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Charity Shop Book Haul

Those Reading Updates #2 

Recently I have been doing a little digging within my local charity shops. I was never one to take a wonder in to a charity shop as I always thought I'd find a book that I would 100% in to. Until I noticed what great finds you can discover, after taking a few trips to the charity shop with my mum. The other day, I managed to find 7 books within a couple of charity shops that I never thought I'd find in there. I was truly amazed and the price for all 7 makes me even happier. I only spent a maximum of £9 in total! Bargain, I know. 


Here are the books I managed to pick up during my visit to my local charity shops.

- You're The One That I Want by Giovanna Fletcher | I have heard that she's written some great contemporaries and I've been in a very contemporary mood lately
- The Versions Of Us by Laura Barnett | A book I've seen here and there within the book blog/tube community 
- The Vanishing Witch by Karen Maitland | Any book suggesting its about witches and you've already got me hooked 


- The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern | I have heard so much about this book and it was only 65p so I thought it was a great chance to pick this book up 


- Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder | Another book I have seen being mentioned in the book blog/tube community 
- Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris | True Blood (the TV show based of this book) is a massive hit so I thought I'd give the book a go first before pondering in to the TV series 
- The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella | I have heard the book is a lot different to the film and everyone loves Sophie Kinsella's writing 


I'm really happy with all the finds I found in my local charity shops and it's definitely encouraged me to dig a little more in them. I also find that it helps me find books that I normally wouldn't pick up before due to how cheap they are, it makes me a little more adventurous when it comes to genres. Another plus side from buying from a charity shop is that you're helping the charity that you're buying from, meaning your money is going to a good cause. Do you buy from charity shops?

Tabitha xo

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