i give, you give.

i got this zany idea so i’m starting this post now because if i don’t it may never happen.  also because once you put it out there, there’s no backsies. it’s like, a rule. yeah.

as of late, i’ve been arduously working to clean up my environment for what has been outlined to me as having numerous benefits such as zen-ness, productivity, success, efficiency, happiness, yada and yada…so many goodies that ends with -y and -ess that are missing from my repertoire and indeed desperately need.  i also have this innate fear that if i dont do something very quick i might get my 15 minutes of fame on that hoarder show.  it really upsets me when the lady tries to “help” the person clear their “clutter”.  i mean…Come On!  does no one in the world have any etiquette anymore? who goes into someone else’s home and start throwing things out? it’s not right! you’re nothing but a bunch of judgers who think you’re better than me…um, them.  i must stop, i’ve revealed too much. so here i am committing to perhaps half a person that might breeze through here that im giving you free shit, in the form of books.  again, i’m reminding you that i have hoarder tendencies and all hoarders love free stuff.  i’ve accumulated a bunch of stuff that i didn’t buy but kept for the main reason that it’s FREE (–2 ee’s! Love!). So i’m actually giving you something that i love.  Hope you will love it as i do and not judge me on the randomness of the collection.  most of them i never even cracked opened. unless you think its a good title then in which case i did purposefully picked it up because i am so intellectual and effectual.  i’ll start posting this week as i go through my shit.

the deal (or rather no deal/catch) is ONE request per person on a first come first serve basis.  i’ll email you for your name and address and i’ll send it to you ‘fo free! yup. just like that. mmhmm. yes. believe.

the you give part of the title is the hope that you will do the pay it forward thing and do something nice for someone else.

alright, stay tuned…

[update 6/10] – thought about putting them in some sort of order but then got lazy.  i wanted to add pretty picturesand links to them but it was kinda painful so i stop. i’ll add more books as i feel ready to release my hoarder death grip, baby steps.

ahhh my 20s were so carefree compared to the serious books im reading these days.

Cocktails for Three by Madeleine Wickham, Sophie Kinsella

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Amy and Isabelle

Trading Up

Confession of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner

The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger

Run Catch Kiss by Amy Sohn

The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory

A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle

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