This week I finished Dead in the Family (Sookie Stackhouse #10) by Charlaine Harris, my second library book for April.
Earlier today it was a joy to participate in the #ReadingMyLibrary chat on Twitter. It was hosted by Stefani in conjunction with this Challenge. Samantha, Eden and Leah were the other major attendees.
This week’s topic:
Why you love libraries or why you love being a librarian.
One thing I took away from the #ReadingMyLibrary chat was about audio books. I forget about them and, in fact, don’t even know where they’re located in my local library. It’s great that the catalog is online and so easy to search. I found two audio books of interest to me:
Looking for Peyton Place by Barbara Delinsky
I watched that old television series from the sixties. It was possibly the first nighttime soap in the US and I was riveted. I must see what this book is about!
Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen is the other audio book which caught my eye, possibly because of the movie which I’ve heard of but not seen.
I love librarians because they are so anxious to assist. They’ll show me where to find the audio books in a flash!
I love libraries. It is always fun to browse when I have the time. Books, books and more books. What’s not to love?