I only watched Gilmore Girls this year, and I loved it, so when I discovered that Lauren Graham (who plays Lorelai) had written a book, I knew I wanted to read it. I added it to my "Want to Read" list on Goodreads, but I never thought I would find it so quickly!
It was $4.99, which is definitely on the pricier side for a book from Savers, but it is relatively new - plus, with Year in the Life coming out, it will most likely be on people's radars again. Not to mention that it's a hardback edition, which is currently unavailable on Book Depository, but is listed at a very steep $42.38. The $4.99 that I spent on it doesn't seem so bad anymore!
I can't find this exact edition on Book Depository or even the Dymocks website, so I'm just going to compare it to the most popular edition since they're both paperbacks and were only published a year apart. That edition is $11.20 on Book Depository, which isn't bad, but still not as good as the $2.49 that I spent!
I've also been wanting to read something by Zelda Fitzgerald ever since I fell in love with her husband's writing in The Great Gatsby. I've already read two books by Nick Hornby and I was left thoroughly unimpressed, but About A Boy was 'good enough' to be made into a movie, so maybe I'll like this one.
Family Guy basically goes against everything I stand for, but there's just little things about it that I like - such as Brian's love of literature, and Stewie in general is pretty funny - and both of these DVDs were only $3 each, so it's not like I spent heaps of money of it.