New books, update on life

Well, it's April 30th. My how April flew by. And it decided to end with a rather dreary rainy weekend. BUT...today was my day off and we had fun. First it was a nice lazy morning. Played FFX-2 that I'd finally bought (no matter that I still haven't beaten FFX). Then Nick made lunch. :-) And I ate while playing. Then later we went out and saw Volcanoes of the Deep Sea at the IMAX screen. Was very interesting and cool. Then we headed to the mall. Went to Waldenbooks. :-)

At Waldenbooks I bought:

His Wicked Kiss by Gaelen Foley
Hide in Plain Sight by Michele Albert
Thunderbird Falls by C.E. Murphy
Map of Bones by James Rollins
Fine-Feathered Death by Linda O. Johnston
Better Read Than Dead by Victoria Laurie (I feel stupid about this last one. I've already read it!!!, but since it was a library book and I do have the others, I'll be keeping it. I mean, I plan to buy the rest, so might as well)

Then we went to eat at Texas Roadhouse. I LOVE their steak. It's delicioso.

So that's been my nice day. Won't mention the other stuff since there are young, innocent kitty eyes here in the room. *g*

Oh, and received Perfect Timing from Jo Leigh. I hope to read it soon. Looks good and has a gorgeous cover.

Argh, it's getting late and the bed is calling. I'll clean this up tomorrow morning with links.

Oh, and work is going well. So far I still enjoy it, although it's still a definite change of pace to be gone so often. Things here at home will need to be worked out so the apartment doesn't fall into total chaos. :-)

3 comments:

Kristie (J) said...

*scratching head in confusion* why would you buy books at Walden books when you work in another book store? (this coming from someone who lives in a country with only 1 book store chain)

Jane said...

Tempted to buy the CE Murphy book. Is Waldens having a buy 4 get 1 free sale cuz I may have to get my butt over there.

Nicole said...

No, they're having a buy two get one 50% off.

Kristie, mine is a used bookstore, so you don't get the selection of new books that you would at Waldenbooks.