Starting off at number one is the freebie, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. by Rebecca Skloot. I had to read this book in school, and I loved it. You can read my full review of it right here.
Next we have Stephen King's memoir/writing advice book, On Writing. I actually read it a couple of years ago, and I'm looking forward to re-reading it someday.
Then we have a classic, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson, that I bought for my brother. I read it once before, but it was such a long time ago, so I'm looking forward to that re-read as well.
Another book that I bought on sale was Red Rising, by Pierce Brown. Like I said in my review, this book was not my cup of tea, and I won't be purchasing the sequels any time soon.
Finally, we have The Princess Diarist, by the late Carrie Fisher. As for many Star Wars fans, Miss Fisher's passing came as real shock to me, and I felt kind of sad that I didn't know that much about her, other than her being the most kick-ass princess of all time. This book was sold out for weeks after her passing, but I finally got a copy.
I'm done with listing books, now let's look at the DVD's (that's right, I still own DVD's. And a few VHS-tapes too). My brother got me the complete season 10 of The X-files for my birthday. Of course, I had no choice but to complete the collection, and get seasons 8 and 9 as well. And they, too. were on sale. Me thinks it may be time for another X-files re-watch.
So, this was my bounty. And I can barely wait for the big annual Swedish book sale that starts February 22nd. I'm already drooling like one of Pavlov's pooches just thinking about it.