What did YOU buy today? June 2019
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So far this month I've used 2 credits to get The Golden Hour by Beatriz Williams and Recursion by Blake Crouch from Book of the Month, and 2 credits on Audible to get "Women Talking About Cars" (I think it's collection 6) featuring Victoria Corren Mitchell, Olivia Coleman, and a few others, and to get Riding the Elephant by Craig Ferguson.
With actual money I bought Creating A Life Worth Living by Carol Lloyd. I heard about it from one of my favorite creative people, Jamie Ridler, on her youtube channel. I think it'll be the book I didn't know I've been looking for for decades.
* Lawless and the Devil of Euston Square by William Sutton (book 1 of an historical mystery series -- had good reviews)
* The Regency Years: During which Jane Austen Writes, Napoleon Fights, Byron Makes Love, and Britain Becomes Modern by Robert Morrison (yes, it's history)
I bought one hardcover history book
* Heyday: The 1850s and the Dawn of the Global Age by Ben Wilson
and an audiobook
* Meditations for Happiness by Rick Hanson
which I think makes 5 works of his I own, including two in print:
* Buddha's Brain and
* Just One Thing
and two audiobooks
* Meditations to Change Your Brain and
* Stress-Proof Your Brain
* _The Golden Years: 1938-1942_ Glen Miller (4 CD set)
* _The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection_ Spike Jones
* _Absolute Rollers: The Very Best of the Bay City Rollers_
* _The Full Monty: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack_ ++
* _Control_ Janet Jackson
* _Super Hits_ Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
* _No Parlez_ Paul Young ++
++ = replacing a cassette
Here endeth my confession. Of course, the sale goes for 2 more days. Willpower, willpower, willpower....
* The Sisters of Summit Avenue by Lynn Cullen (pub date 9/19; historical fiction)
* The Ventriloquists by E.R. Ramzipoor (pub date 8/19; historical fiction)
* Stay Fit for Life by Joshua Kozak (it's DK Publishing, so it's very pictorial; besides dumbbells, there's almost no other equipment needed; it gives you a variety of combinations of movements depending on what you're trying to achieve; and it gives you some calendars for what days of the month you should do certain combinations depending on ditto)