A Bit Bookish

The name's Luna.
24/Los Angeles/wannabe blogger & researcher
Just another freak in the Freak Kingdom.
A place for me to ramble about books I love... also probably the only blog I'll ever have that will keep its theme. I don't want my page to be a mess so I'm only going to shelve books starting with what I've read in the past year.
I'm not always eloquent, and I'm certainly not pretentious. I am just a huge nerd who lurks in used bookstores and likes to read and do research for fun.
Geeks unite.

First Fieldwork: The Misadventures of an Anthropologist - Barbara Gallatin Anderson In Search of Respect: Selling Crack in El Barrio (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences) - Philippe Bourgois The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Vol 1: The Middle Ages through the Restoration & the Eighteenth Century - Stephen Greenblatt, M.H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, M.H. Abrams Freedom on My Mind, Volume 1: A History of African Americans, with Documents - Deborah Gray White, Waldo E. Martin Jr., Mia Bay

School Books

Picked up my books for Cultural Anthropology at the school bookstore yesterday. I usually try to avoid buying from the school- they rob me enough as it is, and new books are usually half the price online. But I was desperate- I needed these for today, and it was only about a $10 difference, so eh. Coulda been worse. 

Started First Fieldwork today (different cover), so far it's semi-interesting. I'll be starting In Search of Respect this evening after work- I'm looking forward to that one a lot.
I love old books, but new books just feel and smell amazing. I just want to carry around In Search of Respect all day because it feels so good in my hands. 

Coolest news- they had my English book at the public library! This is one I may want for my collection, but since I'm short on money as always I'm going to keep this checked out for as long as I can. Hopefully I can get the full 9 weeks out of it!

Still have to order my book for my African Americans in History class, which I suppose I'll do right now. 

I also found these beautiful fancy post-its at work for a couple bucks- so looking forward to using them to decorate my planner this week! Need some fall-colored washi desperately, but that'll have to wait a while. 

It's been a very hectic few days getting used to going to school while working, but through caffeine all is possible. 



Currently reading

The Two Towers
J.R.R. Tolkien
Progress: 35 %
Jane Eyre
Charlotte Brontë, Susan Ostrov Weisser
Progress: 126/608 pages
The Man in the High Castle
Philip K. Dick
Progress: 154/288 pages
The Complete Sherlock Holmes 2
Arthur Conan Doyle, Kyle Freeman
Progress: 433/709 pages