Book Tag Thursday: Spending A Fake $100

 

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This is a weekly meme hosted by Michelle at Book Adventures, who also tagged me to do this!

So while this isn’t necessarily a book tag it’s still a fun little post to do. This idea came from Cat at The Book Finch who did up a month long meme to help get you out of a blogging slump. She has some pretty wonderful post ideas so head over there and check it out!

So here are the “rules” for this post:

How’s your dream bookshelf looking, sparse? How’s your TBR, overflowing?  Today is National “Go for Broke” Day, and in honor of it I’m metaphorically giving you $100 to buy whatever bookish things you want.  Your job? Let the blogging community know how you would spend that $100.  Remember: Only Bookish Items. 

I will also be linking the titles to the respective websites, so if you see something you like as well you can just click it and go!

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Bookish Merchandise

Book Lover’s Scented Soy Candle: The Shire

The Shire - Soy Candle - Book Lovers' Scented Soy Candle - 8oz jar

$18.00

Scents:
Oakmoss, clover, aloe, with a hint of sweet cherry pipe tobacco!

Frostbeard has tons of other book themed and book smelling candles. I personally picked The Shire candle because….I love The Hobbit.

Novel Tea

$2.50

So each box has 5 teabags featuring literary quotes and are made with English Breakfast Tea.

I think these sound like a bit of fun since I do love drinking tea while I read, and having cute little bookish quotes on the teabags are a fun idea.

Portal Bookends

ThinkGeek - Portal Bookends Blue & Orange Portal

$28.22

I really don’t have enough bookends and these ones are PORTAL. I also really love Portal if you didn’t get that by now. This is a good combo for my book-loving and video game-loving sides.

 

Cheshire Cat Kindle Paperwhite Case

$15.99

This is a leather case that fits 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation Kindle Paperwhites.

I’m quite sure about the quality of it since that’s a pretty dang cheap price, but I can’t resist anything with the Cheshire Cat on it. I really can’t.

Books

The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski

$10.58

Ok, so I just recently read the first two books and I DESPERATELY need the third and final book! Desperately!

Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened by Allie Brosh

$11.10

Haven’t I already read this book? Yes. Do I still want my own copy to read again and again? Yes. I’d rather use someone else’s money to do it though so it’s a good thing this isn’t my own money.

A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab

$15.80

No, I haven’t gotten a hold of this book yet unfortunately. It’s a little more expensive than most books so I’ve been having a hard time justifying it to myself. Like I said though this isn’t MY money, it’s fake money! Woohoo! So now I can have this book.

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So my total amount spent comes to: $102.19

I’ll take that extra $2.19 out of my own pocket if it gets me all of that stuff though!

So how would YOU spend a fake $100? Let me know if you do this and link it in the comments!

The Sassy

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Book Tag Thursday: Spending A Fake $100

    • I haven’t heard of those but now I’m definitely going to check them out, also I can’t believe I didn’t think of adding a subscription box! Thanks for stopping by my blog! 🙂

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    • I saw that one too! I’m such a sucker for Middle Earth themes though, haha. Glad to hear they’re worth it though. I’m happy you’re enjoying Hyperbole and a Half, I LOVED it. It’s just hilarious. 🙂

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