Cutting the Budget - The Rest of June

Monday, June 23, 2014

Hosted by Shari over at Delighted Reader. It's a great way to keep track on that book spending limit we alwasy set ourselves up on, but never seem to follow.
(*taxes are included in book prices)

I haven't forgotten about my book budget...I really haven't. As far as posting my posts on Sunday, well...that folks is a whole nother story. The books I brought are below.

Secret Love Affair by Sondra Wells - $1.06
Betting the Billionaire by Avery Flynn - $1.06

Cover Krack

That folks is a total of 3 books brought in the month of June totaling $3.18 which......leaves me with the amount $26.82 left. I've been trying to get my review books & tbr list down so I've been also collectively staying away from book websites AND only trying to purchase books I really want to read. This also means my wishlist is growing.......

Besides the prices of some of these books make you want to just put your money away real quick, lols. 

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  1. Spoken like a serious budgeter! I agree! I've been waiting months for a book and it was $8 for an ebook and $15 for the paper copy. Normally, I would pass, but this was one that I really wanted and waited almost a year for already.
    I only bought the one and two $.99 books so I'm still well within the budget.

    Nice job on the budget and working on the existing piles.

  2. thanks Sophia :) and what really good is that two of them were from y wishlist! caught them on sale for .99 cents! ;D

  3. That makes the purchase even sweeter. Both of my sale books were from my wish list too. I got the price drop alert and scrambled to purchase.

  4. Honestly, I have no book budget. I buy a $30 or $50 AMZ GC here and there. When that runs out, it runs out until I feel like getting another. I hardly ever go overboard anyway when it comes to purchasing books. I guess I'm a natural born miser, lol.