Giving up the V by Serena Robar (Autographed!)
Spencer Davis just turned sixteen. But unlike most hormonal teenagers who seem obsessed with sex -- like her entire crew of friends -- Spencer just doesn't get it. She'd rather wait for the right guy and the right moment. But that moment may be arriving sooner than she'd thought. Enter Benjamin Hopkins, a new transfer student who seems to have his eyes on our V-card-carrying heroine. He's gorgeous, funny, suave, athletic, and capable of making Spencer's knees wobble with a single glance. Spencer has never felt this way about anyone before, but is Ben truly V-worthy?
Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler (Hardback)
While on vacation in California, sixteen-year-old best girlfriends Anna and Frankie conspire to find a boy for Anna's first summer romance, but Anna harbors a painful secret that threatens their lighthearted plan and their friendship.
Also, from the Library I got:
Sweethearts by Sara Zarr
Tomorrow Wendy by Shelley Stoehr
Carter Finally Gets It by Brent Crawford
Rose of No Man's Land by Michelle Tea
Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott
Cringe: Teenage Diaries, Journals, Notes, Letters, Poems, and Abandoned Rock Operas by Sarah Brown
Claws by Will Weaver
A Little Friendly Advice by Siobhan Vivian
PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives by Frank Warren
Also, I ordered a couple dvd's off of amazon that arrived not long ago.
Radio Free Roscoe Season One Greatest Hits
Aghh!! I wish they would have released all the episodes of both seasons, but I guess I should be grateful they even released this set. I used to be in love with this show when I was 10. I miss it.
One of the best shows ever on televison. I put off buying season one until they started releasing the other seasons. Season two was just released so I had no excuses to not pick this one up.
This was on sale at Best Buy and I couldn't help myself. I loved the first season, and needed to see the rest, since I missed this show the first time around.
Ok, that's all! I hope everyone had a great week overall and in their mailboxes!