Apparently, Boise has a Fall Holiday Book Sale that I had no idea existed. Well. I know it exists now. And this is also why I’m not allowed to go book shopping alone. I stumbled into the warehouse in which it is held and wow. So, so, so many books! It was a little piece of bookworm heaven. Especially when I casually glanced at a price tag of a trade paperback. I’m sure I exclaimed out loud, because ALL of their paperbacks were $1.50! I could not believe my eyes! So naturally, I left with 13 new novels to add to my ever-growing, overflowing collection. I justified my purchase with the fact that the proceeds benefit my local library and also that it was ONLY $25 total (including a nifty book bag to carry them all home in). I’m pretty proud of myself for getting books that I have yet to read, surely I can read the remaining 30 books in my challenge from my bookshelves at home. The big score was definitely James Patterson’s 11th Hour. I already own all of his other Women’s Murder Club novels, and I’ve been scrounging thrift stores for the 11th. For only $2, I could simply not resist. Below are each of my new additions to my collection, linked to Goodreads. Just in case you’d like to read the synopsis.