Sunday, July 12, 2015

A Book Unhaul

I don't know if this is a popular thing on blogging, but I've recently watched a few videos on BookTube on this. It's called unhauling. Basically it's a book haul of books you are ready to part with. Here's a video of the books I'm donating to a used bookstore!

I know a lot of people aren't interested in videos, so here are the books I'm unhauling (links to GR):

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Kiss of the Vampire by Cynthia Garner
The Book of Luke by Jenny O'Connell
Tantalize by Cynthia Leitich Smith
The Carrie Diaries by Candace Bushnell
Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks
Vampire Beach Volume 1 by Alex Duval
Vampire Beach Volume 2 by Alex Duval
After by Amy Efaw
Willow by Julia Hoban
Allegiant by Veronica Roth
Undaunted Courage by Stephen E. Ambrose

Would you give any of these books away? Or keep them? Do you part with your books or part with the ones you are no longer interested in or really like? Let me know down below in the comments!


  1. Great topic! This is a pretty cool idea, since I realllllly need to clean out my shelves of books I don't like / know I'm not going to read. I think it depends on what you prefer, like I'd probably keep Allegiant and Vampire Beach because they are part of a series even if I didn't like them. The others I might get rid of only if I didn't like them or was sure I wasn't ever going to read them. It's so hard though because I like to hoard my books.

    1. Thanks, Alise! It's something I needed to do. There are just some books I'm not interested in and want other people to enjoy. I thought about keeping Allegiant, but the more I looked at the angrier I became. I gave it away hoping someone else will not rage every time they see on their shelves. I totally understand the whole compete series thing though! It's just my hate overcame the series on shelf rule. YAS. I'm such a book hoarder. I still have books I know I won't read, but I'm keeping them until I can finally pluck up more courage to get rid of them.