I love reading. Yes, I really do, here is a partial evidence to how much I love reading:
Aside from those (most were purchased in bargain bookshops), I also have a lot of ebooks in my tablet. I once tried listening to the audio version when I was too busy folding washed and clean clothes and I can’t wait to know what happened at the end of a good book I’m reading. It feels weird because it feels like there was a robot talking in my ears, lol.
Found this site for audio book book download site.This is perfect for bookworms who are open to the idea of audio books.
To say I need just one Jansport Bookbag is an understatement. I need several. Plus other big storage for my bookssss.
My eldest daughter definitely needs a new school bag this school year and yes, I know she wants a Jansport bag. I was supposed to get her one from one of those online discount sites but she didn’t like the colors of the bags featured.
For someone like me who enjoys reading fiction, I seldom read books or instruction manuals on gadgets and operation of things with mechanism.
I was quite surprised when I felt myself get a book entitled National Geographic Photography Field Guide Digital by Rob Sheppard. I got this from the bookstore with a photo below before we went to the supermarket after our lunch out yesterday. To think that I never got to read my camera’s manual thoroughly because I asked my hubby to read it and explain to me
The book is not new, in fact it was a few years old already but the way the concepts were presented by different guest writers specializing in different aspects of photography were written well so I figured, “why not?”
I know I still have a lot to learn in digital photography especially about how to use lighting fixtures to take the photo I want depending on where I will use the photos.
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In keeping up with my practice of having a Frugal Christmas, I got a good bargain yesterday.
What are these things? Bargain books from a bargain book store.
Of course, most of the books being sold in these stores are already used so I was careful to choose what I have to get, lest I be thought of as cheapo to the max
Anyway, these were some of the books I got:
The least expensive is PhP25.00 or $.0.50 (Php49.00 = $1).
The most expensive is PhP55.00 or $1.10.