My mother believes that I only read books on vampires. Only vampires, no other odd creatures in the mix. It is this belief that made her go out and buy 5 books for me.
- Bite – Kevin Jackson
- Last Sacrifice – Richelle Mead (book number #6)
- The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner – Stephenie Meyer
- Undead and Uneasy – Mary Janice Davidson (book number #6)
- The Mists of Avalon – Marion Zimmer Bradley
Admittedly, the latter is not a vamp book. I have already read the Meyer novella, when it was free on the internet. I am yet to even begin on the Vampire Academy books, but I now own the last one.
I don’t like not having the entire series. I might be okay with it if I have the first few books, but otherwise no siree. Really, having the last book sucks. Now I need to track down the five other books before Last Sacrifice so I can read it.
My mother also can’t differentiate between young adult books and adult books. Hence the Undead and Uneasy.
Anyway, my plan is to leave school early tomorrow to return to the shop she bought the books from, because the reason she got them in the first place was not only in an effort to try to show me that she doesn’t mind my head being filled with dead things, but because the books were super cheap.
Also, as mentioned in my last post, I joined the other library. Hooray! I also bought The Named by Marianne Curley, Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, Juno of Taris by Fleur Beale and Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey. So I’ve been pretty much cashing in on books lately. Which is quite odd. Mostly due to the fact that my entire stock f books comes from the library the majority of the time. Another thing; I HAVE LOST MY LIBRARY CARD! No idea where it is, which is a bummer because there are books waiting for me. So I want to kind of coerce the librarians into giving me a new card.
Okay, I’ve ranted the socks off you enough. Back to snoozing whilst watching Daria. Hooray!