them to our
The coming months will be crazy with new releases and we want allll the books. We’re also participating in some swaps in October and December and with Christmas basically around the corner we wanted to take it easy in August.
It’s the beginning of August, which means it’s time to show you our July bookhaul! What books did we add to our collections this month? Were we good or is our wallet upset with us? Let’s take a look!
And we’re officially half way done with 2019. July started today and that means we’re ready to share our June Bookhaul. The last 2 months we both have been pretty good with not buying allll the books! So let’s take
We’re almost half way through the year already! Last month we both behaved extremely well in the book buying department. But what about May? Did we buy a lot of books or did we finally started to make a dent
How is it May 1st already?!? We know we’ve been saying this every month, but this year is going really fast. It’s the beginning of the month, so it’s time to show everyone what books we added to our collections
It’s the beginning of April which means that it’s time for us to show you what books we collected in March! Were we good? Or did our bank accounts yell at us? Find out by taking a look at our
How is it March already?!? That means it’s time to take a look at our February bookhaul. What books did we add to our collections? Were we able to control ourselves this month? Keep reading to find out!
The first month of the year is over already! It has gone by so fast. We had planned on not getting so many new books this year. The big question of course is whether we managed to keep our money