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Top Ten Bookish Memories

Top Ten Tuesday
Top Ten Favorite Bookish Memories



  1. My Jane Austen class - I took a class in college just for fun. It was all about Jane Austen, and it was fantastic. My favorite day was when we went off on a tangent and talked about what kind of car all of the characters would drive.
  2. Joining The Baby-Sitter's Club book club. Every month, they sent me four books. It was so much fun to have them show up for me.
  3. Someone got me an autographed Meg Cabot book, and I about died. I still have it in a special spot.
  4. Working at Barnes and Noble. I met great people, had a blast, and definitely took advantage of my employee discount!
  5. Working at the library. I got my start there a long time ago, and I know exactly how lucky I am to work there. 
  6. Buying a book in Spain was pretty cool. I decided I wanted Pride and Prejudice in Spanish, and I bought a copy without even thinking. Then I got home, and realized that I bought a copy in English. Oops. I must have been tired that day.
  7. Discovering ARCs, NetGalley, and Edelweiss - I am so thankful for every galley I get to read!
  8. Starting this blog, naturally, and discovering the book blogging community while writing book lists at work.
  9. Realizing that teen books are my genre, and that will probably never change.
  10. Going to a Sherman Alexie event - my first author event ever!

Comments

  1. I definitely remember the Baby-Sitters Club books, while I never joined the book club I think I read close to all of them at some point. Great book memories. Totally would love to work at a book store.
    Check out my TTT.

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  2. I was in the GirlTalk book club!! Totally loved getting books in the mail when I was 10! Working at B& N and the library sounds fab!! I would love to work with books!

    PS- I love your little bullet-list you got going on the the right there --->
    Such a good idea!

    Thanks for stopping by My TTT

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  3. Thanks! I have no idea how I did it. Something with the labels and how they're set up :)

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