Library Love is a recurring post in which I share each week’s bounty from my public libraries.
Another week without a trip to the local library, y’all – well, there was a quick in and out to pick up a reserved book, but that hardly counts. For shame, for shame. We’ve been busy with school and friends – lots of friends – and I’ve been getting a ton of reading in, too. I’ve read a lot of great books lately – keep your eyes peeled for the reviews. Here’s what I found at the online libraries this week:
- The One and Only by Emily Giffin
- China Dolls by Lisa See
- Nothing Gold Can Stay by Ron Rash
- Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne
- Rescue by Anita Shreve
- Little Wolves by Thomas Maltman
Emily Giffin is one of my old Chick Lit faves so I’m indebted to read The One and Only. China Dolls, set just before and during WWII, looks ever so intriguing. I loved the two Ron Rash novels that I’ve read previously, so I’m looking forward to his short story collection in Nothing Gold Can Stay. I’ve heard so many great things about Simplicity Parenting and am interested to see what it has to offer. I hit up my ever-growing TBR list for Rescue and Little Wolves, so I don’t remember why I was so excited to read them, but we’ll see what they’re all about after I read them – it’s kind of like opening a present; you don’t know exactly what you’re getting, but you know you’re more than likely going to enjoy it. Time for me to get my read on, y’all and for now… Happy Reading to you all!
Do you have a long TBR list, or do you try to keep it short and to the point?
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