I'm hoping I can scale back my book buying next yearWho was I kidding?
I picked up The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger, as 2 friends separately recommended it to me within a day of each other, and then I found a copy on the used rack at one of my local stores, so I felt it was meant to be.
My friend K gave me a copy of King Arthur and the Knights of His Court, which is abridged from Malory's Morte D'Arthur by Alfred W. Pollard. It is one of the new Borders Classics editions, and I just love these editions. They are made to look like old, vintage clothbound books. If you've got a Borders nearby, you should check them out just to see how cool they look! So far I have Pride and Prejudice, The Jungle Books, The Raven and Other Stories, A Midsummer Nights Dream and other Comedies.
I picked up a copy of Melissa Hellstern's Getting Along Famously. It was an autographed copy at the Borders in Chicago.
The last 2 are ARCs that I received in the mail. The first came from Random House called Nine Lives: Death and Life in New Orleans by Dan Baum and the other is The Love Potion Murders in the Museum of Man by Alfred Alcorn, which came from LibraryThing as part of the their Early Reviewer program.