Oops, I did it again…
You will hear a lot about the local area in this blog. This particular post is about a wonderful town across the Columbia River from mine, Cascade Locks, Oregon. This community hosted city-wide yard & garage sales this past weekend.
I may or may not have picked up a few things; Needless to say, my TBR (to-be-read) list is growing in impossible ways. Aside from the many random books, I scored big on one stop:
Yes, they’re all basically in brand new condition. I believe Fire-Starter and Carrie are first editions. I am a complete Harry Potter nerd, and Stephen King fangirl, so this particular sale was like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for me.
I also picked up some older books. There was a copy of Wuthering Heights, because, hey, you can’t have too many copies, am I right? I snagged the Bracebridge Hall book because I loved the cover. Yes, I judge books by their covers, but that’s a longer conversation for another post, I’m afraid. The Faulkner, O’Neil & Steinbeck book is from a Nobel Prize collection set. It’s older, and it has beautiful color illustrations in it.
The real treasure, though, is really special to me, and I can’t wait to tell you the story behind it in my review tomorrow. Please stay tuned by subscribing and come back tomorrow to read all about it.
Before you go, tell me about your favorite bookish treasure! Where did you find it? I want to know!