Yesterday, I went to the Lifeline Bookfest by myself and stood around giving shady eyes to anyone getting up near my section because sometimes I like being anti-social. Anyway I proceeded to go nuts in the $1 section with John Grisham novels, which my Dad used to read, so unsure if they are literary outcasts or whatever, but I always like the movies so I’ll deal with being an outcast. 
I also bought this massive Academy Awards history book which I have absolutely no use for, The Power of One, which I read long before I could understand anything that was going on, and a copy of Pride and Prejudice for $5, because it had someone’s plane ticket from Brisbane to Coffs Harbour inside and for some reason, I think that’s really romantic.   

Yesterday, I went to the Lifeline Bookfest by myself and stood around giving shady eyes to anyone getting up near my section because sometimes I like being anti-social. Anyway I proceeded to go nuts in the $1 section with John Grisham novels, which my Dad used to read, so unsure if they are literary outcasts or whatever, but I always like the movies so I’ll deal with being an outcast. 

I also bought this massive Academy Awards history book which I have absolutely no use for, The Power of One, which I read long before I could understand anything that was going on, and a copy of Pride and Prejudice for $5, because it had someone’s plane ticket from Brisbane to Coffs Harbour inside and for some reason, I think that’s really romantic.