Border's is closing a number of their stores. This new saddens me, but I figured I should take advantage of the deals while they're still open.
Finally bought Dragons of the Hourglass Mage by Weis and Hickman. This should be my last Dragonlance book for quite some time, as I am not interested in material by the other authors.
Decided to educate myself a bit, as well. Picked up Non-Euclidean Geometry by Stefan Kulczycki. So far, it hasn't been too heavy for me to digest, mostly explaining the history, and evolution, of geometry. I think I'm about to take a step off the cliff into a totally mind-blowing experience soon, I can feel the information getting thicker, but my brain just keeps eating it up.
And I found the Gamma World boxed set based on the D&D 4e rules. I was lucky enough to score a few sessions of Gamma World 1e, playing through the original Famine in Far Go; and found that I really enjoyed the setting and simple rules. This new GW is very shiny, with lots of bright green, purple and blue oozes and auras of various sort, but the whole Trading Card Game rules they threw into it annoy me.
Enjoy your books, everyone!