Book Unhaul

Well, hello.

As I was cleaning many-a-things in my life recently I was sorting through my books and I realized the time has come for some sort of unhaul. Granted, most of these are school-related. However, I thought that getting rid of SOME books is better than not getting rid of any (and that idea used to make me feel too guilty at all).

I’d like to do the normal disclaimer of “don’t be offended if you see a book you like” but honestly I just don’t want these books on my shelves. Many, even the school ones, I enjoyed, but will never pick up again so they gotta go. Let’s go.

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  • Desperation by Stephen King
  • House by Frank Peretti & Ted Dekker
  • Our Mothers’ War by Emily Yellin
  • To Tell the Truth Freely by Mia Bay

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  • The American Promise by a variety of authors
  • Teenagers by Grace Palladino
  • A History of Medieval Heresy and Inquisition by Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane
  • The Witchcraft Sourcebook by Brian P. Levack
  • The Good Girls Revolt by Lynn Povich

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  • Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier
  • A Fierce Discontent by Michael McGerr
  • Byron’s Poetry selected and edited by Frank D. McConnell
  • America’s Women by Gail Collins
  • The Host by Stephenie Meyer

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  • Torment by Lauren Kate
  • That Summer by Sarah Dessen
  • Wicked by Gregory Macguire
  • Deception Point by Dan Brown
  • Digital Fortress by Dan Brown
  • Christine by Stephen King

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  • Asylum by Madeleine Roux
  • Velocity by Dean Koontz
  • Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche
  • Blood Game by Iris Johansen

Phew. I feel better. It’s a little cleansing, you know?

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