Unhaul | Moving Edition

I am currently in the process of moving and have realized there are some books that I will 1.) Never read them 2.) Read them and will probably never read them again 3.) They are duplicates so I will be giving them to a friend /selling them to my local bookstore/ or give them to Goodwill.


Arena One by Morgan Rice. I read this book and was extremely unsatisfied. I felt like it had a really cool concept and started off okay and then it went greatly downhill, got super confusing and was just really strange. The other thing that made me really mad about this book was the fact that there were so many grammatical errors (not just a few, but loads throughout the whole novel)

Until I Found You by Victoria Bylin. I received this from a publishing company and feel really bad, but it is just not really my kind of book. So I hope that it will find a home with someone who will read and love it!

Dead River by Cyn Balog. I read this book earlier this year and just was not a fan. It had some potential, but just lacked a lot of depth and story.

The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda. I really wanted to like this book. There were some really good parts and some interesting takes on the vampire story it just overall wasn’t for me. I don’t think I will ever continue with the series so I am passing it onto a friend so she can give it a try!

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead. I absolutely love this book, but this edition doesn’t match the rest of my series so I have no need for this copy!

Sweet Peril by Wendy Higgins. I bought this copy from book outlet and ended up receiving the whole trilogy in the mail (from whom I am still uncertain about). I have no need to own two copies of this book so I will be getting rid of it.

So even though I am a die hard book collector and this is extremely difficult for me to let these books go, it is time to condense and rid myself of things I am not using. What are your thoughts on unhauling books and giving away/selling older or unread books?


3 thoughts on “Unhaul | Moving Edition

  1. I have a very hard time throwing things away or giving things away, haha. This was a problem, particularly when I was younger, because I wanted to hold onto EVERYTHING. Literally. I’m not like that so much anymore, but it would definitely be difficult to give away some books, even if I didn’t enjoy them.


  2. Getting rid of books is really difficult for me to do especially since I spend money on these books and everything. So this was not an easy thing to do for me haha


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