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April 26, 2014

Bought, Borrowed & Bagged #98 + Tiny Living


BB&B (Bought, Borrowed and Bagged) is a weekly meme, inspired my The Story Siren and Pop Culture Junkie, where we share with you the books that we have bought, borrowed or bagged (won or gifted) plus a recap of the previous week's reviews, upcoming reviews, on going events and book movie or television news. 

BB&B is an homage Barron's Books & Baubles from Karen Marie Moning's smash hit series, Fever. 





Bagged
from publishers, authors and tour organizers
 



Big & Small
I saw this feature in the news yesterday and I thought I'd share it with you and maybe open a small discussion. I'm so intrigued by Tiny Living for so many reasons, financial, environmental, inner peace, etc. though I personally doubt if I could actually do it as I'm slightly claustrophobic. It's definitely going to be a huge adjustment for me but at the same time, I see the virtues of going small. 
What do you think?



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26 comments:

  1. Tiny Living looks interesting. you got a lot of books this week. glad you got that T. Reisz book.

    Grace
    Books of Love

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    1. You know I wouldn't be able to pass it up ;)

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  2. Love, Lex looks like a good one and I have heard great things about Tiffany Reisz! Happy reading!

    Teresa @ Readers Live A Thousand Lives

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    1. Im hoping Love, Lex is as raunchy as her Manhattanites :D

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    1. I thought about that, if it were me, the slat of the loft, I'd do a built in book drawer for my babies

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  4. I agree...my tiny living would be shot to pieces with the books I have in this here house. HA! But, it can work for some :D Plus I have 3 kids who need space. OOO you read Hell For Leather. Look forward to your review. I am still only up to # 2. I must get through that series this year. Challenge Accepted!!

    xx

    Mich

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    1. I tried HFL, not in the mood for romantic suspense, reading Probst instead. I'm into super light this week, my mood can't handle heavy right now

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  5. Oh a lot of new books! I"m curious about them, I don't think I know them but I'm curious to read your reviews. Happy reading!

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  6. The Saint sounds good, hope you enjoy!

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  7. I hope you enjoy your books!
    I dunno about Tiny Living. Good concept, but I really like my space!

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    1. I'd be willing to give it a try... for a weekend! It's like glamping

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  8. dang! the price on The Saint...whew! I'll have to wait for that to definitely go down. Tiny Living...me? nah..not happening, lols.

    Great haul & Happy Sunday!

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    1. Her books have increased its value...

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  9. I couldn't live in a space THAT small but I'm fine living in a smaller house (as compared to most spaces that people live in).

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    1. Can't help but admire them though, they're very creative and resourceful with their space.

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  10. I think tiny living is good, especially for couples or single people. We live in a fairly large house now and I imagine once the kids grow up we'll just live in a motor home so we can travel. I don't know though, it sure would be hard to part with my books! That little house is pretty cool looking though! Hope you have a great week!

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    1. It's attractive to me because of the money you can save from the upkeep and it's low maintenance. It's a fascinating concept, I got to give it that

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  11. Wow, tiny living sounds like a wonderful idea if you have the lifestyle for it! I can't imagine doing it with my son... But if I were single or if we didn't have children, absolutely!

    Great book haul! I hope you enjoy them! :)

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    1. Oh yeah, If I was like that couple or in my twilight years, I'd seriously consider this, hook it up in a truck and just move to a different place where the weather is milder for my ageing bones

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  12. I am waiting for my copy of the Guarded, I enjoyed the first book. Tiny living is cool, so is Alaska living, have you seen those shows? However there must be fresh water, and internet oh and coffee..lol

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    1. Yes! Although I don't think I can live in Alaska, I'd like to visit but I'm not a big nature girl to appreciate what it has to offer.

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  13. I can't imagine living with my boyfriend like that.

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