When Carly posted about the Summer Book Swap, I knew I had to be a part of it. The only thing better than getting a new book is getting a new book as a gift. Quick thank you to Carly, Tiffany, Emily and Lauren for getting this together because amazeballs. Thank you!
For the swap, we each got paired with someone, made new besties for life, and sent each other a book. I got paired with the lovely Sarah from A Rose in the City and we seemed to enjoy a lot of the same books. Pretty quickly she said she had an idea for me, and I not so sneakily stalked her goodreads profile and saw that she hadn't read The Time Traveler's Wife which just happens to be one of my absolute fave books. So, easy peasy. But I just couldn't help my Pride & Prejudice obsessed self, and I chucked that one in as well because it was also on her 'to read' list. You can read Sarah's post about The Time Traveler's Wife here and I can't wait to see what she thinks of Pride & Prejudice!
If you haven't read either of these books, you should. Neither of them are what I would call 'easy' reads but they are absolutely magnificent and wonderful and amazing and beautiful and all of the good things.
Sarah sent me The Opposite of Maybe which looks super interesting and right up my alley. Thanks so much Sarah!!
Now, I know this wasn't a GIF filled 'funny' post and not everyone likes books and what not... sneak peak of my trip back home. The most cliché picture I could find, just for you.
That's me, feeding a (small) kangaroo. My holiday didn't get much more exciting than that, folks. As long as too many people don't protest, a holiday recap shall be a comin'. And if they do protest, I shan't give a damn.